The Pasadena Scottish Rite
The center provides services to preschool children 18 months to six years.
We do not provide long-term services to children who are already receiving therapy, who are eligible for intensive special education services through the public schools, or who have a primary diagnosis other than specific language impairment.
Speech and Language Therapy
Children are seen one to three times per week in individual sessions and/or small groups of two. A maximum of 24 months of treatment provided.
What is a Speech-Language pathologist?
Does my child need an evaluation?
... by age one, he doesn't cry, babble or pay attention to other voices.
Other red flags:
Child is easily frustrated
We believe early intervention can help prevent a speech and language disorder from developing into a lifelong handicap. In addition, it can help curtail the development of secondary language delays such as behavior, emotional, and learning problems.
Families are involved in every stage of treatment. Through observations of therapy sessions and discussing intervention with the therapist, parents learn how to promote speech and language skills during daily interactions.
Therapy is conducted within the context of developmentally appropriate activities such as playing with toys, sharing books, and using computers. This makes therapy fun and motivating for the child.
This program is supported by generous donations from ...
The Pasadena Scottish Rite members
Ann Peppers Foundation
There are Scottish Rite clinics, centers, and special programs for children throughout the United States.
The Pasadena Scottish Rite Childhood
The Pasadena Valley of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
Pasadena Scottish Rite - www.pasadenascottishrite.org
150 N. Madison Avenue, Pasadena CA 91101-1710 Phone (626) 795-4213 Fax (626) 795-1487
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