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.
A formal evaluation of a child’s strengths and weaknesses in the areas of behavior, communication, and social skills. 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.
Social Skills Group
Designed to help children gain skills in social interaction, joint attention, turn-taking, problem solving, and how to handle challenges with social situations at school, home, and in the community.
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.