King's Speech in Connecticut
King’s Speech and Learning in Connecticut
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“For School, Job and Social Success”
At King’s Speech and Learning in Connecticut, we offer holistic management of:
ADD, Dyslexia, Autism, Asperger’s, Auditory Processing, Executive Functioning, Pragmatic Language, Apraxia, Social Anxiety, Selective Mutism, Foreign Dialect
Types of Services:
Speech Therapy, Social Skills Groups, Public Speaking & Interview Training, Reading, Educational Advocacy, Occupational Therapy for home sensory diets, Music Therapy, and Independent School Evaluations
Not Sure what type of service to request …. Call and ask. We would be happy to chat with you about our range of services at King’s Speech and Learning to help with speech, social or academic challenges.
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