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Center for Communication and Learning LLC logo

Center for Communication and Learning LLC

Center for Communication and Learning LLC is a private speech-language practice located in Rockville, DC. They provide many services, such as speech and language evaluations, bilingual assessments, social communication assessments, home visits, and school observations. Their therapies help treat a variety of conditions, including articulation and speech disorders, apraxia, phonological disorders, speech and language delays, executive function delays, and spoken language disorders. Pathologists at Center for Communication and Learning LLC are skilled in handling many disorders, ranging from autism, cerebral palsy, and congenital birth defects, to social communication disorders and receptive and expressive language disorders.

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Rockville, MD 20852
Children's Innovative Therapy Group, LLC logo

Children's Innovative Therapy Group, LLC

Children’s Innovative Therapy Group, LLC, located in Bethesda, DC, is a speech and language therapy facility that is specifically geared towards pediatrics. They provide a wide range of therapeutic services, including comprehensive speech, individual and group speech, language and feeding therapies, school observations, and collaboration with other speech-hearing-language professionals. Their therapists and pathologists are highly-skilled and experienced and have degrees from various state universities. Appointments can be made either over the phone or by email.

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Bethesda, MD 20814
Children's Speech and Language Services logo

Children's Speech and Language Services

Children’s Speech and Language Services, located in Falls Church, DC, has been providing speech and language services since their establishment in 1980. They specifically develop each treatment to cater to each child’s individual needs. They provide a variety of therapeutic services such as language therapy, semantic language, pragmatic and social language, feeding evaluations, and treatments for delayed speech, language acquisitions, and parent training. In 2015 they were the recipients of Opencare’s Parent’s Choice Awards, and Best Speech-Language Pathologist in Falls Church.

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Falls Church, VA 22044
Children's Speech Therapy Center logo

Children's Speech Therapy Center

Children’s Speech Therapy Center, located in Ashburn, DC, is dedicated to treating and diagnosing different disorders and impairments that children can be effected by. They provide screenings that identify different ailments, such as receptive language comprehension, expressive language, pragmatic and social language, articulation and sound production, fluency, and voice delays. Consultations are also provided to daycare centers, preschools, and new mothers groups. They can be reached by phone or email to schedule an appointment.

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Ashburn, VA 20147
Dynamic Therapy logo

Dynamic Therapy

Founded in 2016 in Washington, DC, Dynamic Therapy provides comprehensive and compassionate services to improve the client’s quality of life. From pediatrics to geriatrics, their skilled providers are there for you through every stage of life. Dynamic Therapy offers consultations to families, screenings, evaluations, and treatment for speech and language disorders. They believe in delivering quality assessments and therapy services by constantly adding to and updating their tests and materials. Dynamic Therapy has a range of standardized and non-standardized assessment tools for all ages and utilizes toys, games, technology as well as traditional pen & paper tasks to develop communication skills and make therapy fun.

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Washington, DC 20003
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Exceptional Children's Center

Exceptional Children’s Center, located in Springfield, DC, is dedicated to providing skilled and personalized speech-language therapy and occupational therapy. Their therapists are committed to exceeding the expectations and requirements of their clients, and effectively addressing every concern regarding the child’s needs. They provide many different therapy services that treat conditions such as articulation, verbal apraxia, phonological disorders, dysfluency, oral-motor disorders, and augmentative alternative communication. They can be contacted either by phone or email to schedule appointment.

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Springfield, VA 22150
Fleming Therapy Services logo

Fleming Therapy Services

With five location throughout the region, Fleming Therapy Services provides Virginia and Washington, DC with hands-on, dedicated, and expert pediatric speech, occupational, and physical therapy services. The large team of licensed and educated therapists and pathologists at Fleming practice a collaborative approach to their treatments, making sure that patients' parents are involved with every step of the process. Fleming offers many types of therapeutic practices, including aquatic therapy, feeding therapy, and augmentative alternative communication. Fleming Therapy Services also offers a free, in-office consultation.

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Centreville, VA 20121
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Impressions Pediatric Care

Impressions Pediatric Care, located in Camp Springs, DC, provides exceptional therapeutic care for children. They provide many services, such as speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, sensory play groups, open gym play, and evaluations. Their speech-language pathologist’s skills address different disorders, including communication impairments, articulation disorders, speech and language impairments due to hearing loss, voice disorders, childhood apraxia, and social skill and pragmatic language impairments. They can be reached by phone and email to request an appointment.

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Camp Springs, MD 20746
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Innovative Speech Therapy

Innovative Speech Therapy was founded by speech-language pathologist Joan Green, and is located in Rockville, DC. In 1986, she earned her Master’s degree in Communication Services and Disorders from Northwestern University. Her therapy services assist in developing functioning skills, self-advocacy, reading comprehension, auditory processing and comprehension, written expression, and verbal expression. Past clients have made testimonials that speak about how remarkable their improvement was, and how their work together has improved not only the quality of their lives, but their functionality as well.

