Speech Therapy Services That Work
Garden State Therapy offers a variety of therapy and rehabilitation services. Our highly qualified therapists will use the most advanced methods to treat you or your beloved ones. Please explore our services and don’t hesitate to call our friendly customer support service for a consultation or to ask any questions.
Garden State Therapy is dedicated to improving kids' and adults' speech, language, and social skills. We thoroughly evaluate each child or adult to identify speech and language deficiencies and provide the appropriate therapy to address them.
At Garden State Therapy, we help parents to navigate the many treatments available for children with autism, and while there are a number of interventions available, it’s Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention (ABA) evidence based programs that emerge as the leading therapy.
At Garden State Therapy, we have a variety of therapy services designed to meet the needs of adults and elderly patients. these services include: speech therapy, swallowing and aphasia related problems.
Our ABA therapists use applied behavior analysis as a form of treatment. Applied Behavior Analysis is the process of studying behavior in order to put into place appropriate behavioral interventions.
Quality of care and evidence based programs is our focus.
Garden State Therapy offers a variety of therapy and rehabilitation services. Our highly qualified therapists will use evidence based methods to treat your beloved ones. Please explore our services and don’t hesitate to call our friendly customer support service for a consultation or to ask any questions.
- Swallowing Disorders
- Behavioral Disorders
- Aphasia related problems
- Educational challenges
- Occupational disorders
Yes, we accept most insurance plans. Please call us or send us a message to verify. Clifton Office: 862 238 7000
West Caldwell Office: 973 287 6144
Please contact our office, we will guide through our simple process. Basically, we need a prescription AND referral from your primary doctor.
Clifton Office: 862 238 7000
West Caldwell Office: 973 287 6144
Some of the goals of speech therapy might include: Improving coordination of speech muscles through strengthening and coordination exercises, sound repetition and imitation. Improving communication between the brain and the body through visual and auditory aids such as mirrors and tape recorders.
Speech Therapy can help with:
1. Articulation Skills/Speech Intelligibility
2. Expressive Language Skills
3. Receptive Language/Listening Skills
4. Speech Fluency/Stuttering
5. Voice and Resonance
6. Social/Pragmatic Language
7. Cognitive-Communication Skills
8. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
9. Swallowing/Feeding Issues
10. Educating and Empowering YOU on how to best help your child.
We will need to evaluate the condition of each patient to decide how many sessions are needed.
By KIM CHANDLER - Associated Press - Thursday, April 20, 2017 MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Families of children with autism won a victory Thursday when the House of Representatives unanimously voted to add Alabama to the states that mandate insurance coverage for a pricey therapy that some parents say has been “life-changing” for their children.
By John McLaughlin There’s no single way to teach children with autism. Regardless of which method a school adopts, though, it’s no mystery what helps them to thrive: calm, not chaos, in the classroom; one-on-one attention from teachers, aides, and therapists; lessons tailored to the individual child’s needs,
Jennifer Miller March 29, 2017 UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Aphasia, a language disorder commonly diagnosed in stroke patients, may not be solely a language issue as traditionally believed, according to a study by Penn State researchers.