TELEPRACTICE SERVICES

The services we provide focus on a wide range of areas which help improve disorders in communication, that impact the ability to receive, send, process and comprehend concepts or verbal, nonverbal and graphic symbols. It may affect one's ability to speak, read, write, process information and interact socially.  Listed below are the areas we specialize in. We provide these services to classrooms, lunchrooms, playgrounds, media centers, communities, job training sites, homes,  preschools, therapy rooms, clinical settings, private practice and hospitals.

Speech, Sound/Articulation Disorder

An atypical production of speech sounds characterized by

  • Substitutions (tool/cool, wash/watch)

  • Omissions (sip/slip, boo/book)

  • Additions or distortions (lisps, wabbit/rabbit)

This disorder may interfere with intelligibility. Significant speech sound disorders impact a child’s self esteem, peer relationships,and ability to read, spell, and write accurately.

Language Disorders

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A language disorder is impaired comprehension and/or use of spoken,written,

and/or other symbol systems. The disorder may involve, in any combination,

  • The form of language (phonology, morphology, syntax);

  • The content of language (semantics); and/or

  • The function of language in communication (pragmatics).

Cognitive Disorders

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Cognitive disorders refers to difficulties with.

  • Attention

  • Memory

  • Problem solving and/or Executive functioning.

These symptoms may be the result of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) due to concussions and other head injuries.

Feeding and Swallowing Disorders

  • A feeding disorder includes difficulty getting food to the mouth, food

      selectivity, refusal, and/or difficulty with food textures or colors.

  • A swallowing disorder is difficulty managing foods/liquids once they

       are in the mouth.

  • Risks include malnutrition, dehydration, choking, and aspiration pneumonia.

  • This disorder is educationally relevant because children must be kept safe when eating and drinking in school.

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Fluency Disorders

  •  An interruption in the flow of speaking characterized by atypical rate, rhythm, and repetitions in sounds,  syllables, words, and phrases.

  • Prolonging, repeating, or blocking on sounds or words are typical signs of stuttering.

Voice Disorders

  • Abnormal production and/or absences of vocal quality, pitch, loudness, resonance, and/or duration, which is inappropriate for an individual’s age and/or sex gender.

  • Voice may sound hoarse, raspy, too soft, high pitched, or choppy.

Resonance Disorders

  • Abnormal production and/or absences of vocal quality, pitch, loudness, resonance, and/or duration, which is inappropriate for an individual’s age and/or sex gender.

  • Voice may sound hoarse, raspy, too soft, high pitched, or choppy.