Speech-Language Pathology Treatment

What do Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) do?

Speech-language pathologists work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults.

How do I know what services I or my loved one needs?

Each client’s specific needs will determine the course and pace of his or her individualized therapeutic program. Following an initial consultation or assessment, JSA offers therapy for clients presenting with the following diagnoses:

• Alternative and Augmentative Communication

• Aphasia

• Apraxia

• Articulation Disorder

• Auditory Processing Disorder

• Autism Spectrum Disorder

• Cerebral Palsy

• Cognitive Aspects of Communication (attention, memory, problem solving, executive function)

• Craniofacial Disorder

• Down Syndrome

• Dysarthria

• Dysphagia (swallowing)

• Expressive Language Delay/Disorder

• Fluency Disorder (stuttering/cluttering)

• Genetic Disorder

• Language-Based Learning Difficulties

• Neurogenic Disorder

• Orofacial Myofunctional Disorder

• Phonological Disorder

• Receptive Language Delay/Disorder

• Traumatic Brain Injury

• Voice Disorder (Resonance, Quality, Pitch)

JSA therapists have extensive background in developing and implementing therapeutic plans including functional, measurable goals. We embrace a multidisciplinary approach and collaborate with a variety of specialists including:

• Speech-Language Pathologists

• Audiologists

• Clinical Psychologists

• Neuropsychologists

• Educational Professionals

• Behavior Consultants

• Medical Professionals

• Dental Professionals

• Occupational Therapists

• Physical Therapists

• Special Education Advocates

• Case Coordinators

 

Educational Therapy and Enrichment Programs

What is Educational Therapy?

Educational Therapy offers those with learning difficulties an individualized approach holistically designed to create a better understanding of how to recognize and apply strengths in order to overcome and compensate for weaknesses.

Common Signs of Educational Difficulties

  • Poor reading rate and accuracy
  • Inaccurate spelling
  • Letter reversals
  • Poor written expression
  • Decreased reading comprehension
  • Difficulty solving word problems
  • Limited attention span
  • Challenges in math calculation or math fact fluency
  • Trouble with visual or auditory memory
  • Below grade level performance

Educational Therapy Benefits Those

  • Diagnosed with a learning disability
  • Identified as having learning difficulties/differences by a Speech-Language Pathologist or Educator
  • May succeed with customized learning strategies and one-to-one settings
  • Have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or a 504 Plan

Additional Benefits of Educational Therapy

  • Improved self-confidence
  • Enhanced motivation to learn
  • Increased class participation

JSA Educational Program Details

  • Baseline Evaluations & Measurable Goals
  • Progress reports
  • Variety of Research-Based Methods
  • Study Skills, Note Taking & Organization Skills
  • Individual or Small Group Programs
  • Focus on Remediation or Enrichment
  • Collaboration with family members, teachers, service providers and other stake-holders
  • Convenient After-School Sessions ~ open until 7pm

In addition to other educational approaches we offer research-based instruction using the following techniques:

  • Seeing Stars® Program for Reading Fluency & Spelling
  • Visualizing and Verbalizing® Program for Cognitive Development, Comprehension, & Thinking
  • Talkies® Program for Oral Language Comprehension & Expression
  • Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing® Program for Reading, Spelling, and Speech (LiPS®)
  • On Cloud Nine® Math Program Visualizing & Verbalizing for Math
  • SPELL-Links to Reading and Writing™: A Word Study Curriculum
  • Plan to Succeed!: JSA’s Executive Functioning Program

JSA Education Programs

  • Summer FUNdamentals A month-long camp offering "Ready, Set, Read", "Visualizing & Verbalizing", and "Second to None" with instruction in reading fluency, writing, reading comprehension, and mathematical calculations and reasoning skills.
  • Plan to Succeed! A one-week camp focusing on executive functioning skills offered in mid August to start students off on the right foot in the new school year. Grades 5 - 8.
  • Winter Solstice Additional sessions available during winter break
  • Spring Fling Additional sessions available during spring break
  • Fall and Spring Small Group Sessions

Monrovia Clinic (626) 355-1729

Claremont Clinic (909) 626-0900

Pasadena Clinic (626) 817-9460

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  • Seeing Stars® Program for Reading Fluency & Spelling
  • Visualizing and Verbalizing® Program for Cognitive Development, Comprehension, & Thinking
  • Talkies® Program for Oral Language Comprehension & Expression
  • Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing® Program for Reading, Spelling, and Speech (LiPS®)
  • On Cloud Nine® Math Program Visualizing & Verbalizing for Math

Speech-Language Pathology Treatment

What do Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) do?

