Speech-Language Pathologists conduct evaluations and customize treatment programs to improve communication disorders such as: articulation, receptive/expressive language, literacy (reading/writing/phonics/comprehension), stuttering/fluency, voice, oral-motor skills, swallowing, feeding, social skills, and hearing loss. We use the following Orton Gillingham® and Lindamood-Bell programs* for our students: Talkies®, Visualizing and Verbalizing®, LiPS®, Seeing Stars®, and On Cloud Nine®.
Occupational Therapists conduct evaluations and customize treatment programs to improve fine motor skills, sensory processing and self-care skills. Occupational Therapists focus on visual-perceptual skills, cognitive skills, sensory processing deficits and fine motor skills related to activities of daily living, evaluations for specialized/adaptive equipment, sensory integration disorders, visual motor integration and listening therapy.
Physical Therapists conduct evaluations and customize treatment programs to improve gross motor skills, balance/coordination, endurance, muscle performance, and posture. Physical Therapists focus on pain management, general strengthening, range of motion, gross motor functioning and other physical issues relating to: walking/gait training, evaluations for specialized/adaptive equipment, gross motor delays (walking, crawling, kicking, throwing, climbing, jumping), torticollis, and neuromuscular deficits.
Literacy / Dyslexia Testing
Is your child struggling with reading? Do you wonder if your child may have a reading disorder? An evaluation can determine if your child has an underlying reading disorder or other issues that negatively impact his/her ability to learn. An evaluation of Speech/Language skills will be completed prior to this evaluation. Identification of signs/symptoms are then identified and further assesment is completed by our trained Speech-Language Pathologists at a separate appointment.
A pure tone threshold screening is completed using a series of pure tones to record the softest decibel (dB) level that a child will respond to at the following frequencies (Hz): 500, 1000, 2000, 4000. This screening is completed using a pure tone audiometer and age-appropriate toys as reinforcement for each response.
ABA Therapists create a custom plan that is specific to each child at Communication Corner and More. This custom plan allows for a treatment plan that perfectly fits your child’s needs. ABA Therapy helps children improve behaviors such as communication or fine motor skills. This process begins with an evaluation, followed by personalized sessions in your own home. Communication Corner and More’s licensed therapy team ensures that your child is fun and engaging to bring your child to their full potential.
A referral is received from the primary care physician.
A comprehensive evaluation is completed by a certified therapist (Speech, Occupational or Physical Therapist, or ABA Specialist).
A treatment plan is created, in writing, to facilitate the improvement of speech/language skills, motor skills and/or sensory disorders.
Families are involved every step of the way being shown how to use newly learned skills in their home and/or school environments.
Discontinuation of therapy services occurs when age-appropriate skills are achieved or when improvement is no longer evident.
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17718 Hunting Bow Circle
Lutz, FL 33558
2370 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544
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