ALL ACADEMICS PLUS

Speech & Language Services

(757) 510-1758

SCREENINGS

If you are concerned about or unsure if your child’s speech, language, and/or fluency skills are typical for his/her age, don’t wait to reach out. A brief screening will put your mind at ease and get the help your child might need earlier than later. A full assessment might be recommended based on the results of the screening.

CONSULTATION

We will gladly meet with you and answer any questions you may have, including but not limited to, doctor referrals, review of an IEP/504 plan, discharge recommendations, review and understanding of outside assessments.

ASSESSMENT

Comprehensive communication evaluations for both children and adults to assess speech, language, fluency, and voice delays and disorders. All evaluations are customized to meet client and family needs and concerns. Based on the results of assessment, a treatment plan that is individualized for the patient and their family may be developed.

INDIVIDUALIZED TREATMENT PLANS

Every qualified and interested client will receive an individualized treatment plan designed to meet their unique needs. Treatment plans can consist of consultation, caregiver education & training, and/or direct therapy services.

INDIVIDUAL & GROUP THERAPY SESSIONS

Provide direct and individualized intervention services in an individual or group therapy setting based upon the developed treatment plan.

COLLABORATION

We will consult, coordinate, and collaborate with other providers involved, including health care providers, teachers, school SLPs, OTs, PTs, etc…

TRAINING & EDUCATION

We pride ourselves in family involvement and collaboration. We offer numerous training and education sessions for parents, families, and caregivers. We are a TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More). Please let us know if you have a topic of interest? We love feedback and want to meet ALL of your needs.

Candace Delpino

Candace Delpino, Ed.S. CCC-SLP

Director of Speech Language Programs

Candace Delpino received both her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Education degrees in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from Old Dominion University. She also obtained her Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Old Dominion University. She continues her pursuit as a lifelong learner as a doctoral student in Educational Leadership at Old Dominion University.

Candace is the Program Specialist for Speech and Language Programs for the Department of Special Education in Norfolk Public Schools. She is licensed in the state of Virginia and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competency from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).

Candace has presented nationally and district-wide on various evidence-based practices in the field of Speech Pathology including Evaluation & Supervision of Related Service Personnel and The Impact of Culture and Poverty on Language and Learning. Her eminent involvement in Norfolk Public Schools’ district-wide programing has afforded her the opportunity to be a resource for various stakeholders throughout the district and city. She strives to build relationships through trust and collaboration. Furthermore, she is the co-author of a published book chapter entitled Instructional Leadership for Special Education in Small to Mid-Sized Urban School Districts (Cale, Delpino, & Myran, 2015).

As a practitioner Candace was named “Teacher of the Year” for her school and “Most Outstanding in Special Education” for the district. Candace has 14 years of school-based experience; however, as a program specialist has worked closely with private practices, rehabilitation facilities, hospitals, and homeschooled students/families.  Her work in these settings and areas has given her the opportunity to evaluate and treat children and adults with a wide variety of disorders including: articulation and phonological disorders, expressive and receptive language disorders and delays, social skills, apraxia of speech, auditory processing disorders, fluency disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and aphasia.

In her free time, Candace is busy spending family time with her boyfriend and three children ages 20, 17, and 13. They enjoy listening to music, going tomovies, attending sporting events, going to the beach, skiing, and camping.

Jaime Goldman

Jaime M. Goldman, M.S. CCC-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

Jaime is a native of the Hampton Roads area and received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Old Dominion University in 2005. She continued her education and earned her Master’s of Science Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Radford University in 2007.  She is licensed in the state of Virginia and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competency from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).

Jaime knew early on that she wanted to become a speech pathologist due to her difficulties with fluency as a young child.  She understands the personal struggle of communication difficulties and has a passion for helping others communicate.  Jaime also has a passion for working with individuals with Autistic disorders due to growing up with a brother with Autism.  Jaime has had 10 years of clinical experience in early intervention, private and public schools, private practice, rehabilitation facilities, and home health settings with clients ranging from eight months of age to 104 years old.  Her work in a variety of settings has given her the opportunity to evaluate and treat children and adults with a wide variety of disorders including: articulation and phonological disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders and delays, autistic disorders, auditory processing disorder, fluency disorders, cognition disorders, pragmatic language disorders, voice disorders, aphasia, right hemisphere dysfunction, dysphagia, and feeding/sensory disorders.  She has been a Speech-language Pathologist in Norfolk Public Schools since 2015.

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Dates

WEEK 1

WEEK 2

Week 3

 

 

Session 1

June 10th

Topic: Greetings

June 12th

Topic: Feelings

June 18th

Topic: Game Playing

June 20th

Topic:

Handling Emergencies

June 25th

Topic:

Friendship/Peer Pressure

June 27th

Topic: Etiquette and Healthy Habits

4-8 Years

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

9-13 Years

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

 

Session 2

July 1st

Topic:

Citizenship

 

July 3rd

Topic:

Making Decisions

July 10th

Topic:

Perspective

Taking

July 12th

Topic:

Social Cues

July 16th

Topic:

Internet

Safety

 

July 17th

Topic:

Responsibility

 

4–8 Years

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

9–13 Years

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

 

Session 3

July 24th

Topic:

Social Situations

 

July 26th

Topic:

Phone Etiquette

July 30th

Topic:

Diversity & Differences

Aug 1st

Topic:

Forgiveness

Aug 6th

Topic:

Learning to

Let it Go

Aug 8th

Topic:

Basics of Conversation

4-8 Years

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

5 – 6 pm

9-13 Years

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

7 - 8 pm

Here at All Academics Plus, we help children become successful learners and develop better relationships with adults and peers by addressing the speech, language and learning needs of children who come to us for help.

Our therapists have degrees in speech language pathology and extensive experience working with children of all ages to customize the program that best fits the client’s needs.  At All Academics Plus, our therapists give recommendations and follow up activities after each treatment session so that parents can be fully involved in their child’s progress. We work to empower families by educating them about the development of speech, language, social-emotional, and other crucial developmental skills needed to build progress in this realm and find success.  We understand that each child responds differently to the various methods of treatment, which is why each child is treated as an individual with a program developed to meet his or her needs.

Candace Delpino

CANDACE DELPINO, ED.S. CCC-SLP

Director of Speech Language Programs

(757) 510-1758

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