Long Island Speech Therapy
We travel to Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk Counties) neighborhoods:
Smithtown, West Islip, East Islip, Bayshore, Blue Point, Port Jefferson, West Hampton, Northport, Centerport, Huntington Bay, Greenlawn, Huntington, Cold Spring Harbor, Laurel Hollow, Cove Neck, Oyster Bay Cove, Millneck, Bayville, Locust Valley, Glen Cove, Glen Head, Sea Cliff, Roslyn, East Hills, Roslyn Estates, Port Washington, Plandome, Plandome Manor, Manhasset, Great Neck, Great Neck Gardens, Saddle Rock Estates, Manorhaven, Sands Point, Old Brookville, Lloyd Harbor, and more!
Our Long Island speech language pathologists and therapists work with babies, toddlers, school-age students, and adults with expertise in:
- Accent Reduction Modification Speech Therapy
- Bilingual Speech Therapy
- Pronunciation (all ages)
- Early Childhood Expressive Language
- School Age Expressive Language
- Autism Spectrum Disorders (PDD, Aspergers)
- Social Skills
- Listening Difficulties (auditory and language processing)
- Picky Eaters and Early Childhood Feeding Delays
- Augmentative and Alternative Therapy (AAC)
- Adult Speech Language Therapy
- Orton Gillingham Approach
- Writing & Speaking Intervention
- Writing Intervention
- Comprehension- Listening & Reading Intervention
- Reading Comprehension Tutoring
- Decoding and Encoding
- Reading Fluency Services
- Spelling Intervention
- Vocabulary Intervention
- Oral Motor Speech Therapy
- Expressive Language Disorder
- Deaf Hard of Hearing
- Wilson Reading System
- Special Education Itinerant Teacher – SEIT
- Receptive Language Disorder
Meet our Long Island Speech Therapists/Pathologists
M.S., CCC-SLP, SPEECH LANGUAGE THERAPIST
Susan is a highly experienced speech-language pathologist with over 20 years in the field, and she prides herself on providing very personalized services which incorporate each student’s unique interests, and each family's style. Susan received an M.S. degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a B.A. Degree cum laude from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She is licensed by New York State and holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), and certification as a Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped (TSHH) from New York State. She is PROMPT trained, Level 1; and has actively pursued other ongoing clinical training throughout her career. Prior to being in private practice, Susan worked in a hospital, school, and rehabilitation settings. She was a speech-language pathologist at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where she saw children of all ages with very varied speech, language, and hearing disorders. At Einstein she served on the well-known Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Team (CERC) at the Rose F. Kennedy Center; and also treated adults with neurological disorders (strokes, head trauma) and voice problems; lectured to medical students on speech and language disorders in children and adults; and taught students from Stern College.
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individual therapy, speech-language evaluations, parent consultations, parent training
EXPERTISE: Early language development, articulation and phonology, Speech-language delays, Receptive/Expressive language delays, auditory processing, language processing, reading comprehension, executive functioning, autism spectrum disorders, and social-pragmatic language skills.
AGES: Infants through 21 years of age
M.A., CCC-SLP, TSSLD, SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST
Carissa is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and a certified Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities who has been practicing speech-language pathology for over fifteen years. She earned her Masters of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from New York University Carissa holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). For the past five years, Carissa has worked privately on Long Island with students of various language learning difficulties ranging from preschool to adolescence. Prior to that time, she worked with middle and high school students with various language-learning disabilities including Attention Deficit, Asperger’s, Nonverbal learning, and Expressive/Receptive Language Deficitsat at Winston Preparatory School in Manhattan. In addition to being a Focus Instructor, Carissa was also the director of the summer school program for several years. Carissa believes collaboration with family members is crucial to a child’s development. She firmly believes in a team approach, collaborating with parents and related professionals. She prides herself on being innovative in her therapy sessions to actively engage the student.
LOCATION: Nassau County
Long Island: Mineola, Garden City, Garden City Park, Stewart Manor, Floral Park, Franklin Square, West Hempstead, Roslyn, East Williston, Carle Place, Westbury, Old Westbury, Valley Stream.
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individual therapy, parent consultations, and training
EXPERTISE: Early language development, receptive/expressive language delays, articulation/phonology, auditory processing, language processing, oral-motor difficulties, reading comprehension, executive functioning, autism spectrum disorders, and social-pragmatic language skills.
