Our Services

Herman & Associates provides individual or group therapy on-site at our office for speech, physical and occupational therapy for ages birth to 21 years of age. We provide ST, OT, and PT in the child's natural environment. (home, daycare, etc.) Under special circumstances we will treat individuals who exceed 21 years of age. We also provide individual therapy for learning-disabled youngsters and offer academic assistance.

Herman & Associates works closely with many Central Florida Physicians, as well as CMS's Early Steps program that serves infants and toddlers birth to age three. Early Steps provides families and caregivers with services to enhance their child's development. There is no charge for Early Steps services. Charges will be covered by insurance or Medicaid when applicable. Please go to http://cpeip.fsu.edu/earlysteps/Module1/Lesson1/1.htm for further information, or call Herman & Associates at 407-898-5060.

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Speech and Language Therapy

The Speech/Language Pathologist provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment to improve speech and language for:

  • Neurologically impaired

  • Learning disabled

  • Developmentally delayed

  • Reduce/modify stuttering

  • Verbal and Oral Apraxia

  • Facilitate lip/speech reading

  • Improve swallowing difficulties, which may include changing diet texture, exercising weakened muscles and learning new ways to swallow.

  • Articulation disorders

  • Voice disorders

  • Hearing Impaired

  • Autism

  • Recommend augmentative communication systems when appropriate


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    Occupational Therapy

    The Occupational Therapist designs programs that:

  • Facilitate normal development of fine, gross, and sensory motor skills

  • Maximize independence in activities for daily living

  • Improve joint range of motion

  • Assist with adaptive equipment

  • Improve and develop coordination

  • Develop and Improve handwriting, playing and socializing

  • Splinting  
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    Physical Therapy

    Physical Therapy protocols are designed to help:

    • Maximize functional ability

    • Eliminate or decrease pain

    • Increase strength and endurance and posture Facilitate normal development of fine, gross, and sensory motor skills

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