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.
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.
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.
Celebrating National Dog Day!! Children’s Communication Center, Inc. is fortunate to have three resident therapy assisting dogs-in-training. This Center and our family currently share our lives with Sora, age 9, our yellow lab, Max, age 8, our Golden Retriever, and Grace Callie “Gracie”, age 4, our Whoodle. All three joined our family from a rescue/humane societyRead More
Selective Mutism affects at least one child in every elementary school, usually begins between the ages of 3 to 5, and can impede academic achievement. It may restrict social communication interaction, thereby, leaving the child isolated from peers and limiting opportunities for childhood events, such as playground play or birthday parties. NEW intensive week-long programsRead More
The Center’s new web page is launched and I am gathering stories, quotes, words of wisdom, advice, ah-ha moments, trials and tribulations, and more (all which can be anonymous if you prefer) from parents, siblings, grandparents, other relatives, children who visited the Center when they were younger and are now teens or grown, volunteers, interns,Read More
August 11, 2015: Today’s Facebook Memories remind me that I launched the Children’s Communication Center’s Facebook page two years ago…time for a post! In understanding some of what parents, children & families experience when they are receiving SLP services, please read this post and hear from the parents, many who have stayed in touch for moreRead More
Welcome to Fall 2015! Wishing everyone a school year filled with new achievements! Together we can help each child be more successful & effective as a communicator, a young learner, a student, and a friend! We are currently accepting new families who would benefit from SLP services, with many options available. Appointments are available atRead More
The Department of Education’s NEW Guidance Will Ensure Speech-Language Pathology & Other Services are Available to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder Under IDEA, Parts B & C This Center is pleased to share this important information from the U.S. Department of Education (ED) which recently “…issued a new guidance to school systems nationwide recognizing the importanceRead More
“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