AGES: 2 years through adolescent
M.A., CCC-SLP, TSHH, SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST
Jessica, M.A., CCC-SLP, TSHH, completed her Master’s of Arts Degree in Speech-Language Pathology at The State University at Buffalo. She received a full graduate research scholarship to study and conduct research in Motor Speech Disorders and was published in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America and the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. Jessica holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, is certified as a Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped (TSHH), and is Level 1 PROMPT trained. For the past 14 years, she has worked at a prestigious Long Island School District and provides one-to-one and small group language and academic support to children with various learning needs. She is highly skilled at addressing speech and language difficulties as they directly relate to classroom performance, NYS learning standards, and curriculum. Previously, Jessica has worked at a private practice on the Upper East Side, where she assessed and treated Pre-K aged, school-age children, and young adults.
For all students, she develops an individualized curriculum based on their unique learning needs and provides an encouraging and supportive environment to enable students to improve upon their skills and enhance confidence in their abilities. She is experienced in a variety of areas, including articulation/phonological skills, expressive and receptive language, language processing, reading comprehension, pragmatic language, improving organization/study skills, and executive functioning skills. In order to stay up-to-date and be on the cutting edge of her profession, Jessica attends various continuing education conferences. Jessica is a dedicated professional, who combines a passionate interest in communication with her desire to help others. She believes in providing the highest quality service possible and her student-centered care focuses on strong clinical competence, individualized therapy programs, and close partnerships with family members, teachers, and other related professionals.
LOCATION: Long Island: Areas within Nassau County
Queens: Little Neck, Douglaston, Astoria, Long Island City
Manhattan: Upper East Side, Upper East Side, Midtown East, Murray Hill, Gramercy, Union Square, East Village
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individual therapy, group therapy (2-3 children), parent consultations, Speech/Language evaluations
EXPERTISE: Expressive/Receptive Language Delays, Reading comprehension, Articulation/Phonology, Social-pragmatic language skills, Auditory processing, Executive Functioning, Narrative skills, and Early literacy skills.
AGES: Pre-K through early adolescence
Master’s in Language Pathology
Allison is a learning specialist and NYS licensed language therapist. She earned her B.A. and M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from The State University of New York College at Fredonia. For over 19 years, she has taught in schools, clinical settings, and private practice.
She is highly skilled at working with a variety of language, social/pragmatic deficits, and learning disabilities. She is experienced working with ADHD, dyslexia, and twice-exceptional students. As a learning specialist, she has worked with preschool, elementary, and secondary students for developing skills such as literacy (decoding and comprehension), writing, working and short-term memory, executive functioning, and social thinking. Allison recognizes the importance of developing customized learning programs specific to each students’ unique needs. She recognizes how organizational skills, sensory regulation, attention, written and verbal expression intertwine and impact learning.
Allison prides herself on her ability to effectively collaborate with families, teachers, and other professionals to encourage effective communication across all platforms and environments. She believes that a combination of evidence-based practice, parent/caregiver involvement, and engaging activities that make learning enjoyable is the key to success.
LOCATION: Long Island: Centereach, Farmingville, Selden, Smithtown, Hauppauge, Sayville, West Sayville, Bluepoint, Bayport, Oakdale, Bohemia, Patchogue, Medford, Port Jefferson, Port Jefferson Station, Nesconset, Setauket, South Setauket, St. James, East Islip
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individual and group (2-3 children) speech therapy, speech-language evaluations, consultations.
AGES: toddler-elementary school
M.S., CCC-SLP, TSSLD, Speech Language Pathologist
Danielle is a New York State licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and certified Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD). She holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Danielle completed her Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Adelphi University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders with minors in psychology and Spanish from LaSalle University. She is Level 1 PROMPT trained (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets).
Danielle is currently a full-time speech therapist for a Long Island Public School, providing therapy for a culturally diverse population of elementary-aged students with a variety of speech and language disorders. Before this, she worked for an NYC preschool, early intervention agency, and a private school for students with autism spectrum disorder ages 3-21. Danielle has experience working with pre-school through adolescence, addressing expressive and receptive language delays and disorders, executive functioning skills, reading comprehension, fluency, articulation disorders as well as social/pragmatic deficits. Danielle has extensive experience working with non-verbal and minimally verbal children. She has developed and implemented both low-tech and high-tech alternative and augmentative communication systems including Proloquo2go, Touch Chat, Go Talk, LAMP, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). She has developed and utilized communication books and static visuals for verbal children who demonstrate difficulty generating and using language appropriately. Danielle utilizes a total communication approach involving oral language/word approximations, gestures, signs, and other visual communication systems to build communication skills. Danielle utilizes students learning modalities (e.g., visual, auditory, kinesthetic) to facilitate learning and utilizes a variety of evidence-based practices.
