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Internatinal Association of Orofacial Myology

Pediatric, Adult and Bilingual

Speech Therapy 

Speech impairments include a huge range of disorders and physical impediments. Sometimes their impact is subtle; at other times, they can leave the client traumatized and unable to effectively communicate with others. 

At MC Voice & Speech (MCVS), we help our clients achieve their personal maximum clarity as communicators, by using proven treatments for speech disorders that match each client's unique needs. We help clients learn to communicate with greater ease and proficiency. We always emphasize the most current and adaptive strategies, employed by a diverse team of caring, certified speech pathologists. We serve culturally and linguistically diverse populations, and make both bilingual and monolingual Spanish and English interventions available.

What is Speech Therapy?
Many people have difficulty speaking and communicating. Causes can range from physical to psychological, and symptoms from subtle to debilitating. Fortunately, speech therapy is a well-developed science with many proven methodologies.  Please see our FAQs for more information.

Can you help me?
Yes! Our caring, certified speech therapists have helped thousands of clients find their voice and learn to communicate effectively at work and at home. 

Can you help my child?
Also Yes! Our speech therapists have experience working with early childhood (ages 0-3) as well as school age children. We work collaboratively as a team with parents and caregivers, and we're available for consultations with other professionals who work with your child. We have a proven success rate in facilitating effective communication in kids. 

It is our belief that many late talkers maybe experiencing underlying difficulty in sequencing and coordination of the mouth muscles and are misdiagnosed as expressive language delay or disorder. 

What is Telepractice?

Telepractice is delivering speech and language therapy using technology when the service provider (speech language pathologist) is in a different location than the client. Other names for telepractice include telespeech, speech teletherapy, or telerehabilitation. Clinicians report using telepractice to address multiple speech and language disorders, including articulation disorders, dysarthria, language disorders, cognitive disorders, dysphagia, voice disorders, and orofacial myology disorders.

(American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010)

 

Accent Modification classes, coaching sessions, and public speaking skills training are also provided via

telepractice. 

How does Telepractice work?

Telepractice speech and language services utilize a variety of technology. Smartphones, tablets, desktop

computers, laptop computers, and business class video conferencing tools to connect speech language

pathologists and clients. (Guerin S., Marion-Wilson, T., 2013)

We provide you with a login username and password to access our HIPAA certified webconferencing

platform for sessions. No download required. Just a computer, laptop, or tablet with a camera and

microphone. Headset with microphone recommended, but not necessary. 

What can I Telepractice?

Telepractice takes place in private practice, schools, medical centers, childcare centers, outpatient clinics,

and corporate settings. In many cases, a trained facilitator must be present with the client during therapy

sessions. (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010)

What about privacy and licensure?

Clinicians providing telepractice services must adhere to the same regulations as those who are providing face-to-face services. Providers must comply with HIPPA regulations when choosing technology to use for telepractice, and take steps to ensure that the privacy of the client's protective health information remains secure. (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010)

Each state governs its regulations of telepractice. ASHA advises that telepracticioners must be licensed in their home state and in the states in which their clients reside.