CSHI offers speech, physical, and occupational therapy as well as audiology services to:
- Public schools
- Private schools
- Charter schools
- Cyber schools
- Pre-K programs
Our services are available virtually and in the summer to include the Extended School Year (ESY). Our flexibility, along with our extensive knowledge of various IEP software products and Access billing, allows us to customize service delivery to meet your clinical, budgetary and program requirements.
We are able to supply full or part time staff on a short-term or permanent basis to meet needs such as:
- Program implementation and development
- Maternity leave coverage
- Medical leave coverage
- Supplemental support to your clinical staff
- Supervision of your Clinical Fellow (CF) staff
- Delivery of home-bound or off-site services
- Specialized consultative services for populations such as hearing impaired students, students with augmentative communication, students with swallowing or feeding disorders, etc.
CSHI has a long association with the delivery of Early Intervention assessment and therapeutic services. Our team of experienced EI professionals includes Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Developmental Therapists, Physical Therapists and Audiologists work with counties and/or agencies to provide comprehensive services to children and their families.
Professional staff is available to offer hearing and speech screenings on-site at daycare and preschool learning centers to identify children who have communication weaknesses or language-based learning difficulties. CSHI staff can provide 1:1 educational programming to your teachers and families and also present group in-services on communication and hearing related topics.
CSHI staff is available to assist physicians with diagnostic and therapeutic support services including Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists and Audiologists. Our audiologists are skilled in various specialized diagnostic assessments necessary for thorough evaluation assisting with differential diagnosis of conductive and sensori-neural losses and ongoing monitoring of hearing status. CSHI audiologists also provide hearing loss assessment and customized fitting of a wide-range of hearing aids to meet the personal needs of clients along with a wide range of listening devices. They also fashion customized swim-molds in fab colors and designs that encourage children to wear required ear protection while enjoying water activities.