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Vice Versa provides treatment of articulation/phonological disorders, language disorders, fluency disorders, voice/resonance disorders, and oral motor deficits to improve oral motor and swallowing skills, communication effectiveness, social skills, and overall self-esteem.


Our comprehensive approach aims to enhance communication effectiveness, boost social skills, and elevate overall self-esteem.

Our dedicated team collaborates closely with clients and their families to tailor treatment plans that address individual needs, ensuring a supportive and effective therapeutic journey.

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IMSE's Orton-Gillingham program educates students on how to explicitly and effectively learn reading using multiple senses.  They can See, Hear, Feel the difference with IMSE. 


A multi-sensory approach makes reading easier for all children, not only those with dyslexia. This program is recommended for K-3 reading proficiency for general education, special education, remediation, and English Language Learners.

Eating Watermelon

Our feeding therapy program is designed to address a wide range of feeding difficulties, from picky eating to complex feeding disorders, with a holistic and personalized approach. Through evidence-based techniques and compassionate care, we aim to empower individuals and families to build positive mealtime experiences and foster healthy relationships with food. At Vice Versa, we understand that feeding challenges can impact every aspect of life, and we are dedicated to providing comprehensive support to help each individual thrive.

Kids Drawing

Our brand new EmpowerEd Program is designed to provide individualized, one-on-one education for children in grades PreK-5. 


Our program is dedicated to empowering children with learning disabilities to reach their full potential. Through personalized support and evidence-based interventions, we provide a nurturing environment where every child can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. Join us as we unlock possibilities and foster growth for every child in our care.

Diversity Students

Social Skills for Teenagers with Developmental and Autism Spectrum Disorders.  If the goal is to make and keep friends...PEERS® might be the right program!

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