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 Blog

Temper Tantrum or Meltdown?!

TANTRUMS AND MELTDOWNS ARE NOT THE SAME ~ Learn how to distinguish between a tantrum (angry/frustrated) and meltdown (reaction to feeling overwhelmed) by reviewing the chart. The KEY is learning to identify the “triggers and signs” and intervene BEFORE your child starts reacting & help him/her move toward a more positive resolution. To Learn More Read

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Early Social Skills Lead to Later Life Successes!

EARLY SOCIAL SKILLS LEAD TO LATER LIFE SUCCESSES ~ From the PBS NewsHour, 07/16/15, “A new study says keeping more children on track to high school graduation, a full-time job and out of the criminal justice system could start in kindergarten…researchers tracked more than 700 children from kindergarten to age 25. They found students’ social

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Pets, Children, Communication & Social Skills!

PETS ARE NON-JUDGEMENTAL… are considered good listeners and easy to talk to, easier it seems than siblings. Earlier studies have demonstrated that pets can help children with autism develop important social skills, especially when the pet is a dog. Studies show that children who have consistent experience interacting with dogs are more likely to succeed

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YaYa’s in the Kitchen Recipe #2!

Key Lime Bars with Shortbread Crust are perfect for these sweltering summer days! Enjoy, YaYa

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Choosing a School?!

CHOOSING A SCHOOL ~ Let the challenge begin. What is best? The neighborhood, charter, magnet, private, virtual or home school? The options continue to grow, this article from Understood.org will help you understand the strengths and concerns for each type/style of educational setting and may make your decision easier. Of course, as your child grows,

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Sadness for Nintendo, the Industry & the Public 

Do you have a Nintendo product in your home? Maybe a DS or a Wii console? Do your grand/children play video games? Then, you should know this: Satoru Iwata, President & CEO of Nintendo, passed away this week at the age of 55. His philosophy was summarized in his keynote speech at the Game Developers

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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