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Individual & Small Group
Speech Therapy Sessions

Individual and group therapy sessions will last 45 minutes to an hour on a weekly basis, depending on the client’s specific needs and profile. We will work on specific skills related to the needs of the individual such as social skills (e.g., friendships, dating, social safety, nonverbal language, and self-advocacy), independent living skills (e.g., budgeting, cooking, cleaning), executive functioning (time management, planning and prioritizing, making and keeping appointments), and college/career planning and development.

Consultations with other professionals in the client's team will be offered to ensure overall individual success.


Cognitive Remediation Therapy

If you or your loved one are experiencing any difficulties in the areas of executive functioning, memory, social-cognition, attention, language, or visuospatial skills, a cognitive-communication evaluation is recommended. These areas can be impaired due to a Brain Injury, Stroke, Concussion, COVID-19 or Dementia. A Cognitive-Communication Evaluation identifies strengths and weakness in the cognitive areas.

Depending on your needs, cognitive remediation therapy may help you: 

  • improve speech to make it clearer;

  • express thoughts more effectively;

  • better understand what you read;

  • improve attention during daily tasks and activities;

  • Improve memory using tools like memory books, calendars, and to-do lists;  

  • improve problem-solving, planning, and organization skills;

  • work on social skills, such as reading social cues and taking turns in conversation


Community Outings & Social Skills Groups

We offer community outings for our young-adult clients, where we plan local trips into the Middlesex and Union County community to practice communication skills in a naturalistic community-based setting. 


Our social skills groups are in office and focus on teaching and practicing specific communication skills such as: 

  • Handling Change/Rigidity 

  • Building Confidence in ourselves, social situations, and with others 

  • Advocating for oneself 

  • Waiting our turn/pausing appropriately in conversation

  • Keeping thoughts in our head vs. saying thoughts out loud 

  • Reciprocal Conversation

  • Problem Solving

  • Emotional Regulation


Additional Services

Adolescent and Adult Autism Evaluations

Executive Function Coaching

Cognitive Deficit Support Groups

Single Session Consultation

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