Key program features
Language disabilities in a school setting refer to challenges or difficulties that students may face in understanding, using, and processing language effectively. These disabilities can manifest in various forms and can impact different aspects of language, including spoken and written language.
- Speech-Language Therapists:The team of therapists provide services to students to address a wide range of speech and language challenges, from articulation and fluency to language development and social communication skills.
- Individualized Education Programs: Our therapists create personalized treatment plans tailored to the specific requirements of each student.
- Integrated Services: Our program integrates with the school’s academic curriculum/schedule where students receive service in groups or individual settings.
- Collaboration with Educators and Parents: Our therapists work closely with teachers and parents to ensure that therapy goals align with academic and social objectives.
- Enhancing Confidence and Social Skills: Our program not only focuses on improving speech and language abilities, but also on building self-confidence and enhancing social communication skills (social language, making and keeping friends, etc). We aim to empower students to communicate effectively in all aspects of their lives.