Communication challenges can keep you from reaching your full academic, social, and work-related potential. We can help with academic and vocational challenges including difficulties with reading, writing, note-taking, following classroom instructions, giving presentations, making friendships, getting along and fitting in with peers and colleagues.Our highly skilled and longstanding team of Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) offers direct assessment and treatment in the following areas of communication:

· Comprehension or understanding

· Verbal Expression or use of language

· Articulation (speech sounds) and Speech Clarity

· Literacy (reading and writing)

· Voice

· Resonance

· Social Language Skills

· Fluency (stuttering or cluttering)

· Cognitive-Communication

These challenges may stand alone or may be secondary to a diagnosis such as Acquired Brain Injury, Autism, ADHD, or Learning Disability. 

After completing an initial assessment, the SLP will develop an intervention plan tailored to your unique communication and/or learning profile. In addition to individualized treatment sessions, we also consult with teachers, parents, and other professionals involved (e.g. Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Psychologists, etc). Therapy may be one-on-one, or in a small group setting depending on your specific needs and preferences.

Who We Help