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Speech Services

SERVICES | SPECIALTY PROGRAMSAdult Services for Standard English Training | Aphasia Boot Camp | Aphasia Programs | Augmentative and Alternative Communication | Bilingual Services | Community Speech, Language, & Hearing Screenings | Hanen It Takes Two to Talk | Language Learning Lab (LLL) | Language Literacy InterventionProcessing Clinic | Selective Mutism | Stuttering | Social Skills | Swallowing Disorders | Tiger Pals (Preschoolers Acquiring Language Skills) | Gender-Affirming Voice Therapy | Clinical Voice and Vocal Health | Intensive Summer Reading Program

Evaluation is the first step. A full range of speech and language diagnostic services is available for infants through adults.

Speech-Language Therapy Services are available for individuals diagnosed with a speech, language, swallowing disorder, or a speech/voice difference they wish to address. Sessions can be individual or in a group. Treatment goals are created specifically with the client and family in mind, and the sessions are scheduled at a frequency that best suits the client's needs. If a recent evaluation from another agency is available, individuals can enroll in therapy directly. Currently, sessions can be in person or online.

A program for individuals with international accents or regional dialects who want to increase their proficiency in speaking Standard American English (SAE).
A four-week intensive program in June. This affordable experience is a combination of individual, group, and computer therapy and is tailor-made for each person's interests and needs.
Three groups meet once a week in the fall and spring semesters. Book Club | Computer Literacy | Confidently Speaking
For individuals with complex communication needs who may benefit from using different communication methods, such as pictures or a device.
Blilingual Services
In-person evaluations and treatment services for individuals who speech Spanish are available. Services in other languages require an interpreter. Please advise the receptionist that an interpreter will be needed.
Community Speech, Language, & Hearing Screenings
Screening is a way to determine if a young child is developing speech and language skills as expected for his/her age. To arrange for screenings at your school or facility, contact Justine Springs.
It Takes Two to Talk® - The Hanen Program® 
It Takes Two to Talk is a parent-implemented, early language intervention program in which parents learn how to become their child’s primary language facilitator. This program is an evidence-based program for young children (ages 0-5) with language delays where parents are coached on how to interact, play, and talk to their children.   
This program is for adults with intellectual disabilities who wish to improve their reading, writing and social communication skills.
Language Literacy Intervention
For individuals who struggle academically and may have difficulty with reading, writing, spelling, or executive functions.
Processing Clinic
This is a clinic involving both audiology and speech-language pathology to assess individuals who have difficulty processing, learning, or remembering information despite having typical intellectual abilities.
Selective Mutism
For children who speak in certain situations and settings, but unable to speak in others.
We provide services for young children, school-age children and adults who stutter in a supportive and trusting environment. Stuttering Support Group
Social Skills Group
For children in K-5th grades. Small group and individual therapy sessions focusing on social interaction, play, and conversational abilities using the Total Communication approach. 
Swallowing problems can result from strokes or other neurological diseases, as well as cancers of the head, neck, and mouth. A instrumental swallow study and physician referral are required before treatment.
Tiger Pals (Preschoolers Acquiring Language Skills)
An intensive program using the Total Communication approach for preschool aged children with speech and language disorders. Most children participate in a combination of group and individual sessions.
Services are available to individuals who want to develop a voice consistent with their gender identity. Our clinicians provide a safe place to explore possibilities and achieve a new voice.
Voice issues can be due to a medical condition or vocal habits. The problem can be organic or functional. Our clinicians focus on helping individuals heal and achieve their voice goals.
For children K-5 who are not reading at grade level or who have difficulty decoding individual words, spelling, reading fluency, or reading comprehension.