Evaluation and therapy for children and adults with
communications disorders including:
• Infant Stimulation (0-3 years)
• Language Disability
• CAPD (Central Auditory Processing Disorder)
• Cleft Palate
Formal assessment of communication skills
Telepractice is available for those families who request it.
To participate, the family is responsible for setting up access
to a computer with webcam and high speed internet service. Also,
the family is responsible for providing an adult e-helper (can
be the parent) to sit with their child to facilitate compliance.
Prior to each therapy session, the therapist will email the
goals for the upcoming sessions and materials that the family
should have nearby. You will be expected to be available and
ready to begin (materials and child near the computer) at the
time scheduled for our appointment.
During each session, the
itinerary will be as follows:
- Review the past week’s
work/progress or any questions the family has for the
- Begin working on the goals
for the current session.
- Review the goals for the week ahead and answer any
questions the parent/E-Helper might have.
Traditional hourly fees apply and
payment for sessions should be mailed to our facility in advance
of your scheduled session. If payment is delinquent, future
sessions will be cancelled until the account is current. Please
call our office at 817-460-0378 for specific billing information
FAST FORWORD® FAMILY OF PRODUCTS
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plasticity. By exercising processing skills through intensive,
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These physical changes to the brain can result in changes to our
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provide an optimal foundation for learning and reading success.
Reading Assistant™, the newest
addition to the family of products, can be used to increase oral
fluency articulatory accuracy, and reading fluency. On and
offsite protocols are available based on appropriateness.
CONSULTATION / IN SERVICE TRAINING
Consultation with local programs and/or professionals to
offer ideas on creating appropriate speech/language and auditory
goals for hearing impaired students, integrating auditory goals
into established programs, and/or establishing auditory/verbal
THERAPY/COCHLEAR IMPLANT REHABILITATION
Regular sessions to establish and improve language,
listening and/or speech skills
INITIAL CONSULTATION WITH PARENT OF
A meeting with the parent(s) to discuss any questions that
may have arisen since diagnosis
Topics that might be discussed:
• terminology related to testing and/or
• amplification and /or daily hearing aid check
• educational/training options
• local/state/national support organizations and how to
• networking with another parent of hearing impaired child
• treatment options available through this office.