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We are experienced diagnosticians in the areas of Speech and Language Skills for children and young adults. Based on your child’s needs, we will use standardized speech and language tests as well as less formal assessment measures to capture the essence of your child’s speech, language and communication profile. 

Our comprehensive evaluation procedure is conducted over the course of 2-3 sessions and begins with a thorough examination of your child’s speech and language development. We are experienced in our ability to provide a comprehensive evaluation report for you to share with your school or related professionals. Our evaluation report provides a clear and detailed summary of your child’s strengths and weaknesses with specific goal areas you can target in therapy. We feel strongly that the report provide speech, language and communication skill advocacy for your child.  The advocacy comes in the form of a substantial recommendation section of the report. When appropriate for the child we will make recommendations specific to; school placement, classroom size, teacher/therapist experience/training, frequency and duration of therapy, the potential need for additional classes/enrichment opportunities and specific goals and objectives for speech and language therapy.

To prepare for an evaluation we will need the following from you:

  1.  A short video of less than 5 minutes that highlights the speech or language concerns you have. (more video may be requested of you in time)

  2. A scanned/emailed copy of any pertinent and current (within the last year) clinical reports that will help us to understand your child.  (Neuropsych reports, OT, PT, SLP progress reports or evaluations, IEP, most recent report card)

Alternative to a comprehensive evaluation, we conduct mini-assessments, that enable us to gather just-enough information to begin therapy. This is a popular choice for those who want to get therapy started immediately.   

We are experienced evaluating:

  1. General Receptive and Expressive Language Delays and Disorders

  2. Speech, Language and Communication Disorders, secondary to Autism Spectrum Disorder

  3. Speech Sound Delays and Disorders -Articulation Delay, Phonological Disorder, Apraxia of Speech

  4. Social Communication Disorder

  5. Phonological Awareness and Pre-Literacy Skills

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