Autism – work on a wide range of social and communication skills including: Non-verbal communication (gestural, PECS, AAC, speech, pragmatics, Social conversation, joint attention, concepts and figurative language.

Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) – move through a progression of levels to impact motor planning at the syllable level to formulate words.

Language Therapy – Work in line with Common Core initiatives, enhance one’s ability to understand, learn, and communicate thoughts, feelings and ideas in a variety of contexts (school, work, social settings)

Stuttering Therapy- focus primarily on cognitive-behavioral techniques insure involvement.

Hearing Impaired – Auditory Verbal Approach to teach how to use residual hearing so that access to spoken language optimized

Infant Swallowing – promote clinical and educational services (diagnosis, assessment, planning, and treatment), prevention, advocacy, education, and administration of safe swallowing practices the purposes of nutrition and hydration.

Voice Disorder Therapy – After a medical examination to improve vocal resonance disorders due to hyper nasality and vocal abuse.

Auditory Processing – work to improve the clarity of language to children (HI, APD, Add, LD) with normal hearing but having difficulty processing information in classrooms with high and reverberating noise levels.

Oral Motor Feeding – Enhance sucking and swallowing by infants, the control needed for speech development a lazy talker, picky or messy eater, drooling, bruxism (tooth grinding) and gagging may also be addressed.

Literacy – Focus in line with Common Core initiatives, apply strategies to improve the ability to read, write, speak, compute and solve problems at levels of proficiency necessary to function in school, on the job, and in society, to achieve one’s goals, and to develop one’s knowledge and potential


Traumatic Brain Injuries ( TBI) –Work with returning veterans, accident survivors to enhance cognition, memory, social, and communication skills in preparation reintegration to home, community, and the workplace

Elder Care- work with families to provide safe and comfortable care to seniors as individuals and groups Stroke Rehabilitation Swallowing Consultation and Rehabilitation Cognitive Stimulation Safety

Parkinson’s Voice Therapy – Use “Speak Out” therapy to give voice back to adults with Parkinson’s Disease.

Accent Reduction – Work with businesses and individual clients for the purposes of job interviews, sales performance, self-esteem building and more.

Parenting Workshops – In-service, consult, and counsel on a wide variety of topics that include: Reading and Literacy, Infant Feeding, Communications, Stimulating Language, interpreting data, etc.

Elder Care – Contribute to the overall quality of life of patients nearing end of life. Work with swallowing, memory and other cognitive domains (e.g., language, judgment, abstract thinking, and executive functioning) that may interfere with quality of life, social and occupational functioning. Here service is facilitative not rehabilitative

English as a Second/Foreign Language FL/TESOL – Cater to companies or individual adults who speak a language other than English and are relocating for business, attend school, extended travel, or learn job specific material