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B&W Bulb
Services Provided in home or  online!

Individual therapy services are provided to address the various needs of our clients. Sessions are scheduled for 30-60 minutes depending on the needs of the child. 

In person home based services are available as well as teletherapy. 

Home based services are limited to Anchorage at this time.  


Monday: 9-11:30, 4:30-7:00

Thursday: 4:30-7:00

Friday: 9:30-7:00

Saturday: 10:00-3:30

Currently accepting new clients! No waiting list!

Language Learning Disabilities
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Receptive Language-

  • comprehension

  • following directions

Expressive Language- 

  • grammar

  • syntax

  • asking and answering questions

  • limited vocabulary

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Articulation and Phonological Processing Disorders
  • Evidence Based therapy processes customized to your child

  • Play based therapy increases engagement for your student

  • Pronunciation of words or speech sounds

  • Phonemic Awareness

  • Speech that is hard to understand

  • Difficulty saying certain sounds

  • Distorting sounds like "s", "l", and "r"

  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)

  • Weekly home practice is provided to increase generalization and decrease time in therapy

Functional Communication
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Individuals who use AAC have severe expressive communication disorders that are characterized by impairments in speech, language, reading, and writing. AAC not only represents existing language but also is a tool to aid in expressive and receptive language acquisition and literacy development.


AAC is typically divided into two broad categories—unaided and aided.

Unaided forms of AAC do not require an external tool. Unaided forms require some degree of motor control. An example would be gestures, signs, vocalizations, etc.

Aided forms of AAC require some form of external support—either electronic or nonelectronic. Nonelectronic aided forms are often referred to as "light-tech" or "low-tech." For example, pictures, objects, writing , communication boards and books. Electronic forms are referred to as "high-tech." An example of this would be a speech generating device (SGD) such as an iPad with AAC app installed.

In The News
Appraising Apraxia

When a speech sound disorder is severe,how do you know if it is childhood apraxia of speech?

July 12, 2015

Step Away from the Sippy Cup.

Sippy Cups became all the rage in the 1980s, along with oversized shoulder pads, MC Hammer parachute pants, and bangs that stood up like a water spout on top of your head.  


January 8, 2014

Beyond Articulation: Don't Forget Reading

I have sometimes felt overwhelmed with the number of children on my caseload who struggle with reading.  It shouldn’t surprise me, as spoken language and hearing speech sounds is the foundation for reading text.

September 22, 2014


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