Individual and Group Therapy

We provide individual and group therapy sessions.  Frequency, length and duration of therapy are determined by the findings and clinical recommendations from a current evaluation report within the past year, as well as the clinical judgment of the treating therapist.

  • Therapy programs are designed to meet the individual needs of each child in order to maximize their communication abilities.
  • Formal treatment plans outlining a child’s goals and progress reports are completed at regular intervals to document the child’s ongoing progress related to the goals and continued areas of need.
  • Family involvement and instruction are an integral part of all therapy programs.  Home programming is emphasized to support and promote carryover of skills.
  • Therapy is coordinated with the other professionals participating in the child’s care.  Services available within TLC include: audiology, occupational therapy, counseling, psychological and educational testing and tutoring.  Referrals to other disciplines for additional services are made when appropriate.

Evaluation and therapy address the following major areas:

  • Language Development Delays / Disorders
  • Pragmatic Language Disorders
  • Auditory Processing Disorders
  • Speech Production Disorders
  • Oral Motor and Feeding Problems
  • Voice Disorders
  • Fluency Disorders

Therapeutic Interaction Groups

This therapeutic group is for children identified with language and sensory processing disorders that interfere with relating and communicating.  Groups are led by an occupational therapist with a mental health professional and speech-language pathologist. The program utilizes the Developmental, Individual differences, Relationship-based DIR® / Floortime Model™ for early intervention.

Feeding Therapy Program

This new interdisciplinary program combines the resources of our Outpatient Speech-Language and Occupational Therapy Services and is staffed by licensed occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists.