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A Speech Language Pathologist is a licensed professional that is able to provide speech therapy & feeding treatment for children & adults with a variety of needs including: expressive communication, receptive communication, articulation, auditory processing, AAC (alternative communication), oral motor deficits, social/pragmatic skill cognition, feeding/swallowing, voice, and fluency disorders.
An Occupational Therapist facilitates fine motor skills, cognitive skills, sensory processing deficits, visual-perceptual skills, and behavior difficulties. An OT can assist children with social skills, school performance, playing, and daily living activities giving them increased self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.
Our feeding therapy is performed by a Speech Language Pathologist. Feeding therapy is a speciality that requires extensive additional training by a therapist. Our therapist are specially trained to help infants need with l
This question depends on many factors. We are in network providers for several insurances and are always adding to our list. We also offer cash pay options.
This is our most common questions. Unfortunately, this question is nearly impossible to answer. Each patient is significantly different and respond at different rates to therapy. There are several factors to consider: age, type of treatment, parent carryover, and frequency of treatment.
The earlier the better. Early intervention can make a crucial difference in a child's life. If you have concerns regarding your child's development call us to determine if Rescue My Speech is right for you.
Jayme received a Masters Degree in Communication Disorders from Eastern Washington University. She holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence as a Speech Pathologist from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. She has been fortunate to work with children and families in various settings including rehabilitation, public schools, preschools, and private clinics. She has special interest and extensive experience in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), motor planning disorders, articulation/phonological disorders, feeding/swallowing disorders, sensory processing disorders, and social pragmatic difficulties. Jayme has received comprehensive training in speech therapy and holds several certifications in ABA, DIR Floortime, Pediatric Dysphagia, Oral Placement Therapy, Social Pragmatic, and Apraxia Approaches.
Nicole is a graduate of California State University, Long Beach, where she obtained her Bachelors of Arts and Masters of Arts degree in Communicative Disorders. She began practicing in 1996 as a school based Speech Language Pathologist in California. She moved to Las Vegas in 2003, where she has worked for CCSD as a Speech Language Pathologist. Nicole holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech/Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Nicole has experience with receptive/expressive language, fluency, speech articulation, phonology, assistive technology, functional communication, and pragmatic language for individuals age 3-18. Her specialty areas include articulation and functional communication skills with middle and high school age students.
Donna graduated from Boston University. She has extensive experience with patient care in the areas of pediatrics, rehab, acute hospitals, home health, and skilled nursing facilities. Donna has spent several years supervising new and future Occupational Therapists. She holds countless certifications and continuing education in a range of areas for Occupational Therapy.
Carrie graduated from University of Central Arkansas with her Masters in Speech Pathology. She holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence as a Speech Pathologist from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. Carrie has worked across the country in a variety of settings including early intervention, public schools, preschools, and private clinics. She has specific training and special interest in phonological/articulation disorders, motor planning disorders, social pragmatic disorders, and oral motor disorders.
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Rescue My Speech is fortunate enough to host Graduate Level students from all over the country. You can expect to meet Occupational and Speech therapy students completing their Masters Degree while attending therapy at our facility.
Rescue My Speech is always looking for amazing, energetic, and creative therapists. If you are interested in joining our team contact us today!
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