Speech/Language Therapy – Focuses on listening skills, language comprehension, verbal expression, speech production, phonological awareness, auditory processing and the very important social use of language. Many of our Speech/Language Pathologists are also specially trained in feeding disorders.

Kids

Our Staff consists of Speech/Language Pathologist with Masters Degrees and all therapists have or are completing their Clinical Fellowship year in order to obtain the national gold standard – the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC).  The company is owned and founded by a Speech/Language Pathologist with over 35 years of experience.

Breadth and Depth:  Our staff is as diverse as the families we see.  We are proud to have a graduate of Gallaudet leading our Hearing Impaired services.  Our lead therapists are from top rated Universities and have been with the Clubhouse for as many as 11 years.  Across our large staff, we have highly specialized expertise in the areas of:

  • Apraxia
  • Autism
  • Feeding Disturbances
  • Social Language Impairments
  • Deaf/Hard of Hearing
  • Reading Disorders
  • Language Delays
  • Phonological Impairments
  • Speech impairments ranging from Articulation errors to more involved disorders
  • Voice disorders
  • Arabic and Spanish Bilingual Evaluations

Group or Individual Therapy:  Each child is different, and we will recommend the right type of intervention at the right time.  Some of our groups include:

Feeding “The Snack Pack” Group

There are picky eaters, and then there are PICKY EATERS!! Parents are often distressed by finicky eating, especially when it starts to interfere with nutrition. Sometimes, feeding problems are the result of sensory or motor-based feeding issues. This group meets in our bright and cheerful “Clubhouse Café,” where Speech Pathologists and/or Occupational Therapists maximize the positive influence of peers to help children develop all new eating habits.

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The Social Think Tanks (Groups for ages 5-18)

WHAT IS SOCIAL THINKING?

“Social Thinking” is a term coined by Michelle Garcia Winner which describes the ability to consider your own and others’ thoughts, emotions, beliefs, intentions, knowledge, and experiences to help interpret and respond to the information in your mind through your social behavioral interactions. Basically, social thinking is the way people figure out how to ‘share space’ with others whether they are interacting or not.

Our Social Think Tanks are tailored to teach kids the “Why?” of social interactions…. not just “How” to interact and “what” to say. There is a direct relationship between maturity in social learning and the critical thinking used in classrooms, homes, playgrounds, and in the core curriculum requirements for academic learning.

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Reading rocks!

Speech/Language Pathologists are highly trained to diagnose and treat many of the fundamental difficulties that result in reading difficulties.  “Practice” alone does not result in improvement when children are struggling due to an underlying deficit in phonology or language. We take off where the regular classroom curriculum ends and dig deeper into the root cause – and cure – of the reading disorder.   Free screenings are provided.

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Chatter Club

Speech and language set in play, with theme-based classes that focus on increasing expressive communication and sound production.    Ages 2-8;

Free screenings are always available if you are unsure if your child should be evaluated. Give us a call – we’re here to help.

Contact Us

AMERICAN SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATION
www.asha.org