Speech and Language Therapy

Our staff of Speech-Language Pathologists are proficient in various treatment methods in order to provide therapy for addressing concerns regarding apraxia and motor planning speech disorders, delayed speech and language development, oral-motor or myofunctional speech disorders, articulation disorders, expressive language disorders, receptive language disorders or language comprehension challenges, auditory processing difficulties, executive functioning skills development, autism, stuttering and dysfluent speech production, voice disorders, as well as, dyslexia and other written language challenges.

We strive to continue to expand our repertoire of knowledge with the best therapy approaches.  Some of these methods include but are not limited to: Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol™, Hanen It Takes Two to Talk™, Talk Tools, Beckman Oral-Motor, Picture Exchange Communication System, and Lindamood-Bell LiPs Program™.  We also utilize Orton-Gillingham methods for reading remediation and a variety of oral-motor programs for improving speech sound production skills.


Occupational Therapy

Here at Ocean Speech, our occupational therapist concentrates on the following areas of concern: fine motor control, visual motor/visual perceptual skills, organizational skills along with focus and attention to tasks, self-care skills, coordination and balance skills, and social/emotional functioning.  These skills are treated through multiple therapeutic techniques including but not limited to Handwriting Without Tears™, neurodevelopmental treatment techniques, primitive reflex integration, executive functioning skills development, and Zones of Regulation™.

Summer Social Language Groups

Our social groups are therapist-guided interactions with children of similar ages.  These sessions are designed to continue the speech and language goals your child has been working on throughout the year and apply them with the added social aspect of communication in the group. We work on conversational rules such as greetings, topic transitioning, and turn taking to name a few. These rules are the foundations to building friendships and becoming an effective communicator.  If you are interested in receiving additional information about our groups please feel free to give our office a call.

Zones of Regulation Group

If your child struggles with self-regulation then is for you. Children that struggle to regulate themselves often have trouble with management of emotions, impulsivity, and self awareness of their emotions.  Our goal is to teach your child how to become aware of their emotions, provide tools to use for regulation, and help them learn how to display these emotions in a socially appropriate manner.  We work on coordinating their sensory processing, executive functioning, and emotional regulation to successfully self-regulate.  This program meets two times per week, along with periodic parent workshops to teach you the strategies and goals your child is learning so that you feel confident carrying over the techniques to reinforce at home and in other environments.

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