School Contracts

Our goal is to support schools, students, and families by providing comprehensive speech and language evaluations and high-quality treatment. 

 

Our speciality areas include:

– Social cognitive evaluations

– Articulation, phonology, and childhood apraxia of speech

– Specific language disorder and the impact on phonological awareness and reading comprehension

There are many reasons why your district might need to contract with us:

  • To cover short-term or long-term staff leaves or absences
  • To reduce caseload demands on current therapists
  • To ensure that IEP deadlines can be met by contracting for evaluations
  • To determine if a child requires a specific program, curriculum, or technique
  • To meet the needs of a complex student by matching them with a therapist with a specialized skillset

Frequently Asked Questions

What sets your therapy apart from other contracting companies or staffing agencies?

We are not a staffing agency, and therefore, our primary goal is NOT to fill position. Rather, we are completely clinician owned and run. This makes us uniquely positioned to match our clinician’s skillset with the needs of the children in your district. We care about your students and guarantee the highest-quality services. Our therapists have training in: PROMPT, AAC, LiPS, Visualizing and Verbalizing, Lively Letters, and more. Our therapy can be conducted in-person or virtually.

What sets your evaluations apart from the big contracting companies?

We pride ourselves in providing high-quality, individualized evaluations to the students in your district. We do not utilize “templates” or “fill-in-the blank” evaluations. Speech and language evaluations are an important component of your students’ team evaluations. Our therapists understand the importance of conducting thorough, legally-defensible evaluations and maintaining IEP timelines. We specialize in language and literacy, articulation and phonology, and social skills evaluations. 

Our evaluations include:

– Reviewing records and conducting case histories

– Interviewing teachers, parents, and other related service providers

– Administering standardized and clinical assessment tools

– Performing high-quality observations of students programming

– Interpreting results and writing evaluation reports

– Participating in team meetings to help determine eligibility and make recommendations for services

– Presenting results at IEP meeting

Our evaluations can be conducted virtually or in-person.