Danielle believes in providing an interdisciplinary approach, communicating and collaborating with other specialists such as physical therapists, occupational therapists, families, and teachers to encourage effective communication across all contexts and carryover of strategies. She creates a fun, engaging, and functional environment to promote client success while addressing all communication needs.
Location: Long Island-Nassau County: Mineola, Garden City, Floral Park, Franklin Square, East Williston, Carle Place, Westbury, Old Westbury, Wantagh, Seaford, Massapequa, Massapequa Park, Hicksville, New Hyde Park, East Meadow
Types of Service: Individual Therapy, Small Group (2-5 clients) Therapy, Parent/Caretaker Consultation
Expertise: Expressive/receptive language delays, early language development, literacy, apraxia, reading comprehension, articulation/phonology, phonemic awareness, social pragmatic skills, executive functioning, language processing, sensory-based feeding, Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC).
Ages: Birth through elementary school
M.A., CCC-SLP, B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Certified Teacher of Children with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD)
Rachel is a New York State licensed speech-language therapist who holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech Language-Hearing Association. She received her master’s degree in speech-language pathology from Hunter College and her B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Touro College. Rachel is also certified as a Teacher of Children with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) and is level one PROMPT trained.
Rachel is currently a full-time speech-language pathologist at the NYC Department of Education, providing assessment and treatment of a culturally diverse population of elementary and preschool-age students. Rachel also holds prior experience in providing services for students grades K-8 at a specialized school for language-based learning challenges and for children ages Birth-5 at a specialized preschool and early intervention center for hearing impairment.
Rachel is proficient in the use of standardized and dynamic assessment procedures to evaluate speech-language skills and develop individualized treatment plans. She has experience treating a variety of delays/disorders, including expressive-receptive language disorders, language-based learning difficulties, Auditory Processing Disorder, hearing impairment, Autism Spectrum Disorders, articulation, and phonological impairments, Dyslexia, Emotional Disturbance, Learning Disabilities, Intellectual Disability, and fluency or stuttering.
As a school-based therapist, Rachel has worked extensively on treating speech and language difficulties that affect literacy development, suchas decoding and reading comprehension. She is trained in various Orton-Gillingham-based intervention programs, such as Fundations, S.P.I.R.E, Sounds Sensible and the Heggerty Phonological and Phonemic Awareness curriculum. She is also trained in the Story Grammar Marker tool, Expanding Expression tool, and Anita Archer’s REWARDS program, all of which support school-based literacy skills. Rachel is passionate about instructing her students on a variety of language-learning strategies for decoding and reading comprehension using multiple modalities that help them become more independent in their own learning and academic performance.
Rachel also has a keen interest in facilitating expressive language development in the population of late-talkers. Rachel has experience supporting toddlers in expanding their vocabulary and utterances, as well as empowering parents with strategies they can implement during daily routines.
Rachel firmly believes in using the personal interests and clients’ strengths to help plan therapy that is meaningful and engaging. She enjoys collaborating with caregivers, professionals, and the clients themselves to create a tailor-made treatment plan that will help them generalize their skills to all aspects of their life.
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individual therapy, group (2-4 children) therapy, speech-language evaluations, parent consultation
EXPERTISE: Language-based disorders, articulation and phonological delays, literacy skills, reading comprehension, oral and written language, organization skills, vocabulary development, pragmatics, and social skills
AGES: Birth through Adolescence
New York State Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and a Certified Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD); SAT Instructor
Jessica is a multilingual speech-language pathologist with a postgraduate degree from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a master’s degree with highest honors in Speech-Language Pathology from CUNY Queens College. She holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), as well as her New York State License and Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) Certification.
TYPES OF SERVICES: Individual therapy, group
EXPERTISE: Phonological awareness/phonemic awareness, reading comprehension, articulation therapy, ADHD, Autism/social skills, SAT (reading, writing, and math)
AGES: kindergarten through twelfth grade
M.A., CCC-SLP, TSSLD, SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST
Annie Rose is a Speech-Language Pathologist and a certified Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD). Annie Rose graduated with her undergraduate degree in elementary and special education and still holds current teaching certifications in Connecticut. Annie Rose was drawn to the field of Speech and Language Pathology after spending 7 years teaching special education and working in the classroom with students with various speech and language needs. She then pursued her Master’s degree from New York University in Communicative Sciences and Disorders.
Annie Rose has multisensory literacy experience working with preschoolers to 21-year-olds to improve decoding, reading fluency, reading comprehension, and writing skills. Other areas she has experience with include articulation, phonology, phonemic awareness, pragmatics, executive functioning, vocabulary development, math tutoring (k-8th grades), vocational skills, and AAC.
