Contract Descriptions

In-Service Trainings:

Dynamic Therapy offers in-service trainings for staff/certain core groups of personnel that could include school administrators, athletic or music departments, teachers, or dedicated aids. In schools, students have multiple teachers who need to provide instruction, support, and opportunities for the generalization of identified skills. While a speech-language pathologist might wish to contact each teacher about the integrated service roles, sometimes this approach is not practical. For certain topics, it is more efficient to provide an in-service training for the entire staff. 

Forensic Expert Testimonies:

Dynamic Therapy hires forensic speech language pathologists (SLPs) to provide expert witness services. Our contractors may be asked by either party in a civil suit or criminal trial to testify to the facts of speech language difficulties and treatments, as well as to the origins and prognosis in such cases. Our therapists who work in this capacity are not only expected to have expert knowledge of the processes and protocols involved in speech language therapy, but they also need to be able to explain these matters to a judge and jury in such a way that a layman can understand them and use them as a yardstick by which to measure legal claims. Our forensic SLPs work as consultants in legal and insurance cases, even when those cases don’t go to trial. In fact, expert advice from an experienced SLP can make all the difference in whether or not a case is settled or has to be taken to court in the first place. Understanding the relative strengths and merits of underlying speech and language issues can heavily influence the case.

Speech & Language Therapy:

Dynamic Therapy offers screenings, evaluations, treatment, and consultations to schools and private agencies in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Our services include but are not limited to fluency, speech production, language (spoken/written and social aspects of communication), cognition (attention, memory, problem-solving, and executive functioning), voice, resonance, feeding and swallowing, auditory habilitation/rehabilitation, and augmentative and alternative communication. We believe in delivering quality assessments and therapy services by constantly adding to and updating our assessments and therapy resources. We have a range of standardized and non-standardized assessment tools for all ages and we utilize toys, games, technology as well as traditional pen & paper tasks to develop communication skills and make therapy fun. From pediatrics to geriatrics, our skilled providers are there for you through every stage of life. Whether you’re looking for consultative or direct support, our full range of services are designed to meet the needs of you and your family.

Public Speaking:

In business, effective communicators grab attention, motivate action, and create a lasting impact. Can you stand before your team, your board, or your investors with nothing more than your presence and passion, and bring them to “yes”? Become a dynamic speaker while developing the skills needed to inspire an audience, advocate for your ideas, and communicate as a leader. Through our training, we teach people how to become more effective presenters of information in small settings, workplace meetings, and large forums. The focus is upon three specific types of presentations: spontaneous, extemporaneous, and prepared-informative presentations. This course is beneficial to any person who might present information to a team or the public. The skills provided are vital to professional development and advancement.

Early Intervention:

Dynamic Therapy addresses the concerns and priorities of families and their infants/toddlers. We serve children who are at risk for or have communication, language, speech, emergent literacy, or feeding/swallowing impairments. These roles are implemented in collaboration with families, caregivers, and other professionals, and include but are not limited to (a) prevention; (b) screening, evaluation, and assessment; (c) planning, implementing, and monitoring intervention; (d) consultation with and education for team members, including families and other professionals; (e) service coordination; (f) transition planning; (g) advocacy; and (h) awareness and advancement of the knowledge base in early intervention.