Speech - Language Therapy
Speech-language pathologists can help with:
- Speech delays and disorders including articulation, phonology and motor speech disorders.
- Language delays and disorders, including expression and comprehension in oral and non-verbal contexts
- Fluency disorders, including stuttering.
- Voice and resonance disorders.
- Swallowing and feeding disorders in adults, children and infants.
- Cognitive-communicative disorders including social communication skills, reasoning, problem solving and executive functions.
- Pre-literacy and literacy skills including phonological awareness, decoding, reading comprehension and writing.
- Communication and swallowing disorders related to other issues. For example, hearing impairments, traumatic brain injury, dementia, developmental, intellectual or genetic disorders and neurological impairments.
- Written Language including expressing yourself appropriatly using social media, answering written essay questions, and developing a well structured and cohesive paragraph.
- Social Skills
Parent and Caregiver Training
We offer caregiver training to guide parents in encouraging speech, language, educational, emotional, and behavioral development. We can also meet with you individually to discuss your personal needs
Classes and Intensive Programs
We offer 4, 8, and 12 week intensive programs.
These programs are perfect for parents seeking transformational results in a shorter period of time.
Intensive programs are custom designed to fit the needs of your child; however, they generally entail treatment sessions and parent training a minimum of 2 or 3 times daily, 4 or 5 days per week for the duration of the program.
Please contact us for current pricing and availability.
A.R.T.S. has a licensed counselor on staff for all of your family or individual counseling needs
Educational Intervention/ Tutoring
A.R.T.S. has staff dedicated to help your child succeed academically whether they have a diagnosis that would indicate they need our therapy services or not. We specifically focus on reading, writing, and social skills. We also are well versed in the IDEA process and can help you navigate your child's IEP and services provided by their school.
We provide one-on-one therapy to individual clients, directly through your personal computer
Reading and Writing
The A.R.T.S. therapists are trained in a variety of techniques to provide intervention in the areas of reading and writing. We continue to stay ahead of the game in furthering our knowledge and credentials in these areas as well! It is hard to watch your child struggle with these concepts and they may respond to a variety of techniques and programs. We use the following programs at A.R.T.S. as well as various other techniques to make your child successful: Orton Gillingham, Visualizing and Verbalizing, Alphabet Phonics, Lindamood Bell, High Noon, and HearBuilder.
The Goals of Early Intervention:
According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (1989), the three goals are of early intervention is:
1) Prevention: to hinder the occurrence of a communication disorder or delay by providing Early Intervention (EI) services to at-risk children and their families before an official diagnosis of a communication disorder is made.
2) Remediation: to provide EI services to children and their families who have already been diagnosed with a communication disorder or delay to decrease the long term occurrence or adverse impact that the communication disorder could possibly have on children later in life.
3) Compensation: to provide effective and functional communication strategies or intervention to children and their families with disabilities or impairment that is irreversible to increase the children’s quality of life.
Social and Interpersonal Skills
Does your child struggle to make friends, start a conversation, interpret others thoughts or motives? Does your child struggle to keep friends or maintain appropriate conversations? We can help develop and shape your child's social skills in an individual and group setting while building confidence and self esteem as well.
Kindergarten is an exciting time for your child. There are so many changes, rules, and expectations that come along with it. We provide a readiness program to ensure your child is confident and maybe even a little bit ahead of the game on their first day of Kindergarten!