Reach for the Stars Pediatric Speech-Language-Feeding Therapy
Reach for the Stars
Pediatric Speech-Language-Feeding Therapy
10 Alden St, Cranford, NJ 07016
Lisa Jiannetto-Surrusco, MA, CCC-SLP
Reach for the Stars, LLC, is a pediatric speech-language-feeding therapy practice serving the Cranford, Westfield and surrounding areas. It is owned and directed by Lisa Jiannetto-Surrusco, MA, CCC-SLP. It is her second practice location, the first location opened in 2002 in Staten Island, NY. Clinical teams at both locations are comprised of highly qualified NYS/NJS licensed and ASHA certified speech-language pathologists who are trained in a wide variety of sub-specialties. This includes childhood articulation and language disorders, motor-speech disorders, voice and resonance disorders, fluency disorders and complex feeding disorders. They work collaboratively with many of the best clinics and practices within the NYC Metropolitan area. They pride themselves on repeat referrals from some of the finest institutions throughout the city for post-surgical treatment for cleft palate repair, velo-pharyngeal insufficiency, and laryngeal pathology. They are also among the few practices to treat adult voice and resonance disorders (at our Staten Island office only).
Our therapists also possess training in some of the most sought after therapeutic approaches. This includes PROMPT to treat apraxia of speech, Orton-Gillingham and Wilson for literacy disorders, and SOS Feeding Approach to treat feeding disorders. In 2011, they launched the Find the Fun in Feeding Program to treat complex feeding disorder through the use of a systematic 12-week program. In addition, they offer countless other specialized approaches to improve auditory processing, to facilitate fluent speech and to deliver a multi-sensory approach to treatment for children with language-based literacy disorders. They customize therapy to the individual needs of each child. Therapists also have training in techniques such as ABA and Verbal Behavior.
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