Speech-Language Services

Speech-Language Preschool Screenings

Call today to schedule a screening at your preschool!

Comprehensive Evaluations​

Articulation Disorders - Atypical production of speech sounds that may interfere with intelligibility; may include oral motor impairments and/or phonological processing deficits.

Oral Motor Impairments/Weaknesses

Feeding/Picky Eaters/Problem Feeders - Poor weight gain, choking/gagging/coughing during meals, food/texture aversions, food/texture avoidances, etc.

Receptive and/or Expressive Language Disorders - Impaired comprehension (understood) and/or expression (spoken) skills.

Voice Disorders - Aphonia (absence of voice) or the abnormal production of vocal quality, pitch, loudness, resonance, and/or duration.

Fluency Disorders - An interruption in the flow of speaking (stuttering, cluttering).

Occupational Therapy Services

Occupational Therapy helps children gain independence and promotes development of fine motor skills, sensory motor skills, and visual motor skills that children need to function and socialize in their home, school, play, and community environments. In the case of an injury or debilitating illness, services focus on rehabilitating children, allowing them to return to their daily routines at their highest level of function.

Children may benefit from pediatric occupational therapy for:

  • Self-care skills including feeding, dressing, and grooming
  • Hand strengthening and coordination skills required for activities such as cutting with scissors, coloring, and writing, buttoning, using feeding utensils, etc.
  • Sensory-motor processing and integration
  • Upper extremity (shoulder, arm and hand) splinting & serial casting
  • Recommendation, training, and use of adaptive equipment
  • Neuro-developmental treatment
  • Visual motor and handwriting skills
  • Pain management
  • Pelvic floor rehabilitation for urinary incontinence
  • Wheelchair and equipment evaluation

Other Services

Hearing Screenings

We offer in-house hearing screenings conducted by one of our certified Speech Language Pathologists. A hearing screening evaluates a person’s ability to hear by measuring the ability of sound to travel through the hearing nerves to the brain. Hearing screenings help determine if there is a possible temporary or permanent hearing loss. The screening is typically a hand raising game an audiologist or certified Speech Language Pathologist administers in approximately 10 minutes. Most screening tools yield a “pass” or “did not pass” if there are soft sounds that are not heard. If a child did not pass the screening, a comprehensive full hearing test is typically recommended. Normal hearing in children is important for normal language development. If a child has hearing problems, it can cause problems with their ability to learn, speak, or understand language. Many insurance companies require up-to-date hearing screenings in order to authorize services.

Reading Programs​

Reading with TLC
The Reading with TLC program is research-based and clinically proven since 1990 to quickly close gaps in phonemic awareness, phonics, and sight word skills. Reading with TLC: is consistently proven to yield an average of 1 ½ - 3 years gains within several months; is aligned with the Common Core State Standards and Response to Intervention initiatives; reaches all kinds of learners using emotion, art, imagery, music, humorous stories, and mouth/hand cues; an intervention program for students of ALL ages- Yes, even ADULTS! FREE screenings available! Visit for more information about this wonderful program and to see it in action!

All About Reading Program
All About Reading is a fun and engaging program that has everything your child needs to become a fluent reader for life! This is an Orton-Gillingham based program that uses a multi-sensory approach to reading. There are no gaps in this program. Your child will be taught everything he or she needs to know about reading, so no guessing is required. Each new concept builds upon the previous one, and no steps are skipped. There are five key components of reading—and this program teaches all of them thoroughly. These five components are:

  1. Phonological Awareness
  2. Phonics and Decoding
  3. Fluency
  4. Vocabulary
  5. Comprehension

All About Reading consists of Pre-reading and Levels 1-4. It teaches all key components of reading in a fun and engaging way. Your child will be given a quick placement test to see which level is best for them.

All About Spelling Program
All About Spelling is a seven level program. Based on the latest research, this award-winning program provides complete and comprehensive instruction using the Orton-Gillingham approach. Powerful teaching methods are at the center of All About Spelling.

  • Multi-sensory approach makes it easy for kids to understand.
  • Built-in review system helps learning stick.
  • Kids look forward to spelling lessons because of the motivating, hands-on activities.
  • This mastery-based, building block program works with kids who have learning disabilities as well as those who do not.

Your child will be given a quick placement test to see which level is best for them; however All About Spelling is a building block program–each level builds upon the previous one. The rules and concepts learned in Level 1 are applied in Level 2, and then those are applied in Level 3, and so on. For this reason, we recommend that most children start with Level 1. Since AAS is mastery-based, the level numbers do not correspond to grade levels. For example, Level 1 doesn't have to be completed in first grade.

The Intensive Phonological Awareness Program
"The Intensive Phonological Awareness Program (IPA) is a systematic, comprehensive, and intensive small group intervention designed for kindergarten and first-grade children who have minimal or no phonological awareness ability. It builds a foundation of phonological awareness critical for developing initial proficiency in decoding and spelling." This program is combined with the All About Reading Program, creating an intensive and individualized program for each child.

Summer Camps

Summer Camps offered in June and July, check the Upcoming Events page or our Facebook page for up to date information on camp offerings.

Zen Friends Kid's Yoga

Kids will love our music filled yoga classes! Each class focuses on strength, coordination, relaxation, mindfulness, socialization, and more! Kids will learn to manage stress, build concentration, increase confidence, develop a positive self-image, and feel part of a healthy non-competitive group. Each class will follow a lesson plan, target specific skills, and incorporate music and/or stories related to the daily theme.

Music Therapy

Music Therapy is an evidence-based discipline that can benefit a variety of populations, including children and adults with disabilities (both in private practice and school settings), patients of all ages in medical or mental health settings, older adults in long term care, infants in neonatal intensive care, patients in hospice, and everything in between. Clients are assessed to determine clinical goals and music-based interventions are designed to meet those goals- with music, the sky is the limit! No musical background is necessary to benefit from music therapy: interventions are designed to meet the client where they are and help them grow. For more information on the field of music therapy and how your child can benefit from music therapy sessions, visit the American Music Therapy Association website at Kimbridge Music Therapy:

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