Annie Rose currently works full-time in a public school on Long Island, working with students from various backgrounds with unique learning styles and needs in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Annie Rose believes in providing an inclusive and individualized learning environment for all students that focuses on helping each student perform to the best of their ability. She believes in open communication and collaborating with families, teachers, and other related services in order for a child’s language, speech, and literacy skills to reach their full potential.
TYPE OF SERVICES: i.e. Individual therapy, group (2-3 children), parent consultations, Math through grade 8 & Literacy (any age)
EXPERTISE: Speech-language delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Skills, Literacy
AGES: preschool-aged through adult
Master of Science Degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders, Certified Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped (TSHH)
Jessica completed her Master of Science Degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders at Syracuse University with honors, summa cum laude. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is certified as a Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped (TSHH). Jessica has spent the past 15 years working at one of the highest-ranking Long Island School Districts, where she provides language services and academic support, through a primarily literacy-based approach, to students with varying learning needs in an individualized or small group setting. She comes with a wide range of experience in the field as she has previously provided speech and language services for early childhood and preschool-aged children at a center-based program in Long Island, services for school-aged children for the NYC Department of Education, and services for children ages 8 through 18 at a medically based home care agency in Queens.
Jessica takes pride in being a caring and empathetic professional who works to create a comfortable and encouraging learning environment while developing and implementing an effective and individualized language curriculum for each of her students. She works to address her students’ speech and language needs, to facilitate growth and achievement, while also working to support and strengthen confidence in their own skills and abilities.
Jessica is experienced and skilled in addressing a variety of areas including expressive and receptive language, reading comprehension, pragmatic language, language processing, executive functioning, and articulation/phonological skills. She is passionate about speech and language and is committed to staying current on best practices through educational conferences, professional journals, and online resources. Jessica is dedicated to helping her students achieve progress and success through a team effort with parents, teachers, and related professionals and genuinely strives for the best for those she works with.
TYPE OF SERVICE: Individual therapy, group therapy (2-3 children), parent consultations, Speech/Language Evaluations
EXPERTISE: Expressive/Receptive Language Delays, Reading Comprehension, Social/Pragmatic Language Skills, Auditory Processing, Articulation/Phonology, Executive Functioning
AGES: Elementary through adolescence
M.S., CCC-SLP, TSSLD, SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST
Nicholas is a New York State licensed Speech Language Pathologist and holds his Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. He is also certified as a Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD). Nicholas received his Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology and his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Adelphi University. During his 9-year professional career, Nicholas has worked in multiple settings including public schools at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, daycares, clinical settings, and private homes. Currently, Nicholas is employed at a special needs high school in Queens, New York as a Speech-Teacher. Nicholas has extensive experience working with children ages birth to 21, with and without learning differences. Some learning differences he has experience working with include expressive and receptive language, early intervention, literacy, functional life skills, articulation, fluency, social interaction skills, feeding skills, reading comprehension, Autism, ADHD, Emotionally Disturbed, Intellectual Disabilities, and cognition. Nicholas has also acquired extensive knowledge in augmentative communication systems (AAC) and has experience programing ProLoQuo2Go, Lamp, Touch Chat, Toby Dynavox, and Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS) for non-verbal children.
During his time working in a high school setting, Nicholas has worked towards integrating functional life skill activities with speech goals. This integration makes goals more relatable and enjoyable to accomplish. Functional life skill activities include cooking, understanding nutritional facts, recycling, going on interviews, and filling out job applications to name a few. While working with children ages birth to middle school, Nicholas has developed activities that are engaging and fun, allowing the child to learn while keeping them motivated. Early intervention activities focus on play-based skills while toddlers to pre-middle school children focus more on pairing reading activities with functional games.
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individual and group therapy, teletherapy, parent consultations, parent training
EXPERTISE: Early language development, Autism, Feeding and Swallowing, articulation and phonology, Speech-language delays, Receptive/Expressive language delays, auditory processing, language processing, and social- pragmatic language skills.
AGES: Birth through 21 years of age
M.S., CCC-SLP, TSSLD, SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST
Maria is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). She holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) and Certificate for Teaching Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) from the New York State Department of Education. Maria obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Adelphi University, Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from New York Medical College, and is currently in pursuit of a Clinical Doctorate of Speech-Language Pathology (SLPD) from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.
