Speech Language Pathologists develop and improve skills related to articulation and phonology, childhood apraxia of speech, language, stuttering, auditory processing, social/pragmatic communication, voice, head injury/concussion related cognitive-communication disorders, and vocal cord disfunction (VCD/PVCM).
Occupational Therapists focus on the physical, cognitive, psychosocial and sensory components of performance. They provide support in activities that help access everyday life in order to promote physical and mental health and well-being. Occupational therapy practitioners focus on academics, play and leisure, social participation, and self-care skills (ADLs or Activities of Daily Living)
Physical therapists focus on enabling the student to participate in classroom activities, maintain and change positions in the classroom, as well as travel throughout the school environment safely—such as managing stairs, restrooms, playground, and lunchroom.
Interventions may include modifying the environment to maximize participation including adaptive seating and other equipment and educating staff on use of equipment and how to modify activities to facilitate independence and inclusion.
School Psychologists provide direct support and interventions to students; consult with teachers, families, and other school employed mental health professionals (i.e., school counselors, school social workers) to improve support strategies; work with school administrators to improve school-wide practices and policies; and collaborate with community providers to coordinate needed services.
Telepractice (aka teletherapy, online therapy) is a convenient, accessible, engaging method of delivering therapy services on a secure HIPPA compliant platform, utilizing a computer, webcam, and the internet. Telepractice is recognized and endorsed by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA).
We provide online special education and related services for 3-21. Our services include direct support and interventions to students; consult with teachers, families, and other school professionals by connecting live online, so that students can reach their IEP or MTSS goals.
Our SLP's provide therapy for adult patients, treating: Swallowing (dysphagia), cognition, voice, aphasia, and motor speech.
Children can receive articulation and phonology, childhood apraxia of speech, language, stuttering, auditory processing, social/pragmatic communication, and voice therapy.
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