Our Services

Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers & School Age Children

Offering comprehensive SLP services for speech, language, learning, and social communication concerns focusing on each child and family, including “Show & Tell” an early communication opportunity for child and parent(s) facilitating natural gestures, sign language & social interaction.

Tweens & Young Teens

Offering comprehensive SLP services, including a focus on language-learning skills for reading comprehension, spelling and writing, enhancing vocabulary, bolstering study and organizational skills, developing skills for success in the classroom and strengthening social interaction for positive peer relations.

Older Teens & Adults

Offering comprehensive SLP services as well as a separate services for those without a communication disorder, but with communication needs. This is offered through Corporate Speech & Communication Services and focuses on social communication interaction, interview techniques, cover letter & resume writing, accent modification public speaking and related skills.

Latest Post

Take Your Parents to the Playground Day is HERE!

Celebrating Language, Literacy & Learning… Jo

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Community Partner Share: Storyteller, Shelley Harshbarger

Storytelling… Each month this Center chooses a Co

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YaYa’s in the Kitchen: YoYo’s Cinnamon Rolls

You know how there are mornings when you wake up and j

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A Day in the Life of This SLP: Memorable

  It is impossible to go a day without recalling a

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Barking Blog: Hurricane Information & Pets

After sharing our post on how to prepare and help chi

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YaYa’s in the Kitchen: Summer Berry Crisp

 Crisp…Crumble…Cobbler…Definitions may vary, but

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YaYa’s in the Kitchen: Key Lime Bars with Shortbread Crust

CELEBRATING SUMMER! As promised, I will be sharing rec

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YaYa’s in the Kitchen: Blueberry Chocolate Chip Brownies with Ganache

This recipe was the unofficial first entry of my YaYa

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YaYa’s in the Kitchen: Banana Cake Meets Three Chocolates

CELEBRATING SUMMER TRANSITIONS INTO CELEBRATING FALL! A

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YaYa’s in the Kitchen: Who, What, Where, When, Why & How

This is the first installment of Celebrating Summer 201

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A Day in the Life of This SLP: Reflective

This morning a Facebook memory appeared as I scrolled t

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Good-Bye, FSU Summer Volunteers

Where did the summer go? It seems that Haley, Hope, and

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A Day in the Life of This SLP: Kindness

July 20, 2016 Today, as I worked with some of my frie

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Pledge that “It Can Wait”

Consider this a Public Service Announcement (PSA) of so

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Back to School: The NEW Kindergarten Means “More Testing, Less Play”

Anyone remember half day Kindergarten? Anyone remember

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For the Love of Our Children, ASK

June 21, 2016 Q: ASK what? A: Today is Asking Saves Kid

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A Day in the Life of This SLP: Challenging

June 13, 2016 How to talk to our children about the new

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Welcome, FSU Summer Volunteers!

This summer, the Children’s Communication Center welc

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Better Hearing & Speech Month – Capital City Pedicabs Interview

 May 2016 Thank you to Mike Goldstein of Capital City

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Grandparents Want to Know…

BHSM, Day 17, 2016 Each week, friends of mine who are n

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I AM A MOTIVATOR

Better Hearing & Speech Month, May 15, 2016 Challen

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A Day in the Life of This SLP: This is Why We Walk…

             Children’s Communication Center

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Happy New Year 2016!

HAPPY NEW YEAR WISHES FOR 2016! We are thankful for the

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Walk for Children with Apraxia of Speech

Children’s Communication Center is pleased to sup

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Welcoming Our Volunteers!

  Welcoming Mackenzie & Dana! Lori Savage Grayson

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Our Children May Lose Their Hearing Before Us!

This is REAL. Our children may be the first generation

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The Most Anticipated Moment…

The Most Anticipated Moment… The most anticipated

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Celebrating National Dog Day!

Celebrating National Dog Day!! Children’s Communi

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The Silent Child & Selective Mutism

Selective Mutism affects at least one child in every el

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Calling All Alum Families, Staff & Friends!

The Center’s new web page is launched and I am ga

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Temper Tantrum or Meltdown?!

TANTRUMS AND MELTDOWNS ARE NOT THE SAME ~ Learn how to

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Early Social Skills Lead to Later Life Successes!

EARLY SOCIAL SKILLS LEAD TO LATER LIFE SUCCESSES ~ From

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Pets, Children, Communication & Social Skills!

PETS ARE NON-JUDGEMENTAL… are considered good lis

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YaYa’s in the Kitchen Recipe #2!

Key Lime Bars with Shortbread Crust are perfect for the

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Choosing a School?!

CHOOSING A SCHOOL ~ Let the challenge begin. What is be

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Sadness for Nintendo, the Industry & the Public 

July 16, 2015 Do you have a Nintendo product in your ho

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Introducing:YaYa’s in the Kitchen

YaYa, that’s me! No, I am not Greek, but when cho

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Our Web Page in the Making

“Patience is a virtue” and one that fares w

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“No child is too young , an adult too old, or a concern too small that an evaluation or consultation would not be beneficial if a Speech-Language Pathology or related problem appears present.” LSG