• Motor Speech
  • Swallowing
  • Voice
  • Language
  • Pragmatic communication, including initiation, active listening, interpersonal communication
  • Cognitive retraining, including Attention/concentration/memory
  • Memory training, including compensatory memory strategies
  • Problem solving/reasoning
  • Executive functioning including goal selection, planning/sequencing, initiation, execution, time sense, awareness of deficits, and self monitoring
  • Augmentative Communication (including iPad)
  • Computer cognitive retraining
  • Coordination with vocational or educational transitions
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Transportation including bus training
  • Meal Planning
  • Household management (cooking, laundry, etc.)
  • Money Management/ banking
  • Shopping
  • Personal safety
  • Use of assistive technology
  • Organizational strategies
  • Time management
  • Individual/group psychotherapy
  • Couples psychotherapy
  • Behavioral Management
  • Adjustment to post injury changes
  • Anxiety and stress management
  • Depression management
  • Coping skills management
  • Social skills training
  • Substance Abuse
  • Vocational adjustment


We also provide a wide range of speech-language therapy services including motor speech, swallowing, voice, language, pragmatics, initiation, topic management, turn taking, verbal organization, active listening, interpersonal communications, cognitive retraining, and iPad treatment integration, as well as compensatory memory strategies, problem solving/reasoning, visual motor/spacial, executive functions (goal selection, planning, sequencing, initiation, execution, time sense, awareness of deficits and self monitoring), augmentive communication (AAC device training), computer cognitive retraining, and coordination with vocational or educational transitions.


Study Skills and Cognitive Strategies development is vital to assisting children in all areas of academics. We serve all ages and all needs. At AICCD, we provide strategic learning interventions and specific skill development not only for the student who is experiencing difficulties with academic but also for the student who wants to improve their academic and test performance!


Individualized educational supports can assist students with the improvement of listening skills/attention, time management, organization, note taking, cognitive mapping, memory, reading, including phonemic skills, math: calculation and application, writing, analysis and synthesis skills, test taking skills, computer skills, self-advocacy, and overall support in academics.


AICCD educational services can ultimately help your child improve his or her self-confidence, self-management, grades, listening skills/attention, understanding of content and context, commitment to life-long learning, meaningful application and transfer of knowledge, and abilities to be effective as well as efficient.