CT Speech Therapy
Connecticut Speech and Occupational Therapy
“For School, Job and Social Success”
Call today at 860-217-0098
Types of Services:
Speech Therapy, Social Skills Groups, Public Speaking & Interview Training, Reading, Educational Advocacy, Occupational Therapy, home sensory diets, Independent School Evaluations. We Take the following insurance; Aetna, Anthem, Connecticare and Cigna.
Types of Problems We Can Help:
ADD, Dyslexia, Autism, Asperger’s, Auditory Processing, Executive Functioning, Pragmatic Language, Apraxia of Speech, Social Anxiety, Selective Mutism, Foreign Dialect, Stuttering, Sensory Processing Disorder, Fine Motor Disorder, and Dyspraxia
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 Center to help with speech, social or academic challenges.
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It’s hard to believe it is the first day of September already! Let me introduce myself to you, my name is Kristi Ash and I am a recent full time addition to King’s Speech and Learning’s Speech Pathologist Staff. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut (Go Huskies!) and my Masters degree
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Dr. Kleiman is a pediatric Neurologist who has a wide and extensive experience working with children of all ages. Dr. Kleiman received a degree in psychology from University of Pennsylvania and her M.D from Temple University School of Medicine. She completed her pediatric training at the Schneider Children’s Hospital in New York and from there