A 2 Z Teletherapy Speech and Tutoring of Texas

At A 2 Z Teletherapy Speech and Tutoring of Texas, you can find help for both children and adults of all ages who struggle with speech production (articulation), understanding and use of language, apraxia, aphasia, reading, spelling, and writing.

With the COVID-19, you may find that it is impossible to reach out and get the support you need from a speech therapist. No matter if you’re looking for help for yourself or a loved one, many speech therapists have changed their business operands. 

Since we are all required to maintain social distancing, you may be a bit fearful about getting a consultation in an office. However, you don’t have to. As we mentioned above, many speech therapists are also using other methods to ensure that you or your loved one get the help you need even in these difficult times. 

This is the case of A 2 Z Teletherapy Speech and Tutoring of Texas that was found by Dawn Hernandez, a Speech-Language Pathologist with many years of experience. 

Simply put, while the clinic is based in Texas, she provides all her services through teletherapy. This means that instead of going to her office, you get the exact same treatment over the computer. 

While the new coronavirus pandemic has increased this type of practice, the A 2 Z Teletherapy Speech and Tutoring of Texas was already providing this type of service. Ultimately, Dawn believes that you shouldn’t be prevented from getting the help you need if you don’t have this type of service around you or if you have problems with transportation. 

A 2 Z Teletherapy Speech and Tutoring of Texas Interview

What makes your practice unique? How do you solve your client’s problems?

It is a teletherapy only practice with 5 clinicians, with strengths in many areas. We have 2 bilingual clinicians to serve our Hispanic population.

What do you like most about being a Speech Pathologist?

Helping others to communicate with the world around them.

How do you involve Care Partners / families in therapy?

We involve them in the goal setting process, encourage them to participate in the therapy sessions, provide feedback for each session, and suggest activities that they can do at home to help their family member reach their goals.

Overall speaking, at A 2 Z Teletherapy Speech and Tutoring of Texas, you can find help for both children and adults of all ages who struggle with speech production (articulation), understanding and use of language, apraxia, aphasia, reading, spelling, and writing.

As an ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) certified and licensed in the state of Texas, Dawn will be able to help you. The reality is that her own personal and professional experience has always helped her on her path. As a mother of two special needs adult men that received speech services at home and in schools for many years, Dawn was also a teacher and worked with many children and adults in both schools and clinics.  One of the best things about the A 2 Z Teletherapy Speech and Tutoring of Texas is that the demand has been increasing. So, Dawn has hired 3 more speech language pathologists to work with her and help even more people. 

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