Our experienced staff focuses on thorough assessment and a carefully crafted treatment plan that is tailored to your child’s needs. We are committed to providing effective therapy and educational services in an engaging and fun environment. Our team includes Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, reading specialists, and intervention specialists.

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are highly trained professionals who specialize in assessing, diagnosing, and treating communication and swallowing disorders. In their practice, SLPs work with individuals of all ages and backgrounds, helping them improve their ability to communicate effectively and participate fully in social and academic settings.

Our SLPs recognize that communication disorders are not simply deficits to be remediated but are complex manifestations of individual differences in neurological processing. They take a strengths-based approach, focusing on identifying and building upon each individual’s unique communication strengths and abilities. By tailoring assessment and intervention strategies to the specific needs and preferences of each client, our SLPs empower individuals to communicate in ways that are authentic, meaningful, and fulfilling.

Our occupational therapists collaborate closely with clients to identify their goals, preferences, and areas of need. They design personalized interventions and accommodations that empower clients to participate fully in meaningful activities and occupations, whether at home, school, work, or in the community. These interventions may include sensory integration therapy, adaptive equipment and assistive technology, environmental modifications, and skill-building exercises tailored to the individual’s specific needs and interests.

In addition to providing direct therapy services, neurodiversity-affirming occupational therapists advocate for inclusive environments and policies that honor and support neurodivergent individuals. They work collaboratively with families and educators to promote understanding, accessibility, and acceptance for all individuals, regardless of their neurological differences.

Feeding therapists play a crucial role in supporting children and individuals who may experience difficulties with eating, drinking, or swallowing. These specialized speech therapists work with children of all ages who may have challenges related to feeding and swallowing.

Feeding therapists assess and address a wide range of issues, including oral motor difficulties, sensory sensitivities, aversions to certain textures or tastes, reflux, and developmental delays impacting feeding skills. They conduct thorough evaluations to identify underlying causes of feeding difficulties and develop tailored treatment plans to address these issues.

Treatment may involve a variety of techniques and strategies, such as oral motor exercises, sensory integration techniques, food chaining (gradual exposure to new foods), and behavioral interventions. Feeding therapists work closely with individuals and their families to implement strategies that promote safe and enjoyable mealtimes, improve nutritional intake, and support overall health and well-being.

Our reading specialists work closely with students of all ages and abilities, providing personalized assessment, instruction, and intervention to help them become confident and proficient readers. Whether it’s decoding skills, fluency, comprehension, or phonological awareness, our specialists utilize evidence-based strategies to address each child’s unique strengths and challenges.

With a focus on building foundational literacy skills and fostering a love of reading, a reading specialist collaborates with families and educators to create engaging and effective learning experiences through one-on-one sessions and targeted interventions to unlock the joy and power of literacy.

Intervention specialists collaborate closely with families, educators, and other therapists to develop individualized education plans that address academic, behavioral, and social-emotional goals. With a deep understanding of diverse learning styles and neurodiversity, our intervention specialists strive to create inclusive learning environments where every child can thrive.

Whether they are adapting curriculum materials, providing targeted instruction, or implementing behavior management strategies, our intervention specialists are committed to empowering children to reach their full potential through compassionate guidance and evidence-based practices.