SPEECH-LANGUAGE AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY,
READING, MATH, AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTION INSTRUCTION
for Children, Adolescents, and Adults
404-459-9192 (p) 678-904-6347 (f)
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What makes SPS Atlanta different?
Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals using neuroscience-based practices, our expertise, and a strong commitment to our clients. Led by founding director Mindy Cohen, M.Ed., CCC-SLP since 1987, SPS has provided the most efficient and effective diagnosis, treatment, and integration of speech, language, sensory, motor, emotional, and academic programming.
Whether it’s to get ahead, fine tune, or achieve maximum potential, we design programs to fit each individual’s unique needs. We don’t just teach remedial strategies, we address the underlying causes to achieve outstanding results.
Given what we know about brain plasticity, we can help individuals of all ages develop the skills needed to pave the way for success.
Speech production, listening skills, & expression of ideas
Balance, coordination, & movement
Ability to participate & succeed in sports & social activities
Reading comprehension, math, and written expression
Working memory, processing speed, and attention
Quicker thinking & sharper memory
Improved word findng & verbal fluency
Increased attention & concentration
Improved task initiation & completion
More efficient organization skills
Don’t forget about exercising your brain! Whether you are looking for general cognitive enhancement, want to get your ideas out more easily, or need remediation for skills lost, SPS can design a unique program to reach your goals.
SPS Speech-Language Pathologists hold Master’s Degrees or higher in Speech-Language Pathology, are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and are licensed to practice in the state of Georgia.
SPS Occupational Therapists hold a Master’s Degree or higher in Occupational Therapy, have advanced training in Sensory Processing Disorders, are registered by the National Board of Certification for Occupational Therapy, and are licensed to practice in the state of Georgia.
Our professional staff members regularly attend advanced training seminars as we are eager to expand our knowledge base and expertise to offer effective, state-of-the art treatment models for children and adults.
How Can We Help?
& Language Expression
Oral & Written Narrative Language
Articulation & Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Voice, Resonance, and Fluency
Auditory Processing & Language Comprehension
Recalling Main Ideas & Details
Complex Sentence Understanding
Figurative Language Interpretation
Sustaining & Shifting Attention
Regulating Alertness & Effort
Efficient Processing Speed
Working Memory & Accessing Recall
Early Reading Development
Sight Word Recognition
Decoding & Spelling
Punctuation & Capitalization Rules
Advanced Grammar Usage
Critical Reading Strategies
Time Management, Planning & Organization
Self-Talk & Self-Monitoring
Setting Goals & Self-Evaluation
Early Play & Development
Independent, Functional Play
Interacting with Peers
Pretending and Playing Games
Motor Skills for the Playground
Parent Coaching (Toddler Talk)
Complex Sentence Production
Vocabulary Usage & Expansion
Idea Formulation & Organization
Sequencing & Narrative Production
Spelling & Punctuation
Self-Monitoring & Editing
Critical Concept Development
Thinking & Reasoning with Numbers
Retaining & Solidifying Math Facts
Understanding Math Language
Mental Computation Strategies
Application with Word Problems
Coordination and Movement
Bilateral Coordination & Balance
Fine Motor Coordination
Gross Motor Coordination
Rhythym & Timing
tastes, smells, & textures
Under-Responsive to Environment
Over-Responsive to Environment
Sensory Seeking or Overly Cautious
Arousal (too high, too low, just right)
Sensory-Based Motor Disorder
Meal Time Therapy
Oral Motor Skills for Feeding
Feeding & Swallowing Difficulties
Making Mealtime Fun
Let’s Change the Brain:
Your Avenue to Success
You’ve probably heard that there are windows of opportunity when the brain is ready to learn new skills. These are referred to as developmental milestones. The brain is ‘plastic.’ In other words, it can and does reorganize itself, sometimes within a remarkably short period of time.
We at SPS understand brain plasticity and have the knowledge and technology to help ‘change the brain.’ If we target the root cause and establish new brain pathways by specific, repetitive practice, skills become automatic, learning is much easier, and success is within reach with our speech-language pathology services.
Building 4, Suite 100
Atlanta, Georgia 30328