Speech-language pathologists work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults.

How do I know what services I or my loved one needs?

Each client’s specific needs will determine the course and pace of his or her individualized therapeutic program. Following an initial consultation or assessment, JSA offers therapy for clients presenting with the following diagnoses:

• Alternative and Augmentative Communication

• Aphasia

• Apraxia

• Articulation Disorder

• Auditory Processing Disorder

• Autism Spectrum Disorder

• Cerebral Palsy

• Cognitive Aspects of Communication (attention, memory, problem solving, executive function)

• Craniofacial Disorder

• Down Syndrome

• Dysarthria

• Dysphagia (swallowing)

• Expressive Language Delay/Disorder

• Fluency Disorder (stuttering/cluttering)

• Genetic Disorder

• Language-Based Learning Difficulties

• Neurogenic Disorder

• Orofacial Myofunctional Disorder

• Phonological Disorder

• Receptive Language Delay/Disorder

• Traumatic Brain Injury

• Voice Disorder (Resonance, Quality, Pitch)

JSA therapists have extensive background in developing and implementing therapeutic plans including functional, measurable goals. We embrace a multidisciplinary approach and collaborate with a variety of specialists including:

• Speech-Language Pathologists

• Audiologists

• Clinical Psychologists

• Neuropsychologists

• Educational Professionals

• Behavior Consultants

• Medical Professionals

• Dental Professionals

• Occupational Therapists

• Physical Therapists

• Special Education Advocates

• Case Coordinators

 

Educational Therapy and Enrichment Programs

What is Educational Therapy?

Educational Therapy offers those with learning difficulties an individualized approach holistically designed to create a better understanding of how to recognize and apply strengths in order to overcome and compensate for weaknesses.

Common Signs of Educational Difficulties

  • Poor reading rate and accuracy
  • Inaccurate spelling
  • Letter reversals
  • Poor written expression
  • Decreased reading comprehension
  • Difficulty solving word problems
  • Limited attention span
  • Challenges in math calculation or math fact fluency
  • Trouble with visual or auditory memory
  • Below grade level performance

Educational Therapy Benefits Those

  • Diagnosed with a learning disability
  • Identified as having learning difficulties/differences by a Speech-Language Pathologist or Educator
  • May succeed with customized learning strategies and one-to-one settings
  • Have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or a 504 Plan

Additional Benefits of Educational Therapy

  • Improved self-confidence
  • Enhanced motivation to learn
  • Increased class participation

JSA Educational Program Details

  • Baseline Evaluations & Measurable Goals
  • Progress reports
  • Variety of Research-Based Methods
  • Study Skills, Note Taking & Organization Skills
  • Individual or Small Group Programs
  • Focus on Remediation or Enrichment
  • Collaboration with family members, teachers, service providers and other stake-holders
  • Convenient After-School Sessions ~ open until 7pm

In addition to other educational approaches we offer research-based instruction using the following techniques:

  • Seeing Stars® Program for Reading Fluency & Spelling
  • Visualizing and Verbalizing® Program for Cognitive Development, Comprehension, & Thinking
  • Talkies® Program for Oral Language Comprehension & Expression
  • Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing® Program for Reading, Spelling, and Speech (LiPS®)
  • On Cloud Nine® Math Program Visualizing & Verbalizing for Math
  • SPELL-Links to Reading and Writing™: A Word Study Curriculum
  • Plan to Succeed!: JSA’s Executive Functioning Program

JSA Education Programs

  • Summer FUNdamentals A month-long camp offering "Ready, Set, Read", "Visualizing & Verbalizing", and "Second to None" with instruction in reading fluency, writing, reading comprehension, and mathematical calculations and reasoning skills.
  • Plan to Succeed! A one-week camp focusing on executive functioning skills offered in mid August to start students off on the right foot in the new school year. Grades 5 - 8.
  • Winter Solstice Additional sessions available during winter break
  • Spring Fling Additional sessions available during spring break
  • Fall and Spring Small Group Sessions
  • Seeing Stars® Program for Reading Fluency & Spelling
  • On Cloud Nine® Math Program Visualizing & Verbalizing for Math

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