January 2015 Newsletter

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January 2015 Newsletter

Welcome!

8e20d7d7fcee577bd1abd9dc4569ded9We are excited to introduce out first quarterly newsletter! Our objective is to keep clients, practitioners and other health care professionals informed on our latest treatments, successes, and overall changes at the practice.

Our first year at out Outpatient Location at Royce Run Commons, West Creek, NJ has been a success! Conveniently located on Rt 9 in Stafford Township, this location offers easy accessibility for all local residents. We are wheelchair accessible and currently offer three treatment rooms geared toward the age and individual needs of our clients.

 

Our Services:

We offer Speech Language Pathology treatment for all ages including Early Childhood, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric populations who are affected by communication, language, cognitive-linguistic, feeding and swallowing disorders. We offer a wide range of treatment modalities included but not limited to; PROMPT technique and Kaufman Protocol for childhood AOS (Apraxia of Speech), Sensory Diet Integration for individuals with Sensory Disturbances, ADHD, and Autism, as well as Myofasical Release and Vital Stim Treatment for adults with Oral Pharyngeal Dysphagia.

We are currently in network providers with many insurances companies including Horizon Blue Cross/ Blue Shield, Aetna, Emblem Health, United Health Care, QualCare, Oscar Health Care, Cigna, NJ Family Care, and Medicare.

Kristy Pantano M.A.CCC-SLP
Kristy Pantano M.A.CCC-SLP
Kristy earned her undergraduate degree at Loyola University in Maryland and Master's Degree at Montclair State University. She offers 12 years experience in various settings including Early Intervention, Outpatient Pediatrics, Inpatient Acute and Subacute Rehab Facilities, Acute Care Hospitals including L-TACH units and Home Care. She obtained the latest training in Advanced Vital Stim (NMES) Therapy, Myofasical Release, level 1 PROMPT and Kaufman Apraxia training.
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