We have four beautiful facilities where we provide clinic based speech and language services for individuals from birth to adult. Our offices are located in Antelope Valley, Bakersfield, Los Angeles, and San Gabriel Valley. We provide the personalized therapeutic intervention plans to address your child’s specific deficit.
DV Therapy is a NPA-approved provider since 2015. Each of our office locations vedor separately to provide both in-clinic and school-based support services. We offer consultations and IEE evaluations for speech, OT, AAC, mental health and behavioral health services.
DV Therapy provides occupational therapy services to work on challenges associated with developmental disabilities to maximize the individual’s potential with sensory integration therapy and daily functioning. We are accepting referrals in all of our four offices.
Offering evidence-based ABA therapy, recognized as the most effective treatment for Autism disorders. We design a treatment plan that is individualized and gives your child the tools to cope with challenging behaviors and that teaches communication, social and adaptive skills to maximize their potential.
A foreign accent is simply evidence of learning American English as a second or additional language.
A regional American English accent is a set of pronunciation patterns consistent with the speaker’s native regional dialect.
Our mission is to help clients develop social competencies to build stronger relationships with their peers. Our social skills groups range from age 3 to young adults.
We use teletherapy to support and deliver speech, OT, mental health, and behavioral services at a distance by linking a clinician to client for intervention, evaluations and/or consultations.
Do you or your loved one have difficulty talking? There are options that might help. There are two main types of AAC—unaided systems and aided systems. You may use one or both types. Most people who use AAC use a combination of AAC types to communicate.
We aim to bring the adaptation needs to the community. It is an important reminder that children with autism are not born with a disability – they are born different. We just need to support them differently than the everyday norms and expectations.