Bridge Kids of New York
Bridge Kids of New York, LLC is a multidisciplinary team of professionals who provide each family with progressive services that merge evidence-based practices with play-based and social instruction. Team consists of a Licensed Psychologist, Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Certified General and Special Educator, and Speech-Language Pathologist.
Special Programs in Occupational Therapy Services (SPOTS) serves children, ages six months to sixteen years, and their families. As occupational therapists they provide strategies and adaptations to promote functional participation in the areas of play, school, and home. They are committed to fostering a child's growth, self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.
They invest in each child's unique capacity to meet the everyday challenges of the particular environment, culture and community, in which the child lives, plays, learns and loves.
Gift of Gab Speech & Language Experts
Gift of Gab provides you with home-based therapeutic treatment or the option of Telespeech from the comfort of your own home. They also provide screenings, evaluations, and consultations. Their speech language pathologists are based in the New York City area and Long Island. Their whole family approach combines traditional methods with more progressive & innovative techniques. Gift of Gab therapists know how to “think outside of the box” to achieve your maximum potential.
The Manhattan Behavioral Center
MBC provides scientifically based cutting edge treatment and education to children with special needs including those diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The Center’s transdisciplinary model includes Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, sensory integration and family support. Their clinical services are available in their center or in the child’s home.
ChatterboxNYC SLP is the only New York City speech and language clinic where all the clinicians are PROMPT Certified. They have many years of combined experience specializing in the treatment of children with neuromuscular disorders (apraxia and dysarthria), autism, and language-based learning delays/disorders. ChatterboxNYC SLP has extensive training in working with multidisciplinary teams. They believe it is imperative that a team approach is utilized to have lasting effects. Both individual and group sessions are offered.
Talking Toddlers Speech Therapy
Emily Carlin is a speech language pathologist serving children in Manhattan, NY. She is certified by ASHA (American Speech-Language Hearing Association) and licensed in New York. She also holds a Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) license. Her background in pediatric speech therapy includes comprehensive experience working in both private and public schools, as well as outpatient clinics, and sensory gyms. Emily currently works with toddlers, preschoolers, and school-age children with a variety of speech and language difficulties. She conducts evaluations and has experience in the treatment of children with a variety of speech and language needs, including Autism.
Smile Center of NY
The SMILE Center strives to provide the highest quality of pediatric occupational, physical and speech therapy services. Their therapists treat the whole child by addressing the systemic sensory and postural needs, as well as supporting social-emotional, communicative and affective development. Their goal is to facilitate optimal functional outcomes and autonomy in all of the children that they serve.
City Sounds of NY
City Sounds of NY (CSNY) is a pediatric based speech-language pathology center serving the New York metropolitan area. It’s CSNY’s belief that to successfully participate in family, social, and academic activities a child must first develop a foundation to communicate effectively and perform basic social/living skills. In addition to individual and group therapy sessions, CSNY provides a full range of services for children with speech, language and oral-motor disorders. These services include: Screenings, Consultations, Evaluations, and special programs to encourage collaboration with schools, physicians, and other related service providers.
Good Dog Foundation
The Good Dog Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides therapy dog services to people in health care, social service, educational and community facilities. Our students have been visited by canine volunteers and their owners in the past, and these friendly dogs helped our students become more comfortable around animals and learn animal care skills such as dog walking, brushing, and simple playing.