CAMP FRIENDSHIP & SUMMER GROUPS
We are available to present on a variety of topics for parent groups, school and day care staff, university programs, and community programs. Topics are tailored to the learning interest of the group and may include: speech and language development, activities to enhance speech and language development, when to be concerned/Q&A about typical language development, social language development, feeding and oral-motor development, and early intervention.
INDIVIDUAL THERAPY SESSIONS
June 19 - July 28, 2017
Our intensive therapeutic day camp program for children ages pre-K through 1st grade (4 to 6 years old) involves both OT and speech-language therapy components. The program operates at the Skills on the Hill & Capitol Kids Therapy offices in Capitol Hill: 405 8th St NE & 201 Massachusetts Ave NE (Capitol Hill).
Summer Groups for written language, reading and social skills may also be available pending appropriate peer matches. Please call us or email to inquire about summer groups.
60 minute session which includes 50 minutes of direct time with the child and 10 minutes to review observations, progress, and recommendations for home and school with the caregiver. Treatment focuses on predetermined areas of weakness identified through an initial evaluation.
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60 minute session which includes 50 minutes of direct time with the child and 10 minutes to review observations, progress, and recommendations for home and school with the caregiver. We are trained in Debra Beckman's oral motor approach, Food Chaining, and Lori Overland's "Sensory-Motor Approach to Feeding". Feeding therapy is individualized and combines both sensory-motor methods and behavioral strategies designed to meet the needs for each child.
60 minute group of two to five children who are experiencing similar areas of weakness. Typically, children in a group will begin receiving individual therapy and then move into a small group with children who are an appropriate match for the child.
Includes a combination of structured/standardized testing and clinical observations to assess speech and language strengths and weaknesses. Based on your child's needs testing may include: assessment of articulation skills, expressive and receptive language testing, assessment of word finding, language processing, critical thinking skills, written language abilities and social language skills. Assessment duration will vary based on your child's needs. Additional information is obtained from caregivers and teachers via questionnaire and interview. The fee includes a comprehensive written report.
60 minute observation of the child may be performed to help address your child's needs at school. A report will be provided to review strengths and weaknesses related to the child's speech and language needs in the classroom. Strategies/recommendations to facilitate generalization of language skills to the classroom and to improve participation and engagement will be provided.
60 minute session which includes 50 minutes of direct time with the child and 10 minutes to review observations, progress, and recommendations for home and school with the caregiver. Treatment focuses on predetermined areas of weakness identified through an initial evaluation. Our therapists are trained in a variety of methods including but not limited to : PROMPT therapy for motor planning, Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes, Lori Overland's Sensory-Motor Approach to Feeding, oral-motor therapy, and the Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol.