Now accepting Medicaid and most major private insurances for speech services
Sarah Bartlett graduated with her master’s degree in speech-language pathology in 2012. Her passion is to help children become effective communicators by collaborating with family and other professionals. She believes that therapy should be “child-led” and that children need to be active participants in their own learning. Sarah uses play to create a backdrop of communication and social interactions to teach her learners, aiming to make learning fun and functional. Sarah also works with each family to help establish consistency and routines that can be incorporated into the home environment to facilitate long-term learning.
Sarah has worked with a range of learners in both schools and early intervention settings. She has experience with alternative augmentative communication systems such as PECS, communication applications on the iPad, and speech-generating devices.
GBC aba is now accepting Medicaid for speech services as well as most other major private insurance.
A speech-language pathologist (SLP) is someone who is trained in the assessment and treatment of communication disorders. An SLP helps those who have difficulty communicating effectively and support social interactions. Speech-language therapy may benefit children who have difficulties:
Communication plays a significant role in all areas of life from daily interactions with family members to understanding the vocabulary needed to participate in a science lesson at school. By building communication and language skills, we are giving our children the foundational building blocks to be successful in life.