Our Speech Language Therapy MethodOur Speech Language Pathologists have dedicated their careers to treating children on the spectrum.
The Autism Home Support Services Speech Language team brings a comprehensive, collaborative approach to ABA and Speech Language Therapy. Our expert clinical leadership specializes in treating children with autism for a more cohesive treatment plan for your child. Each therapy plan is tailored around your child’s unique needs so that they can grow in the exact areas where it’s needed.
A Speech Language Pathologist can help with:
- Pragmatics/Social Language/Functional Communication
- Augmentative Communication Needs (high-tech and low-tech)
- Articulation (speech sounds)
- Dysphagia (feeding and swallowing difficulties)
- Syntax (how words are put together)
- Morphology (smallest units of language)
- Phonology (sounds of a particular language)
- Motor Speech Disorders (Apraxia/Dyspraxia)
- Voice Disorders
How We’re Different
Our Speech Language Pathologists have dedicated their careers to treating children on the spectrum. This means they better understand the challenges your child may be facing and how best to overcome them.
Quality therapy is our number one priority, which is why we hav people dedicated to quality assurance and setting quality standards – one of the many reasons AHSS is an industry leader in ABA therapy.
A huge joy of mine is not only the expansion of our center services, but also the collaboration that is happening between ABA and SLP therapies at our centers. Coordination of care has happened via consultative emails, incidental “overlaps” while clients are being served, and during team meetings when approaches are explained to parents in a positive and constructive manner. I am so thankful to work in an environment that is so client-centered where professionals can come together to best meet the needs of our families. It takes effort, communication, and ego-check to openly and honestly discuss how best to approach one particular case from sometimes differing points of view. I’m so proud of AHSS for being this environment. Yay Team!Tracy Crowe, Speech Language Pathologist