Language and Literacy Therapy Services
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Are you struggling to find effective language and literacy therapy services for your child?
We provide comprehensive evidence-based language and literacy teleservices to pediatric clients 6-21 years of age who present with a variety of complex language, pragmatic, as well as literacy needs.
Research shows that integrating language into language therapy sessions expedites therapy outcomes and shortens the time spent in intervention. That is why we effectively integrate reading, spelling, and writing tasks in our therapy sessions for all the client ranges that we serve.
We utilize evidence-based practices in order to provide our clients with the most efficacious interventions. For example, many of the clients that we serve present with significant language processing as well as listening comprehension deficits as shown on various comprehensive language tests such as the CELF-5, CASL-2, TILLS, etc.
But did you know that research shows that therapy with a focus on standalone listening comprehension goals such as following directions, repeating words and sentences, as well as answering listening comprehension questions without the benefit of visual or written support will not functionally carry over into either therapeutic or academic language gains? That is because poor listening comprehension occurs secondary to oral language deficits in the areas of (including but not limited to) vocabulary knowledge, background knowledge, inferencing abilities, as well as syntactic, morphological, and lexical deficits in comprehending the presented information. These abilities will functionally improve in the context of contextualized language therapy focused on measurable oral language as well as literacy goals.
Language intervention is contextualized when multiple language targets are addressed simultaneously in meaningful, connected activities. Intervention emphasizes improving multiple areas of language at once (e.g., form, content, and use) through purposeful, functional activities in salient contexts that have a purpose beyond instructional objectives and will generalize into other areas of academics.