Speech Therapy and Other Services

  • Assessment and treatment for adults, adolescents and children (2 and older)
  • Cognitive-communication, communication and articulation disorders, both acquired and developmental
  • Stroke, TBI, mild TBI, voice, vocal cord disorder/paradoxical vocal fold motion, swallowing disorders, head and neck cancer pre and post radiation/surgery assessment and consultation, ALS/MS, Parkinson's
  • Augmentative communication - low tech and high tech
  • Services provided in your home or workplace
  • Tailored assessment and treatment to fit individual needs
  • Assessment and treatment of both acute and chronic communication disabilities

Models of Treatment


  • Direct 1:1, small group as appropriate
  • Indirect including consultation, collaboration
  • Emphasis on treatment in context and familiar environments
  • Inclusive models of managing developmental disabilities
  • Family training, caregiver training
  • Vocational and avocational focus
  • Health literacy
  • Integrating motor and cognitive/communication goals
  • Functional, real-life situations


Specific Methods

  • Lee Silverman Voice Treatment Certified
  • Neuro Developmental Treatment for Adults with Hemiplegia Certified
  • PROMPT trained
  • Modified Barium Swallow Impairment Certified
  • Lidcombe Method for stuttering trained

Do I need ABA or speech-language therapy?

It is easy to get confused or even misled as to whether you need ABA services, and/or speech-language services.  

This blog can help you understand and to determine what's best for you.

Funding Assistance

If you need financial assistance to participate, select the link below for information about Ben's Fund - Families for Effective Autism Treatment.



Helping people with Autism reach their full potential  

Ben's Fund provides grant opportunities to families across Washington state who need financial assistance with requests related specifically to their child's and young adult's autism spectrum disorder treatments. From therapies to equipment, we support our local families by easing some of the financial strain associated with autism.