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LA Speech Pathology Services, Inc.

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Matthew Smith

Phone: 310.384.5317

Fax: 310.943.3333

Email: LASpeechGuy@gmail.com

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LA Speech Pathology Services, Inc.

5625 Windsor Way, Ste. 106

Culver City, CA  90230

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October 25, 2019

Three of the nation’s most prominent disability organizations are banding together in an effort to bring about a million jobs for people with developmental disabilities by 2025.

Autism Speaks, Special Olympics and Best Buddies said this week that they are launching a campaign called Delivering Jobs to encourage employer...

May 17, 2019

Imagine outsinging the Phantom of the Opera and then freeing your friends by distracting a pack of trolls.

No, this isn’t the plot of a new fantasy video game; instead, it’s an innovative method to deliver speech therapy.

The game, called Amplify, uses the voice-assisted technology of Google’s AIY Voice Kit to provide ga...

May 8, 2019

When Judah Sossin, 5, goes to speech therapy, he walks to the family computer outfitted with a $25 camera. His mom accesses an email with a log-in password, clicks on it, and his therapist appears on the top right of the screen.

“The first time, I watched,” recalled Samantha Sossin of Hollywood. But now Judah will tell...

April 25, 2019

Al Roker has nothing but pride, love, and admiration for his son.

The Today anchorman, who shares 17-year-old son Nicholas with wife and ABC News senior correspondent Deborah Roberts, recently opened up to Guideposts magazine for their May cover story about raising a child with special needs.

In the article, which was pu...

February 16, 2019

ESPN and representatives from the Special Olympics descended on Warren High School, in Downey, on Tuesday, Feb. 12, to celebrate the school for having unified teams, which allow student-athletes with special needs to participate in sports with the general student population.

Warren, which held a pep rally on the footbal...

February 16, 2019

Children with speech and language problems may have trouble sharing their thoughts with words or gestures. They may also have a hard time saying words clearly and understanding spoken or written language. Reading to your child and having her name objects in a book or read aloud to you can strengthen her speech and lang...

February 16, 2019

DURING PREGNANCY, SOME parents learn their child will be born with a cleft lip or cleft palate. Other families find out at birth. Fortunately, cleft-repair surgery keeps improving. Eventually, tiny, faded scars between the mouth and nose may be the only visible signs. However, treatment – which encompasses far more tha...

I’ve got a few new students this year who are just starting to be able to verbally imitate. They are just starting to imitate environmental sounds and I’m working on imitating simple vowels. They have a variety of disorders from autism to apraxia. After spending a ton of days writing progress notes and trying to explai...

November 11, 2018

Justin Gallegos, a runner at University of Oregon, has made history by becoming the first professional athlete with cerebral palsy to sign with Nike. Gallegos, a junior with the school's running club, made the announcement in an emotional video on his Instagram page.

Gallegos was finishing a race on Saturday when he was...

November 11, 2018

...Koszalinski, who has a technical background, wrote a program for Android, which was open-source software, using simple commands and requests specifically for someone who is hospitalized. It differed from the usual communication devices, which are geared for educational settings; the goal was for someone hospitalized...

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TESTIMONIALS

"Mr. Matt, thank you so much for all of your help this year with my son.  I appreciate all of your help and suggestions." - Ms. G

"We just want you to know how much we appreciate all that you have done for our son and family this past Fall.  We look forward to many new adventures together in 2014 and progress in our son's communication."  - Jane

"You impact the lives of so many students and families in a positive way." - Gabriel