Traditional Clinic Speech 


We offer speech and language assessments and intervention services for all ages.

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Syndromes
  • Accent Reduction
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Early Intervention-receptive and expressive language disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Apraxia
  • Stuttering
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Assessments and Interventions

Our services are geared to meet the individual needs specific to each patient.

Our patient's look forward to coming and do not want to leave!!


Social Skills


Our programs are interactive trainings to improve pragmatic language skills.

Focusing on: 

  • Play skills for PreK 
  • Reciprocal interactions
  • Thinking about whom you desire or need to communicate with.
  • Establishing physical presence to indicate communicative intent
  • Shifting into direct eye gaze suggesting communicative intent with a peer or group of peers.
  • Using language to communicate with others, while maintaining the above steps.
  • Appropriate language per social group. 
  • Dealing with confrontation
  • Conversational Repair Strategies
  • Initiating/maintaining conversations

Our group treatments are organized so that each patient's level of pragmatic language skills are closely matched. Contact our office for more information.

Preschool Social Skills Groups

Elementary School Age Groups

Middle School Age Social Groups

Soccer Style Social Skills

offered by appt only


Adult and Pediatric Therapies

Teenage, Adolescent, Preschool Pragmatic Therapies 

Horse as a therapy tool



American Hippotherapy Association

What is hippotherapy?

Purposeful manipulation of the horses movement to engage sensory, neuromotor, and cognitive systems to achieve functional outcomes.

This treatment strategy is used by physical, occupational and speech therapists.

Human Systems Influenced

  • Sensory
  • Vestibular
  • Proprioceptive
  • Tactile
  • Visual
  • Motor Coordination
  • Musculoskelatal
  • Nervous system

The sensory input positively impacts the patient's state of arousal and often improves attention and focus towards participation in therapist guided speech and language interventions.