Services

What does a Speech-Language Pathologist do?

A Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) is a licensed professional who evaluates, treats, diagnoses, and works to prevent a variety speech and language deficits across the life-span. Our team at Speech Theory provides a variety of services to the pediatric, adult, and geriatric populations. Check out some of the services we offer below!

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PEDIATRICS

*Not Limited To

Habilitation 

  • Speech

    • articulation

    • phonological processes etc.

  • Language Delay or Disorder

    • comprehension & expression in oral & written modalities

  • Language Processing

  • Social Skills associated w/Autism

    • Conversational Rules​

    • Hidden Curriculum 

  • Pre-literacy and Language Based Literacy Skills

  • Phonological Awareness

  • Beginner Sign Language

  • Augmentative Communication Systems (non-verbal)

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ADOLESCENTS & ADULTS

*Not Limited To

Habilitation & Rehabilitation 

  • Language Comprehension & Expression 

  • Language Processing

  • Language Based Literacy Skills

  • Social Skills associated w/Autism

    • Conversational Rules​

    • Hidden Curriculum 

  • Stuttering/ Fluency

  • Cognitive aspects of communication

    • attention

    • memory

    • problem solving

    •  executive functioning

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GERIATRICS

*Not Limited To

Rehabilitation 

Have you experienced:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

  • Stroke

  • Aphasia

  • Word Finding Difficulty

  • Difficulty Being Understood

  • Trouble Participating in Conversations

  • Slurred Speech

  • Unusual Voice

  • Deficits in Activities of Daily Living

    • attention

    • memory

    • problem solving

    •  executive functioning

Direct Services

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English Tutoring

Foreign Born English Speakers

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Parental Coaching

Teletherapy

School Children

Social Communication Group

Homework Help

Literacy Training