Fast ForWord

Fast ForWord

Fast ForWord is a neuroscience program that builds the brain’s learning capacity, making learning easier and faster. Fast ForWord automates and strengthens the brain the same way a fit athlete builds muscle memory, through repetition. Each day the child is prompted to...
Communication Gaming Group

Communication Gaming Group

Our communication gaming groups help kids work on their speech and language skills in a fun and engaging way. Sessions are tailored to each client’s strengths and needs. Kids won’t even realize they are learning! Why Speech Therapy and Gaming: Playing...
Transgender/Voice Affirmation Therapy

Transgender/Voice Affirmation Therapy

Our virtual speech therapy sessions are available for anyone wanting to change their voice to match their gender expression. Sessions are tailored to our clients’ needs and strengths with privacy and flexibility. Our client relationships are at the center of...
Word Retrieval

Word Retrieval

Word retrieval, or word finding, means a person’s ability to think of the right word when they need it.  Word finding means that the person can’t think of words they already know or have been exposed to. We all have those moments when we can’t think of the right...
Perspective Taking

Perspective Taking

Perspective taking is one of the biggest social skills to focus on in social language skill development.  Perspective taking happens when you realize that your words, actions and behaviors affect the thoughts and feelings of those with whom you interact. You...
The R Sound

The R Sound

R is one of the trickiest sounds to master.  This is because there are so many different ways it can be produced, depending upon which letters it is combined with. There are 32 variations of /r/ in all word positions in single words, phrases, and sentences!...
Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Teaching and learning vocabulary is a dynamic and multifaceted process.  There are endless opportunities to learn vocabulary as we go about our lives, both in structured and unstructured environments.  We can learn new words no matter where we are or what we...
Story Elements

Story Elements

No matter what age kids are, story elements are great skills to teach. Learning story elements helps kids with narrative language skills.  Story elements are: setting, characters, initiating and rising events/action, problem, climax, falling action/events,...
TH

TH

/th/ is one of the easier sounds to teach and learn since it is so visible. It can be tricky if kids are trying to master it too early, but once they are a little older (age 5 or 6) they can get the hang of it. Learning /th/ can get a little more complex if the child...
NG

NG

Kids typically produce the /ng/ sound between ages 2-3 .  It is no longer considered developmental by age 4.  If your child is still having difficulty producing /ng/ by age 4 then they need some help from a speech therapist to acquire the sound.  I will...