Professional Links

Some of these links explain the major protocols we use here at the center. These links help demonstrate the extensive training we have in the application of oral-motor exercises.

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The American Speech and Hearing Assoc. The professional, scientific and credentialing association for 145,000 members and affiliates who are speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language and hearing scientists in the United States and internationally.
NJ Division of Consumer Affairs
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
Advisory Committee
This committee regulates the profession of audiology and speech-language pathology in New Jersey and licenses audiologists and speech-language pathologists. Inquiries or complaints may be forwarded to Ms. Renee Clark, Executive Director, Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Advisory Committee, P.O. Box 45002, Newark, N.J. 07101, (973) 504-6390.
Parents of Autistic Children A nonprofit organization that provides services to children and adults with Autism, their families, and the professionals who serve them. The vast majority of these services are provided 100% free of charge. POAC has focused its attention and resources on how best to help the children and families who are struggling with autism today.
Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation The most comprehensive and accurate source of information about Sensory Processing Disorder on the worldwide web
Apraxia-KIDS The national nonprofit organization representing the needs and interests of children and families affected by apraxia.
Beckman Oral Motor This is a hands-on, direct contact to the oral-facial muscles technique.  Soft tissue releases performed at the site of the frenulums.  A set of 26 individual stretches targeting lips, cheeks and tongue.  This technique is extremely beneficial for a wide variety of diagnoses including Apraxia, Dysarthria, Articulation Disorder and hypersensitivity.
The PROMPT Institute The Prompt technique is a hands-on, direct contact to the face therapeutic intervention. The therapist shapes the muscles into the correct alignment/placement to help the child accurately produce a sound, word or phrase.
Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson's Talk Tools Many wonderful techniques to improve muscle function using tools that kids find to be fun! Such tools include horns, straws, nose flutes, and bite sticks.
Interactive Metronome (IM) A computer-based assessment and treatment tool. The child wears a headset and has a trigger in their hand. They attempt to clap on the trigger as close to the beep as possible. The IM system helps to improve motor planning, attention and focus. The system has been very useful with Sensory Integration Dysfunction, Autism, ADHD and Auditory Processing Disorder.
Scientific Learning This is the company that produces the Fast ForWord line of products. Lynn M. O’Dell-Pateman has been a certified Fast ForWord provider for 10 years.
Dr. Marilyn C. Agin MD, FAAP, MA CCC-SLP We often refer to Dr. Agin and her practice when a neuro-developmental assessment is needed. Dr. Agin is the author of the book "The Late Talker". Located in our building for your convenience.

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Professional Links
Beckman Oral Motor
The PROMPT Institute
Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson's Talk Tools
Interactive Metronome (IM)
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