We were featured in a Podcast!
The lovely folks over at Zebra Ears Podcast had us on to chat about Early Speech and Language Development. Give it a listen here, or wherever you get your podcasts!
We are Speech Therapists, and we are here to help!
We know that it has been tough. We know how frustrated you and your child feel right now. You have tried many things already that have not worked. You just want your child to feel normal, be confident, to read aloud and ultimately be happy. We do things differently at RLLC. When you work with our dynamic team, you will get the results you want and it will be the last place you need to go.
Early Identification Is Key
RLLC’s therapists have the expertise to help with early identification of speech, language and literacy delays. Our work focuses on the whole child. This means that RLLC looks beyond the traditional articulation and language deficits. We are skilled literacy experts and understand the impact of not identifying children early. Our focus at The Reading and Language Learning Center is to provide you with an individualized treatment plan to enable your child to reach their full potential!
Giving the Gift of Reading
"In eight months, the Reading and Learning Center (RLLC) has transformed reading and writing for our son. What had been a source of tremendous frustration and angst -- for everyone in the family -- has become a source of pride and accomplishment. Despite hurdles and barriers thrown up by a global pandemic, technology and all the rest, RLLC has given our son an impressive array of tools and skills to master reading and writing. We are forever thankful, and our son continues to grow and learn with the help of RLLC’s team."
We are Skilled Literacy Experts
Our areas of expertise include language and learning disabilities, reading disorders, accent reduction, cognitive rehabilitation, phonemic awareness, speech and sound disorders and diagnostic testing.
Language & Learning Disabilities
Speech Sound Disorders
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We realized early on that many children were lacking the foundational skills for reading and spelling. They were not receiving the necessary support in their school environments so we developed a multisensory reading program, called Sounds2Print™ which addresses reading through a systematic process.