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 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!

Summer Camps

Camp Chat 'n Chew
Campers will cook age-appropriate recipes while working on social skills, articulation skills, language skills, and much more! Join us for a delicious adventure into the world of food, fun, and language! Camp Chat 'n Chew is designed for children with speech-language challenges, sensory challenges, and/or attention challenges. Sessions are divided by grade level, and are limited to 8 children per session. Each session will be lead by a licensed, certified Speech-Language Pathologist and/or Occupational Therapist and a helper. Your child will learn a new recipe each day, along with practicing social skills (including manners), articulation skills, expressive language skills, receptive language skills, oral motor skills, sensory skills, and much more! Contact us for more information, or stop by our office for a flyer with all the details!

Picky Eaters Academy
Campers will participate in 3 hours of activities that will help them to develop a healthy relationship with food. Each day will consist of sensory activities to develop sensory skills required for tolerating textures; oral motor activities to develop necessary motor skills for chewing, swallowing, and drinking; food exploration activities; and a hierarchical introduction of proteins, starches, fruits, and vegetables. Your child will feel more comfortable tolerating, interacting with, tasting, and eating new foods! Contact us for more information, or stop by our office for a flyer with all the details!

Register for both camps for a full day of fun with food! Each camp is 3 hours long with a 30 minute break in-between for lunch. Campers must bring their own lunch if they plan to stay for both camps each day.

Art Classes

Art classes are offered for any child, at any ability level! Come let your child explore their senses, build confidence, enhance language, practice social skills, build motor skills, improve visual learning, and learn sensory awareness! Join us for fun art activities taught by Emily Soucia, an Art History graduate of Kennesaw State University. Classes are held on a monthly basis and cost includes: all art supplies, take-home masterpieces, and follow-up activities to facilitate learning.

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.

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