Does your staff have the advanced skills needed to meet all the needs of your students with Speech, Hearing Loss or Augmentative/Alternative Communication needs?
Bring the expertise of an ASHA Certified Speech-Language Pathologist or Audiologist to your school!
When you add one of our Clinicians to your team you’ll be adding years of experience and expertise. All our clinicians are licensed in the state of New Jersey, have their ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competency and have a passion for their field. We have specialists in Apraxia, Autism, AAC, ASL, Aphasia, Stuttering, and Swallowing, all with experience actively participating with child study and share the desire to have every child succeed. Each of our clinicians have an area of specialty in addition to certifications such as LAMP, LSVT, and Hanen.
We can provide a full range of services including:
AAC Evaluations and Consultations
We conduct thorough evaluations gaining an understanding of all aspects of a student’s communication by including related services professionals, behavioralist and parents into our process. We believe such input is vital to ensure the best result for the student.
Comprehensive Speech and Language Evaluations and Consultations
We conduct detailed evaluations for speech and language. Including:
- Receptive/Expressive Language
- Auditory Processing Disorders
- Pragmatics (social language skills)
We provide therapy for a range of speech sound disorders, receptive-expressive language disorders as well as social communication deficits. We provide support for students with the following needs :
- Down Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Hearing Loss
- Executive Functioning
- Central Auditory Processing Disorder
- Developmental Delays
- Chromosomal Abnormalities
- Seizure Disorders
ASL Educational Interpreting
Our Sign language interpreters go through extensive training and are knowledgeable in Deaf concerns that go far beyond “knowing how to sign”. .Our team members collaborate with the Child Study teams to provide the best educational opportunity for the student.
Classroom/Student Aides with Skills in Sign Language
Our aides go through many classes of American Sign Language and Deaf culture to understand how to support younger children with basic knowledge in sign language. While they are not interpreters, they are able to support the students throughout the day understanding the routines of a classroom and provide language enriched environments to model / immerse more language.
Our Assistive Technology specialists work collaboratively with the student’s team to ensure he or she has access to their educational experience, access to their curriculum. The AT specialists assists in mapping out a plan to improve the student’s abilities in the classroom.
Our educational audiologist provides a customized consultative experience to ensure students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing can achieve the most out of their educational experiences. We provide on-site assessments, hearing aid checks and troubleshooting. We assess classroom layouts and strategize the most optimal way to provide the best educational experience for the student who is Deaf/Hard of Hearing. Our Educational Audiologist is always an email or phone call away to brainstorm and troubleshoot problems occurring in the classroom and or specifically with the student. We also work collaboratively with interpreters, speech language pathologists and teacher of the Deaf to ensure the student has optimal hearing and/or accommodations/modifications in all settings of their school experience.