♦ Program aimed at infants and children between the ages of 0 to 5 years with apparent developmental deficiencies
♦ An interdisciplinary screening is performed between the psychologist and the speech pathologist to determine possible referrals for evaluation.
♦ We offer short tests for children ages 0-21 with suspected language, speech, hearing, eating, and swallowing difficulties (dysphagia) to determine the need for a formal evaluation.
Screening for adults
♦ We offer short tests for individuals 21 years of age and older with suspected difficulties in the areas of language, speech, cognition, hearing, eating, and swallowing (dysphagia), to determine the need for a formal evaluation.
Pediatric evaluation and diagnosis
♦ Formal evaluation for children 0-21 years with difficulties in the areas of language, speech and hearing, to determine the need for treatment
Adult evaluation and diagnosis
♦ Formal evaluation for people over 21 years of age with difficulties in the areas of language, speech, hearing and cognition, to determine the need for treatment
Evaluation in feeding and swallowing (dysphagia)
♦ Non-instrumental evaluation for children and adults with feeding and swallowing difficulties
♦ Includes evaluation for individuals with a selective, sensory and neurogenic eating profile.
Audiological screening and evaluation
♦ Basic audiology evaluation including tympanometry, pure tones, otoacoustic emissions, and otoscopy
♦ Pure-tone screening and otoacoustic emissions
Auditory Processing Assessment
♦ Assessment aimed at children over 7 years of age who have the skills to follow instructions and read. It seeks to evaluate the capabilities of the individual to process auditory information.