A quick, informal assessment of a child’s use and understanding of language, speech production, voice, and social skills. Screening is done to determine if skills are appropriate or whether a full diagnostic evaluation is needed. Hearing Screenings are also available.
Standardized assessment that evaluates a child’s strengths and weaknesses in the areas of auditory processing, receptive and expressive language, phonological processing, articulation, voice, fluency, and pragmatic functioning. It includes language samples. clinical observations, and review of medical family history.
Direct individualized treatment of communication impairments based on weaknesses indicated on a formal assessment.
Oral-Tethering (Tongue-Tie) Consult
Identification of oral tethered tissues and assessment of its impact on oral function. Includes report, recommendations, and referral if warranted.
A quick test that uses pure tones delivered through earphones to see how well you hear different sounds. You either pass or fail the screening. If you pass, you do not need to do anything else. If you fail, you may need more testing to see if you have a hearing loss.