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    Programs that offer individual or group therapy sessions to assist people who have receptive or expressive language difficulties. Sessions usually focus on concept development, word sequencing (syntax), and word choice (vocabulary) as well as on the development or improvement of listening skills.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Community and School-Based Resource CenterSpeech/language, psychological, physical and occupational therapy, audiologic assistive device/augmentative communication, functional vision, educational achievement, developmental assessment, vocational assessment, and activities of daily living assessment.DauphinCapital Area Intermediate UnitCapital Area Intermediate Unit
    Green Woods Charter SchoolThe purpose of the special education department at Green Woods Charter School is to provide Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) to students with disabilities. At Green Woods, we want to ensure that students with disabilities find success in a regular education setting. A student may receive additional services if the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team determines that related services are required for that student to make adequate academic progress in the general curriculum. These services include but are not limited to speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, remedial reading, and counseling. PhiladelphiaGreen Woods Charter School - Philadelphia; RoxboroughGreen Woods Charter School
    HMS School for Children With Cerebral Palsy - Residential ProgramProvides students an environment with a 5-day or 7-day school-year option. Offers comfortable home-away-from-home space for students’ bedrooms, belongings and personal care. Spacious and cheerful, the residence looks out to HMS’s courtyard garden and the University City streetscape. The nursing department ensures 24-hour continuity of care between school and residence. Also offers a transition experience from adolescence to young adulthood, preparing students with skills and readiness, confidence building and assertiveness, emotional support and social facility. We encourage this option as a way to prepare for life after 21.PhiladelphiaHMS School for Children With Cerebral Palsy - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaHMS School for Children With Cerebral Palsy
    Liberty at Home - In-Home Skilled CareProvides older adults with physician-coordinated services within the comfort of their own home. Certified home health aides provide social work services and other support services. Services include: - Cardiac rehabilitation - Wound care services - Physical, speech language and occupational therapies - Nursing care such as on-going monitoring and management of medical conditionsMontgomeryLiberty Lutheran - Liberty at HomeLiberty Lutheran
    Lifesteps, Inc. - Speech and Language Therapy - BeaverUsing the results from a Speech, Language, Hearing Screening, or diagnostic evaluation, the individual's strengths and weaknesses are determined and long and short-range goals are established. Appropriate techniques are then utilized to maximize their communication abilities. Preschool, school-aged children, and adults may be eligible for speech and language therapy services.BeaverSpeech and Hearing ServicesLifesteps
    Melmark - Ancillary Services and Healthcare SupportMelmark provides a range of medical and healthcare services, including 24-hour nursing, as well as ancillary services supported by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals. Whatever healthcare issues arise, Melmark is prepared to address them comprehensively and completely. Melmark staff recognize the important relationship between social development, recreational, and athletic activities. Well equipped for a variety of activities, Melmark facilities include a multi-service recreation center, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, interactive playgrounds, a large gymnasium, and state-of- the-art physical, occupational, music, art, and speech therapy areas. These provide individuals the space in which to move, have fun, learn, and play. Our 80-acre campus allows for a variety of outdoor learning activities such as gardening, therapeutic horseback riding (Hippotherapy) in outdoor and indoor arenas, and many athletic activities. In addition, residents visit the surrounding community regularly for shopping, exercise, and entertainment. Campus-Based Ancillary Services: Speech & language therapy. Occupational therapy & multi-sensory integration. Physical therapy. Rehabilitation and recovery centers. Therapeutic horseback riding (in coordination with OT & PT). Animal-assisted activities. Adaptive physical education. Aquatics instruction and recreation. Music instruction and performance. The Multi-disciplinary Team: Certified special education teachers. Board-certified behavior analysts. Licensed clinical psychologists. Licensed clinical social workers. Licensed PT, OT, and speech therapists. Master’s and doctoral-level therapists. Registered nurses and certified nurse practitioner. Physicians dental, vision, audiology, and podiatry specialists on- site weekdays; on-call 24 hours. Psychiatric and psychological services. Feeding and nutrition specialists.Chester*Main Site (Melmark)Melmark
    Nexus School - School for Children with AutismNEXUS students are be grouped according to academic achievement, language ability, learning capacity, and relational development. Instruction takes place in small groups of up to four children and a teacher, with the children assigned by skill level in the topic being addressed. Students are regrouped according to their strengths/weaknesses in each subject. Classes are conducted simultaneously in close proximity, to foster opportunities for the children to become familiar and comfortable with each other. - The Nexus School is a private academic school licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of Education. - The Nexus School serves students within the autism spectrum and is certified to serve students kindergarten through eighth grade. - Services available for students are speech therapy and occupational therapy.MontgomeryThe Nexus School - Montgomery; RoslynNexus School
    Quest Therapeutic Services - Physical, Occupational, & Speech TherapiesQuest Therapeutic Services is dedicated to providing effective and comprehensive evaluation, ongoing assessment, and the most current therapeutic strategies to children ages birth to young adult with neuromuscular impairments, developmental delays or other various motor or language impairments. Our therapists’ expertise comes from years of higher education, experience, training, and an unending passion to help children improve their lives. We work together with families to foster involvement and maximize the effectiveness of the creative strategies provided by our therapists in your home, school, community, or our state-of-the art facility. Although our therapy is clinical in nature, your child will feel that their job is to have a fun experience with our caring staff and creative approaches. We offer: Physical Therapy - focuses on postural control, balance, strength and motor development to increase independence and mobility. Occupational Therapy - helps children master self-care such as dressing and feeding, and play and socialization skills. Emphasis is placed on sensory processing and developing fine gross and motor skills. Speech Language Therapy - focuses on all areas of communication such as: oral/motor strengthening, swallowing, expressive/receptive language development, auditory processing, fluency, and articulation.Chester*Main Site (Quest Therapeutic Services)Quest Therapeutic Services
    Small Steps in Speech Foundation - DonationsSmall Steps In Speech is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to help children with speech and language disorders. It is a means to help fund the progress towards a child's speech and language goals through this grant. Our goal is to give children the chance to better express themselves in the world in which we live. With your help through generous donations, you can change the life of not only a child but also their family. The Foundation was created in honor of SSG Marc Small. It is intended that the Foundation will initially focus on helping children who have speech and/or language disorders. The Board of Directors will review and provide grants or aid to such organizations and/or individuals as it sees fit. The foundation shall be operated exclusively for charitable, and/or educational purposes by making contributions to qualifying charitable organizations or for charitable purposes as permitted by law.*Main Site (Small Steps in Speech)Small Steps in Speech
    Speech/Language Disorders - GrantsThe Foundation was created in honor of SSG Marc Small. It is intended that the Foundation will initially focus on helping children who have speech and/or language disorders. The Board of Directors will review and provide grants or aid to such organizations as it sees fit. The foundation shall be operated exclusively for charitable, and/or educational purposes by making contributions to qualifying charitable organizations or for charitable purposes as permitted by law. Applications are reviewed and awards are granted through quarterly meetings of the Board of Directors of Small Steps in Speech. Awarded grants are sent to third party professional service providers after completion of a contract for services on behalf of the child.*Main Site (Small Steps in Speech)Small Steps in Speech
    Student Services ProgrammingProvides a variety of special services including; referral assistance, educational diagnosis, audiological evaluation, speech and language therapy, occupational and physical therapy, educational programs for children with disabilities, assistive technology and partial hospitalization.CumberlandCapital Area Intermediate UnitCapital Area Intermediate Unit

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