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Introduction to Children's Speech Care Center Website

  1. Thank you for visiting with us
  2. Please bookmark this site
  3. Communicating with you
  4. We are always accessible to you
  5. Getting directions to our clinic
  6. Site Organization
  7. Targeted Sections
  8. The Site is Dynamic
  9. Site Conventions
  10. A final word about this site
  11. You are ready to proceed


Understanding Speech and Language Impairments

  1. General overview about Speech and Language impairments
  2. Learning how Speech and Language diagnoses and treatment are organized
  3. Diagnosis and Treatment flow chart
  4. What we see most often: the (ICD) Diagnosis Codes
    1. Aphasia 784.3
    2. Aphonia 784.41
    3. Auditory Perceptual Processing
    4. Developmental Articulation 315.39
    5. Developmental Language Disorder 315.31
    6. Disorders of Written Expression 787.2
    7. Dysarthria 784.5
    8. Expressive Language Disorder 315.32
    9. Infantile Autism 299.0
    10. Otitis Media 382.9
    11. Social Impairment (Symbolic Dysfunctions) 784.6
    12. Stuttering or Stammering 307.0
    13. Voice Disturbances 784.49
    14. Verbal Dyspraxia 784.69
  5. Other Speech and Language Impairments and Disorders
  6. Links to Medical Directories and Dictionaries


Thinking about your personal needs

  1. You and your child's needs
    1. Perspective
    2. How to discover if your child has a problem
    3. If you do discover your child has a problem, what is next?
    4. Getting your child evaluated
    5. The Specifics
    6. Important considerations if treatment is needed
    7. What now?
  2. Getting educated and keeping up-to-date
    1. The Internet
    2. Libraries
    3. Handouts
    4. Our Glossary of Speech and Language related terms
  3. Selecting a Speech and Language clinic that is right for you.
    1. Your second most important decision
    2. A complete package
    3. Personal Connection
    4. Credentials and References
    5. Past Patient Referrals
    6. Experience and Specialty
    7. Medical Recommendations
    8. Size and Flexibility
    9. The last word about competency
    10. Facilities and Equipment
    11. Tour
    12. Link to printable Clinic Selection Form

  4. Methods of paying for therapy
    1. Private
    2. Insurance
    3. NPA
    4. Regional Centers
    5. Other Resources
  5. Resources for getting additional help
    1. Medical
      1. Pediatricians
      2. Family Physicians
      3. General Internists
      4. Neurologists and Pediatric Neurologists
      5. Otorhinolaryyngologists
      6. Psychiatrists
      7. Child Psychiatrists
      8. Psychologists
      9. Child Psychologists
      10. Marriage and Family Counselors
      11. Licensed Clinical Social Workers
      12. Educational Psychologists
      13. Psychotherapists
      14. Family Therapists
      15. Therapists
      16. Counseling
      17. Audiologists
    2. Educational
      1. Schools and the IEP process
    3. Legal
      1. Lawyers
      2. Advocates
    4. Other Therapeutic Specialists
      1. Occupational Therapists
      2. Physical Therapists
      3. Educational Therapists
      4. Behavioral Therapists
  6. Tell us about yourself
    1. Family and Patient Profile
    2. Patient Survey

Learning about the Speech Center

  1. Historical Overview
  2. Our Treatment Philosophy
  3. Pediatric Speech and Language is our primary focus
  4. Our Shared Foundation
  5. Our Basic Approach
    1. Phase One: Assessment
    2. Phase Two: Treatment Plan
    3. Phase Three: Integration
  6. Speech and Language Therapy: A Description
  7. Early Intervention
  8. Speech and Language Programs
    1. Private Therapy
    2. Semi Private or Small Group Therapy
    3. Social/Play Skill Development Groups
      1. Who may benefit?
      2. Group Objectives
      3. Group Description/Format/Schedules
      4. Kid Talk
  9. Computer Learning
    1. Commercial Software
    2. Software for Speech and Language
    3. Fast ForWord™
  10. Family Participation
    1. In the clinic
    2. Skills for parents at home
    3. Skills for parents in the community
    4. At school
  11. Multidisciplinary Cooperation
    1. Our Concept
    2. Coordination
    3. With your Pediatrician
    4. With you School
    5. With other caregivers and professionals
  12. Meet our staff
    1. Read biographies and credentials
      1. Lynne Alba
      2. Bob Alba
      3. Barbara Mangels
      4. Cheyanne Chen-Jones
      5. Diane Sher
      6. Irma Flores-Condong
      7. Jinger Lough
      8. Kathleen A. Reilly
      9. Lara Miller
      10. Megan Avila
      11. Sarah Morales
      12. Catherine J. Bass
      13. Eryn Inouye
      14. Liza Gutierrez
      15. Maria Worthington
  13. Take a tour of the facilities
    1. Text Tour
    2. Online Streaming Video Tour
  14. Contacting Us
    1. Personal contact page
    2. Make an appointment
    3. Order a brochure
    4. Tell us about your family and child
  15. Important news for parents
    1. Internal Events
    2. Outside Events
  16. Employment and Participation
    1. Employment Opportunities
    2. The Professional Colleague Program
    3. Student and Professional section
  17. Locating us using Map Quest


Discovering avenues for additional help

  1. Consumer Assistance links
    1. Speech and Language Associations
    2. Government Agencies
    3. Non-Profit Agencies
    4. Medical Associations
    5. Sites of interest for parents and families

 

 
 
 
 

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