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.
HAPPY NEW YEAR WISHES FOR 2016! We are thankful for the opportunity to welcome new families & continue with our current families as we enter 2016 together at this Center focusing on Speech-Language Pathology & related concerns. We wish each family a year filled with positive moments as you travel the path from challenges to successes. After nearly 37Read More
Children’s Communication Center is pleased to support & contribute to all the important efforts of the “Tallahassee Walk For Children With Apraxia of Speech 2015″ The walk is scheduled for this Saturday, September 26th at Lake Ella. Registration begins at 8:00 AM and the Walk begins at 10:00 AM. Contact Tabatha Rackley, Walk Coordinator @ 850.544.0216Read More
Welcoming Mackenzie & Dana! Lori Savage Grayson, Founder & Director of Children’s Communication Center, Inc., is thrilled to welcome two undergraduate Florida State University students who are eager to “work” at this Center as volunteers! Ms. Grayson looks forward to their time at this Center as they each pursue their interest in becoming a pediatric Speech-LanguageRead More
The Most Anticipated Moment… The most anticipated moment for a parent is the sound of a child’s first words. But what if the words are delayed, jumbled or seem as if they will never come at all? Even young children should be able to communicate their needs & wants. Although the stages they pass throughRead More
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
“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