Outpatient Programs Specialties
We support a ‘whole self’ approach to care and provide a variety of additional services to support our clients and their families, including:
An augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device helps individuals with speech or language impairments to communicate effectively. Our speech language pathologists are trained in evaluating and trialing AAC devices to find the best fit for an individual’s unique communication needs.
Applied Behavior Analysis therapy focuses on applying learning and behavior to real-life situations. A board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) provides ABA therapy. Registered behavior technicians (RBTs) are trained and supervised by the BCBA, and work directly with children and adults to practice skills and work toward the individual goals written by the BCBA. Please call your insurance company to verify coverage for ABA. Typically, an Autism diagnosis is required for insurance to cover this therapy.
Evaluates feeding difficulties, which can be due to a variety of factors such as sensory needs or oral motor challenges. Feeding therapy can assist picky eaters or problem feeders.
Engage with peers and build crucial social and interaction skills. We regularly offer social skills and sensory-based groups for clients in a variety of age ranges.
Our speech language pathologists are skilled at examining the health of the eardrum, assessing function of the middle ear, and identifying hearing impairments.
Increases participation in meaningful activities by improving fine and gross motor skills, sensory processing, vision, and activities in daily living.
Improve functional communication through treatment of speech, voice, language, and swallowing.
Our therapists provide virtual therapy to clients of all ages.