Your needs and your
Most private practices and private and nonprofit clinics you will find will be competent to treat your child using a combination of “tried and true methods” and innovative, specific, custom-designed treatment plans.
We cover meeting your child’s specific needs under our title “Selecting a speech and language clinic for your child”. For details, you are encouraged to read this important chapter.
In general, we think you will agree that an ideal choice for an agency be the one that consistently delivers quality care designed specifically for your child and meets his or her needs in a way that maximizes your child’s potential and achieves results. We would also include that the environment in which your child receives intervention be one that they embrace and enjoy. The best possible choice of an organization would include all these qualities.
The second area discussed herein concerns your family’s needs, and we address this in more detail in the above-mentioned chapter as well as in : “Family participation.”
Below is listed many of the elements that
you will want to consider:
are only a few of the issues that will face you and your family. It is
our opinion that these and many other questions must be answered prior
to enrolling your child in any speech and language program.
In the following sections, we try to answer some of the questions you may have, and share our perspective with you.
We have one goal: that you and your child get the most appropriate care possible. We are here to help you, and we would be happy to assist you whether you choose our clinic or not. Please feel free to count on us as a valuable resource for getting the help you need.
For assistance, contact Bob
Alba, Director of Operations.