Speech Therapy For All
Therapy from the comfort of your own home.
Our therapists are highly specialized and trained in all areas of speech, language and feeding with over 20 years of related experience. We strive in helping patients and their caregivers meet their communication, habilitative and rehabilitative needs. Our therapists’ specialized training includes: SOS approach to feeding therapy, PROMPT training (Level I and II), swallowing disorder training, and AAC facilitation and communication ( low and high tech).
In addition, our therapists have extensive knowledge and experience working with populations from birth through adulthood and have covered a wide range of genetic, developmental and neurogenic disorders. Over the years, our therapists have gathered experience and crafted their expertise in a wide variety of settings, from early intervention, home care, schools, inpatient rehabilitation, and private practice.
We aim to provide the highest quality comprehensive care, and are committed to a team approach. We frequently collaborate with various professionals including pediatricians, specialized physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, nutritionists, social workers and psychologists, in order to treat each individual as a whole, and meet their most comprehensive needs.
Steven Rossi M.S. CCC-SLP TSSLD
Steven received his Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Adelphi University in 2007. Steven has been a clinical supervisor, working with pediatric clients for the past years. Steven has also served as a senior speech pathologist working with adults with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities (Autism, Cerebral Palsy) in an outpatient facility. Steven is an active member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. Steven is PROMPT trained and has experience in language development, PECS and AAC therapy (Proloquo2go, Dynavox, Snap Core, Touch Chat) Sequential Oral Sensory feeding therapist, expressive and receptive language disorders, swallowing disorders, dysfluency (stuttering/cluttering), childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), auditory processing disorders, developmental/neurological disorders, and aphasia.