Services

Therapy Solutions, Inc. provides comprehensive developmental and rehabilitative services for a wide range of disabilities and speech and language disorders and provides services to children in the community, schools, day cares, group homes, etc. in several counties throughout the Philadelphia region. Additionally, Therapy Solutions Inc. offers private office speech-language and other therapeutic therapy services.
Therapy Solutions Children’s Services, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that provides early intervention speech, occupational and physical therapy along with educational (special instruction) and psychological services to children birth to three years of age.
Therapy Solutions Children’s Services, Inc. is a provider of these services through a direct contract with the City of Philadelphia. We are an organization that services a variety of different populations in a variety of different settings. We’ve been in existence for over two decades and have dedicated ourselves to helping children and families in a variety of different ways. A key part of the company’s values is its strong component for social consciousness and giving back to the communities in which we service.




Speech therapy

We evaluate, diagnose and identify children in need of communication intervention using a variety of assessment instruments and tools. Following the assessment, the speech-language pathologist will develop intervention strategies to help improve the communication difficulty. We have therapists who specialize in a variety of areas.
We are one of the few organizations in the tri-state area who has a Nationally Recognized Board Certified Fluency Specialist on staff .

  • Stuttering– Board Certified Specialists works with persons who stutter and are individuals who hold their Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) awarded by the American Speech Language Hearing Association and have demonstrated a high level of knowledge and clinical expertise in diagnosing and treating individuals with fluency disorders. They are designated as BCS-F. Standards for Certification, approved by the Council For Clinical Certification of the American Speech Language Hearing Association, must be met in order to apply for Specialty Certification in Fluency. In order to become a clinical specialist, a candidate’s knowledge and clinical abilities are reviewed and approved by the American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders.
  • Language therapy helps individuals speak, comprehend and understand spoken and written message.
  • Pragmatic Social Language– helps individuals master the rules for social language known as pragmatics. Pragmatic disorders often coexist with other language problems such as vocabulary development or grammar. Pragmatic problems can lower social acceptance. Peers may avoid having conversations with an individual with a pragmatic disorder.
  • Articulation therapy helps individuals with speech sound delays or disorders . During articulation therapy we help individuals correctly produce speech sounds to improve overall communication abilities and speech intelligibility.
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) therapy: helps children say sounds, syllables, and words. (CAS) is a motor speech disorder problem not caused by muscle weakness or paralysis but is rather a problem coordinating and planning motor movements (e.g., lips, jaw, tongue) needed for speech. The child knows what he or she wants to say, but his/her brain has difficulty coordinating the muscle movements necessary to say those words.
  • Voice therapy: helps an individual with voice that has an abnormal quality to its pitch, resonance, or loudness.

Physical Therapy

We are able to diagnose and identify children in need of gross motor intervention using a variety of assessment instruments and tools. Information gained from observations and formal assessments will be used to treat difficulties using a variety of methods including sensory, massage, positioning and mobilization. Therapists will develop and deliver intervention strategies through both direct and indirect means in order to help meet the motor needs of the child and family through direct teaching methods, models, parent training and counseling.

Occupational therapy

We are able to diagnose and identify children in need of fine motor and functional daily living activities using a variety of assessment instruments and tools. Information gained from observations and formal assessments will be used to develop intervention strategies. Therapists develop and deliver intervention strategies through both direct and indirect means in order to help meet the fine motor needs of the child and family through direct teaching methods, models, parent training, and counseling.

Special Instructor

Special Instructor helps to promote the development of cognitive skills including perception, memory, language, concepts, thinking, problem solving, and social skills to achieve the desired learning goals.

Psychological Services

helps individuals and children with a variety of psychological and emotional delays. Our psychologist will administer psychological, behavioral and educational tests and other assessment procedures in order to help plan and manage programs and services that include counseling for children and parents, behavioral management, consultation on child development, parent training, and education programs.

Language Therapy

Language Therapy helps individuals speak, comprehend and understand spoken and written message.

Articulation Therapy

Articulation Therapy helps individuals with speech sound delays or disorders . During articulation therapy we help individuals correctly produce speech sounds to improve overall communication abilities and speech intelligibility.

Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) Therapy:

Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) Therapy helps children say sounds, syllables, and words. (CAS) is a motor speech disorder problem not caused by muscle weakness or paralysis but is rather a problem coordinating and planning motor movements (e.g., lips, jaw, tongue) needed for speech. The child knows what he or she wants to say, but his/her brain has difficulty coordinating the muscle movements necessary to say those words.