It is vital to our health and well being that we have effective listening, speaking and communication skills. Language therapy focuses on remediation of Receptive and/or Expressive language skills. A language disorder is defined by difficulty in understanding others (receptive language) or has challenges with sharing thoughts, ideas and feelings (expressive language).
At "Mukoviszidose-Therapie", we don't believe in “one size fits all” approach. We tailor our therapies to maximize each individual’s strengths and overcome his or her weaknesses.
Our therapists assist children and adults who have the following types of problems:
Difficulty with feeding, chewing or swallowing
Difficulty producing and using speech
Difficulty understanding language
Difficulty using language
A voice problem
We employ the most effective, research based methods for helping to reduce a lisp or helping a child with auditory processing difficulties or teaching Executive Functioning skills to achieve the most rapid improvements.
Our therapists are nationally certified speech/language pathologists. They are extensively trained and exceptionally experienced in the latest and most innovative treatment programs.
We also provide our clients with the most cutting edge computer based interventions to teach language, learning and communications skills in attention grabbing ways.
Our advantages are:
In-service training's and workshops
1:1 speech-language therapy sessions
Comprehensive speech-language evaluations
Collaboration with other professionals and related service providers
Evidence based treatment plans that meet the unique needs of each child
Your child's communication skills will be assessed before we decide the most appropriate support for any difficulties and what therapies will promote the most effective communication.
Families and their communities - including, teachers, support assistants, respite staff, childcare workers or anybody that the youngster has regular contact or support from - are encouraged to participate in the development of their communication skills. Contact us for more information at 267-630-4170