* The focus of intervention is acquisition of effective communication through collaboration with families, schools, and the community for children and young adults ranging in age from birth to 21 years.
*Speech/language evaluations and therapy sessions are provided to address the following areas: autism, Down syndrome, Asperger syndrome, Rett syndrome, articulation, phonology, developmental delays/disorders, delayed milestones, myofunctional (i.e., tongue thrust) therapy, auditory processing, fluency/stuttering, apraxia, oral motor therapy for feeding and speech development, receptive and expressive language, social cognition/pragmatic language, emotional regulation, and organization/time management.
* Family members are encouraged to attend sessions, as this facilitates optimal progress with goals and promotes carryover of communicative success at home, at school, and in the community.
* Therapy is centered around each family's individualized speech/language concerns, goals, and desired long-term outcomes for their child or young adult.
*Intervention strategies/techniques are evidence-based and supported by current research.
Sally M. Clark is a member the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Preferred Provider Network.
Board Certified Speech-Language Pathologist