Blog - National Therapy Center

Transition to School: Part C to Part B

By Emily Wolski, MS, CCC-SLP As an Early Interventionist in Washington DC, I’ve seen the process families experience to transition from their early intervention services to Pre-K 3 many times.  For the caregivers, however, this process can be new, intimidating, and convoluted at times.   If a family is actively […]

Indirect Feeding Therapy

By: Giorgea Kalampalikis M.S. CCC-SLP Indirect feeding therapy aims to make food exploration fun and naturalistic outside of a typical mealtime. There are many ways to expose your child to new foods without the expectation that they need to sit down at the table for a meal and consume it. […]

Speech Screenings

By: Dana Fensterman, MA, CCC-SLP Do you have questions regarding your child’s speech/language skills, but don’t know what to do next? A screening might be the perfect place to start. A speech/language screening is an SLP’s brief first glimpse of a child’s speech and language skills. It is used to […]

Pediatric Occupational Therapy Referral

Could my child benefit from Occupational Therapy? Occupational Therapists support children experiencing challenges that interfere with their ability to safely and successfully partake in daily activities at home, school, or in the community. These activities may include: -Adaptive skills such as dressing, bathing, eating or feeding themselves -Getting to sleep […]

Voice & Feeding Specialty Track

Our feeding and voice services are geared towards empowering your child and family. Are mealtimes stressful? Are you worried that your child isn’t eating diverse foods? Are you worried about your child’s voice quality? If you answered yes to any question above, we are here to assist you.  Here at […]