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Phone consultations are always FREE of charge! If you have questions or concerns regarding your child’s speech and language skills our therapist is available to discuss via phone consultation. 

Please keep in mind that many times the only way to truly answer questions related to an individuals speech/language skills is to hear them and observe their interactions; a skills screening and/or comprehensive evaluation may be necessary in order to truly determine a child’s need for therapy services.

Speech and Language Screenings

Informal screenings are available at a rate of $35/half hour session.  This informal observational session will allow our therapist to make general observations and insights regarding your child’s speech and language skills. Results will be discussed but no formal documentation provided following these screenings.

 Informal Speech and Language Screenings could include but are not limited to:

  • Oral Motor Assessment
  • Informal Speech/Language Sample
  • Discussion of general impressions include discussion regarding previous test
  • results, academic and developmental performance
  • Discussion of treatment options and overlook of potential treatment plans

Comprehensive Speech and Language Evaluations

 While comprehensive evaluations are not a requirement to initiate treatment they can provide substantial information to the therapist, family and other team members regarding the individuals current level of performance in a given skill area. These assessments can be used to formulate more accurate and effective treatment plans and can be shared with all members of an individual’s treatment plan to insure continuity across services and to provide all team members with a complete picture of the child/individuals strengths and weaknesses.

*Depending on whether or not you plan to have your services reimbursed through your personal insurance it is imperative that you discuss with your provider whether or not a comprehensive evaluation is necessary in order to determine eligibility for services. Likewise, it is important to discuss their coverage of these types of evaluations upfront.

*If the child/individual has previously been assessed (school or otherwise) we can utilize those results initially in beginning our treatment plan, so please bring any previous test results and/or assessment reports for review.

 All comprehensive evaluations begin with completion of a comprehensive case history report and a parental/caregiver interview which allows our therapists to select the most appropriate assessment protocols and create the most individualized treatment plans based on the needs of the individual and his/her family. Assessment results will be presented in a formal document within two weeks of the evaluation session and will include recommendations including whether therapy is warranted and information regarding recommended frequency and length of treatment session.

    Comprehensive Articulation Evaluation:


  • Standardized Articulation and Phonology Assessment
  • Language Sample (if applicable)
  • Oral Motor Assessment
  • Professional written report to include test results and formal recommendations/treatment plan

      Comprehensive Speech and Language Evaluation:


  • Standardized  Language Assessment
  • Standardized Articulation and Phonology Assessment
  • Language sample (if applicable)
  • Oral Motor Assessment
  • Professional written report to include test results and formal recommendations/treatment plan

      Comprehensive Stuttering/Fluency Evaluation:


  • Standardized Fluency Assessment (if age permits)
  • Informal Language/Fluency Sample
  • Professional written report to include test results and formal recommendations/treatment plan

      Augmentative Alternative Communication Evaluations:

    These evaluations are extremely comprehensive and individualized based on the

    needs and skills of the individual client and will vary from case to case.

      Families can expect that an AAC evaluation will include:

  • Assessment of nonverbal communication skills
  • Assessment of access needs (direct selection, switch activation, eye-gaze,etc)
  • Extensive trial period on various systems from low-tech to high-tech in order to determine candidacy and provide a comprehensive feature-matching



Omni Communication’s licensed Speech-Language Pathologist evaluates and treats speech and language difficulties including but not limited to:

  • Apraxia of Speech
  • Articulation and Phonological Process Disorders
  • Auditory Processing Disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Down Syndrome
  • Early Language Delays
  • Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders
  • Fluency Disorders (Stuttering)
  • Language Based Learning Disorders
  • Literacy/Pre-Literacy/Reading Deficits
  • Nonverbal Communication (low-high tech)
  • Pragmatic (social) Language Disorders
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD)
  • Voice Disorders

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