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Who We Treat

 

Watch your child grow and reach their fullest
communicative potential.

 

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Speech & Language Therapy

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Unlock your child’s communicative potential.  Find out more about Speech and Language therapy here!

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Feeding Therapy

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Getting proper nutrition both at the beginning of life and throughout early childhood is critical to neural development. Is your baby not taking bottles? Is your toddler a picky eater? Find out more about Feeding Therapy here.
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What Parents are Saying About Mel

Picky eater- no more. Mel never gave up on my son, who had severe reflux and food aversions. She has helped my son become confident at meal time and he is no longer under weight!

Highly recommend Mel to any parent who is concerned about their child’s speech. With Mel’s patience, I can finally understand my daughter.

Mel’s caring and compassion helped my daughter with a severe language delay. She is dedicated and excellent at what she does!

Mel helped my son eat foods that he never would try before. Thanks Mel! You’ve made meal time fun and not stressful!

Just wanted to say THANK YOU! Mel- you’ve taught my husband and I so much about how language develops. You’ve helped our daughter communicate effectively and we are so thrilled at how she has progressed under your guidance!

My son absolutely adores Mel. He runs up to the door as soon as he sees her car in our driveway.

Mel’s talents with children are undeniable. Evident from our initial meeting, Mel truly cares and loves my daughter and is helping her reach her fullest potential.

My son is eating! A variety of foods!

Mel helped educate my husband and I to make sure our post NICU baby was feeding safely. Thank you for her expertise!

About

Melissa received her Bachelor of Science degree from George Washington University and her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Molloy College.
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The Relationship Between Infant Hearing Loss and Speech Development

| Language Development, Parent Education | No Comments

Hearing loss is one of the most dominant birth defects in the USA. Statistics indicate that in every 1,000 infants, 3 of them already have hearing loss.  Children may be…

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