Teletherapy is an effective, convenient, and treatment method for many people. We currently offer one-on-one speech, language, and reading services to clients of all ages via teletherapy. Our services are engaging, reliable, affordable, and fun! Online speech and language therapy is similar to face-to-face sessions and we use HIPPA-compliant high-resolution live video conferencing.
Receptive language includes understanding what you hear, read, and observe. Main areas of receptive language are understanding questions, understanding vocabulary, following directions, understanding non-verbal language, and understanding all types of communication around you.
Expressive language therapy focuses on improving your ability to express your thoughts, needs, and ideas effectively. Main areas of expressing language are answering questions, making comments, sharing experiences, and using appropriate grammar and vocabulary.
Social skills are essential for positive and effective communication. Whether you are a teenager trying to fit in at school or an adult struggling in the workplace, we have solutions for you. We help with reading situations, understanding non-verbal language (gestures, body language, facial expressions, etc), non-literal language (sarcasm, jokes, idioms, inferences, “reading between the lines”, etc.), and making and keeping friendships.
Communication is complicated. Most social misunderstandings stem from struggling to understand the problem, or another person’s perspective and motivations. Many people with language difficulties have struggles understanding expectations, causes of problems, and finding plausible solutions. We offer help with solving real-life language based problems for people of all ages.
People with ADHD, autism, neurological impairments (such as stroke, Alzheimer’s, dementia) and learning difficulties often have executive functioning difficulties. Our therapy includes identifying challenges, planning, organizing, completing tasks, coaching and compensatory strategies to help you find the success you need.
We help clients regain their communication skills and independence in their everyday living activities. We offer language based rehabilitation treatment plans for people with recent and recovering strokes.
Communication skills can be hugely impacted by progressive neurological diseases and disorders of the brain. Brain tumors, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease are some of the areas we treat. We want you to maintain and improve your communication skills and live the beautiful life you deserve.
Whether you are having difficulties with processing information, word finding, memory, or functional communication skills, we can help you build your communication skills to participate fully in your life.
English as a Second Language ...and more.
Our clients come from diverse and unique backgrounds. Whether you are new to English or wanting to improve your English, we offer services to help with spoken and written language.
Brain injuries can occur at any age and treatment may be needed for cognition, communication, memory, and problem solving. We can help you with your rehabilitation needs to improve your
communication skills and quality of life.
... And More
We understand that language is complex and changes throughout the lifespan. We can help you find solutions to all of your language needs.
We help with childhood articulation and phonological disorders as well as adult speech articulation and clarity. What you say matters and we want to help you speak as clearly as possible.
Stuttering can impact communication confidence and success. Speech fluency is related to smoothness, rhythm, and rate of speech. We use a whole approach to stuttering that includes changing speech patterns, managing emotions related to stuttering, and carrying over speech fluency techniques into your everyday speech.
Voice therapy can be effective in learning new vocal behaviors to improve vocal health and quality. We also work with patients who are modifying their voice due to gender transition.
You may need speech therapy to regain speech skills to improve your communication. Dysarthria therapy includes learning ways to adjust speech rate, increase breath support, strengthen muscles, and
improve speech clarity.
Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders
Orofacial Myofunctional disorders can be related to thumb sucking and disorders of the mouth and face. We offer help to people trying to eliminate thumb sucking, improve the resting posture of their tongue, and modify their swallowing patterns.
We can help with building stronger communication skills that help reduce anxiety and increase confidence with public speaking. Public speaking coaching can include learning articulation strategies, vocal tone changes, body posture, gestures, and other ways to engage your audience.
It can be difficult to change your accent on your own. We can help you reduce or modify your accent for clearer personal and professional communication.
Dyslexia, a language based learning difference, impacts 1 in 5 people. We understand dyslexia and provide treatment with phonological awareness, decoding, reading comprehension, and more while celebrating the unique gifts of neurodiversity.
Dysgraphia can make it difficult to spell and translate your ideas into written language. We provide treatment in language organization and processing to help people with dysgraphia.
Our written language therapy encourages the relationship between spoken and written language. We can help you improve your organization, grammar, revising, and editing in written language.
Many people with reading and spelling difficulties have deficits in phonological awareness. Research shows that a strong phonological awareness and reading abilities are correlated. Phonological awareness treatment involves word awareness, rhyme and alliteration, segmenting words, blending words, etc.
Reading comprehension is imperative for all ages of life. We help children, teenagers, and adults reach their full potential in understanding written language.