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Our Services

Speech, Language & Literacy Center provides the highest-quality services and customer satisfaction for all your speech-language and therapy needs.

Our goal is to assist you in obtaining your optimal level of communication in all areas of your or your child's life. We will work closely with you and your loved ones to assist you with reaching the quality of life and the communication skills you deserve. 

We view every client as an individual, with specific needs, and we pride ourselves in providing differential diagnoses and superior treatment through our holistic and collaborative approach, working closely with other professionals that may be assisting you or your child. Using a personalized approach with implementation of both traditional as well as innovative treatment methods, we treat both children and adults at our Home Office in Purcellville.

Specializing in helping individuals with the following disorders:
  • Articulation/Phonological

  • Executive Functioning Disorders (including memory, organization, time management, etc)

  • Receptive /Expressive Language Delay

  • Fluency/Stuttering

  • Myofunctional (Tongue Thrust)

  • Auditory Processing Disorder

  • Specific Learning Disability

  • Dyslexia

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Phonological Awareness

  • Pragmatic Language / Social Skills

  • Cognitive Communication

  • Aphasia/Apraxia

  • Dysarthria

  • Dysphagia (Swallowing Disorders)

Additional Services:

The following programs, which require additional certification and/or training, are used as needed to supplement traditional therapy depending on the unique needs of each individual.  Several of these programs can be completed at home as well as in the clinic.

PROMPT Training

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PROMPT, is an acronym for PROMPTS for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets. PROMPT is a program used by trained therapists to assist with facilitation of oral-motor skills in the development of speech production through use of shaping, revising or integrating articulators (jaw, tongue, lips) for the most effective, functional treatment outcomes.

Visualizing / Verbalizing Training

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Visualizing and Verbalizing is a research validated approach to assist children with cognitive development, language comprehension and thinking.   Often times children will demonstrate a weakness in reading comprehension which is associated with difficulty creating pictures in their head of the text they are reading.  This is known as weak concept imagery. Visualizing and Verbalizing can help.

Interactive Metronome Provider®

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Interactive Metronome® (IM) is an evidence-based training and assessment tool in which an individual uses headphone, a computer screen, and a rhythmic beat to perform a variety of exercises while trying to stay on this beat. Studies have shown that IM is effective in improving timing, attention, cognition, working memory, speech-language issues, executive function, motor coordination, mental processing speed and more.

Fast ForWord® Program

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The Fast ForWord® program is a series of computer-delivered brain fitness exercises designed to produce dramatic language and reading improvements. Fast ForWord’s brain-based approach results in strong cognitive skills that are core to reading and language, like memory, attention, processing, and sequencing. Other reading skills, such as phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, grammar, fluency, and comprehension are also targeted.

Right Eye

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A vision related learning problem can actually be at the core of a learning disability. As many as 1 in 4 children have a vision problem that affects learning.  According to Wendy Beth Rosen, author of The Hidden Link Between Vision and Learning, millions of learning-disabled children are misdiagnosed. She also mentions in her book that 15 out of the 18 symptoms of ADHD are present with a vision problem; and 13 of the 17 symptoms of dyslexia are also present with a vision problem.  Right Eye, with its five-minute, non-invasive test, can assist with a differential diagnosis by determining the eye-movement of an individual who may be struggling in school.  RightEye precisely measures and records eye movement during a reading task, to deliver objective, graphical results in the form of a Reading EyeQ report.


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The Orton-Gillingham Approach is a language-based, multisensory, structured, sequential, and cumulative way to teach literacy when reading, writing, and spelling does not come easily to individuals, such as those with dyslexia.

The Listening Program

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The Listening Program is a music-based auditory stimulation method that “trains the brain” to help improve the auditory skills needed to effectively listen, learn and communicate.

Reading Assistant Plus

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Oral reading is critical in improving reading fluency, comprehension, and prosody. Reading Assistant Plus is an innovative online guided reading tool that provides intensive reading practice.

The Movement Program

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The Movement Program engages students in a research-based 12-week movement program proven to improve reading, academic performance, and English exam results.

Sleep Genius

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Studies have shown that individuals who regularly get an adequate amount of sleep have improved attention, behavior, learning, memory, and overall mental and physical health. Sleep Genius is a sound-based sleep aid used nightly to gently train your brain into natural healthy sleep rhythms.

Vital Stim Therapy

Vital Stim, is a non-invasive, external electrical stimulation therapy, also known as a type of neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES).  It is used to treat both the pediatric and adult population with dysphagia/swallowing disorders.

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