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Rockville, MD 20850
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Little Sprout Therapy

Little Sprout Therapy is a family-centered business based in Bethesda, Maryland, that provides speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, feeding therapy and orofacial myofunctional therapy services in homes, schools and daycares In MD, DC and NoVA. The Little Sprout Therapy team treats children with a wide range of delays and disorders both in person and via teletherapy. Little Sprout Therapists take a holistic approach and work in collaboration with your child's caregiver(s), teachers, dentist, orthodontist, pediatricians and/or any other professional on your child's team. Little Sprout Therapy also serves adults, assisting with myofunctional therapy to treat lisps, habit elimination, and tethered oral tissues (e.g., tongue ties).

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4504 Fairfield Drive, Bethesda, MD 20814
Maryland Speech Therapist, Alisa Bernstein, M.A., CCC-SLP logo

Maryland Speech Therapist, Alisa Bernstein, M.A., CCC-SLP

Maryland Speech Therapist, Alisa Bernstein, M.A., CCC-SLP is a certified speech-language pathologist located in Bethesda, DC. She provides speech therapy services for adults and children, and for those who have suffered from strokes and stuttering. Her sessions can facilitate the treatment of many disorders such as stuttering, childhood speech apraxia, articulation disorders, phonological disorders, and specific language impairment. She also assists those who wish to undergo accent reduction and modification. She can be reached by phone or email to schedule an appointment.

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Bethesda, MD 20814
Simon Says Speech logo

Simon Says Speech

Simon Says Speech, located in Rockville, DC, was founded by Jennifer Simon Triandafilou in 2000. They strive to provide thoughtful treatments that give innovative care which aids in children reaching their full potential. Their services include, but are not limited to, an initial evaluation, articulation therapy, aphasia therapy, and an evaluation consult. Appointments can be booked over the phone or online.

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Rockville, MD 20850
Spectrum Pediatrics, LLC logo

Spectrum Pediatrics, LLC

Spectrum Pediatrics, located in Alexandria, DC, provides their therapeutic services to children with many various developmental disorders and delays. They are passionate about helping children, and they provide their services in a variety of settings, such as in-home, at schools, and in-practice. Therapeutic services that they provide include speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and early childhood education. Their pathologists are skilled in treating many development hurdles that are oftentimes associated with speech impairments.

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Alexandria, VA 22314
Speech of Cake, Inc. logo

Speech of Cake, Inc.

Speech of Cake, Inc. is a speech, language, literacy center based in Alexandria, Virginia. Therapists and teachers work with students in the Washington, DC, metro area, from ages four to seventeen, assisting with difficulties with reading, writing, and articulation. The company's summer enrichment program educates children in literacy, articulation, executive functioning, and social skills during the summer months in Alexandria. Private sessions are also available on a weekly basis at their office in Alexandria.

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8101 Hinson Farm Road STE 118, Alexandria, VA 22306
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The Reading and Language Learning Center

The Reading and Language Learning Center, located in Washington, DC, is a private therapy facility that treats children and adults who are affected by various impairments and disorders. They specialize in the areas of reading disorders, accent reduction, phonemic awareness, sound disorders, speech delays, and learning disabilities. They also provide diagnostic testing, which evaluates and identifies both the disorder as well as its severity, and allows the pathologists to determine the best treatments plan, if one should be needed. Appointments can be scheduled by either the phone or email.

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Washington, DC 20002
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Voicetrainer, located in Washington, DC, is a speech, voice, and communication counseling facility that serves clients both nationally and internationally. They are members of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, The Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, the Social Services at Dartmouth, and Georgetown University Medical Center. Voicetrainer provides therapy services that generally being with a formal speaking evaluation to assess what part of speech needs to be developed by the patient in conjunction with the pathologist.

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Washington, DC 20006

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How do I become a speech therapist assistant?
A: There are three pathways a person can take to become a speech therapist assistant.
  • Option One: Complete a two-year SLPA program
  • Option Two: Have a Bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders and complete the ASHA’s Online SLPA course.
  • Option Three: Have an associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, complete an SLPA certificate program, and complete the ASHA’s Online SLPA course.
Q: How much do speech pathologists make?
A: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median salary for a speech-language pathologist is $80,480 per year or $38.69 per hour. However, this can differ depending on which state you work in, how much you work, and who you work for.
Q: What degree do you need to be a speech pathologist?
A: A speech pathologist needs to complete two degrees: an undergraduate degree and a graduate degree. The undergraduate degree includes prerequisite courses to qualify for the graduate program. These courses are usually linguistics, phonetics, semantics, psychology, and human development. The graduate degree is in Speech-Language Pathology or Communicative Sciences and Disorders.

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