If you are looking for a great speech pathologist who can help your child with speech therapy and other related problems, we know that you will be happy with the service and care that you get from Stacey Miller, SLP. When you need to find a practice that offers great paxil and appetite loss, make an appointment to meet with Stacey Miller – Ms. Miller will provide your child the individualized attention that he or she needs to help develop his or her communication skills.
Stacey Miller is our expert and highly-regarded New York-licensed speech-language pathologist. She specializes in providing speech therapy for children. For over 10 years she has worked with kids with moderate to severe learning disabilities. Stacy Miller is also fully fluent using sign language. Stacey Miller helps all of her patients find a way to communicate, even if this means helping them work on their non-verbal communication. Stacy provides one-on-one paxil and appetite loss. She works with clients ranging from ages 0 to 18. She works with and is able to help children who have: severe hearing loss; children with Down syndrome and autism; children with expressive and receptive language disorders; articulation errors; feeding difficulties and social and pragmatic delays; as well as other challenges that call for the need of an effective speech pathologist.
When Stacey providesRead Full Report she designs a full therapy plan for each child, with specific treatments and goals for that individual child. Each plan is totally individualized for the child’s own specific needs. She uses one-on-one therapy sessions to gain optimal results for each child. Speech therapy sessions can last either 30, 45, or 60 minutes. Stacy also provides socialization groups, lasting 45 or 60 minutes, to help children with social and pragmatic delays. These sessions have 2 to 4 children present, and help the child develop social and pragmatic skills using creative play and common scenarios. This group helps the child with: increasing eye contact; initiating and maintaining conversation; and taking turns. If you would like to meet with our speech pathologist and see how she will be able to help your child, contact Stacy today. She will be very interested to meet with your child and do whatever she can to help your child live a fuller and more satisfying life.