Throughout her career, Maria has treated in both the school and clinical settings in South Bronx, Queens, and Long Island. She has and continues to work with children and young adults aged 3 to 22 with a wide range of communication delays and disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Koolen deVries Syndrome, Selective Mutism, Hearing Impairment, DiGeorge Syndrome, Chromosomal Abnormalities, Dysfluency, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Developmental Language Disorders, and General Articulation Disorders
Maria has targeted articulation, receptive language, expressive language, pragmatic language, fluency, and sensory feeding with children. Daily, Maria treats students (K-6) in a public elementary school that utilizes Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices using Proloquo2Go, TouchChat, and LAMP.
Maria actively seeks the results of current research studies to provide the most up-to-date evidence-based practices. She believes in the importance of informing children what each session intends to target and their awareness of their overall goals. Maria also acknowledges the importance of a team approach and looks to collaborate with all vested members to ensure the fastest success, independence, and generalization of learned skills.
An avid lover of reading and board games, Maria incorporates children’s books and play-based therapy into her sessions. Research supports the increase of generalization of skills through play-based treatment, which further motivates the choice to include play throughout targeting goals.
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individual, Group (2-3), parent consultation, speech-language therapy, sensory feeding evaluation and therapy, consultations
EXPERTISE: pragmatic language skills, receptive/expressive language skills, auditory memory/comprehension, sensory feeding, articulation, phonological awareness, executive functioning, ASD, Down Syndrome, ADHD
AGES: pre-school, school-aged
M.S., CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist
Leslie is a New York State licensed speech language pathologist with over 25 years of experience working with children, adolescents and their families. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is a certified Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped (TSHH). Leslie graduated from St. Joseph’s College, Brooklyn with a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education and Speech Communication.. She holds a Master’s of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Brooklyn College. She has furthered her studies with classes in Autism Spectrum Disorders, DeafBlindness, Students with High Intensity Support Needs and Listening and Spoken Language strategies for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Leslie is an experienced clinician who has provided site-based and home-based diagnostic and therapeutic services to clients who have been diagnosed with early speech language delays, Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Deaf-Hard of Hearing, Deaf-Blind, Deaf-Disabled, Multiple Disabilities and Intellectual Disabilities ages birth-21 years.. She is skilled in American Sign Language, Picture Exchange Communication System(PECS), and high-tech AAC devices and applications (Proloquo2go, TouchChat). She is currently working as a clinician, educator, and parent coach/educator in a New York State funded Parent Infant Program.
Leslie believes that collaboration with families, teachers, and other professionals is the foundation for successful intervention. She believes that using a combination of evidence-based practices, parent/caregiver involvement and coaching, and making learning fun are essential for individuals to reach their full potential.
TYPES OF SERVICES: Individual therapy, speech-language evaluations, consultations and parent training.
EXPERTISE: Early language development, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Deaf-Blind, speech-language delays, receptive and expressive language delays, articulation and phonology, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome.
AGES: Infants-21 years of age
MA, CCC-SLP, TSSLD, Speech-Language Pathologist, Certified in Bilingual Education Assessment – Turkish (BEA)
Selver is a speech-language pathologist. She holds her Clinical Certificate of Competence (CCCs) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), New York State Speech-Language Pathology license, certificate as a Teacher Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD), and is certified in Bilingual Education Assessment – Turkish (BEA). She received her B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Brooklyn College – City University of New York and her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from Long Island University – Brooklyn.
In addition to working in private practice, Selver is a speech-language pathologist at the Department of Education. Selver’s experience working in the Department of Education helps her align her client therapy goals to all areas of her clients’ academic and social lives.
Selver worked clinically in various settings, including home-based (pediatric and geriatric populations), preschool, elementary school, middle school, and clinics. Selver is experienced working with various speech and language difficulties, including expressive and receptive language, phonological processes, articulation, reading/writing skills, Autism Spectrum Disorders, apraxia, dysarthria, and aphasia. Selver is also certified in Lively Letters, a research-based program to teach children letter to sound correlation effectively. Her upbeat and encouraging guidance is appreciated by the clients she serves.
Selver’s clinical expertise is with children with speech and language delays and children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Selver has obtained certifications in various areas such as LSVT LOUD (Parkinson/voice disorders), FEES, and MBSIP (swallowing disorders).
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individual Therapy, Group Therapy Individual Therapy, group (2-3 children), speech-language evaluations, parent consultations
EXPERTISE: Early Speech and Language Development, Pre-language Skills, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Communication (Pragmatic Language), Expressive/Receptive Language Delays, Articulation/Phonological disorders, Reading Intervention, Floortime therapy, Adult aphasia and apraxia
AGES: Birth through Elementary School, Adult
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