Communication may appear to be a skill that we all naturally pick up; however, there are many mechanisms to speech and language that make it a highly complex task (i.e. as a speaker, formulating a thought / feeling, finding the correct words / sounds, getting that information from the brain to our mouth, and as a listener, processing what was said - see logo for representation of all mechanisms at work with the end result being a word bubble).

NYC Speech-Language Pathologist is a proud member of:

  • The American Academy of Private Practice in Speech Pathology and Audiology (APPSPA)
  • Westchester Speech, Hearing, and Language Association (WSHLA)
  • Speech Pathology Australia