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Speech Therapy

Our speech-language pathologists use family-centered, evidence-based practices to support our clients and their families as they gain new skills and independence. Our professionals are educated and trained to evaluate and treat children with speech, language and swallowing problems. Specific areas of treatment can include articulation, expressive language, literacy, receptive language, social skills, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), and oral motor skills for eating and swallowing.

Contact

FARGO
3509 Interstate Blvd Ste B
Fargo, ND 58103
Phone: (701) 364-9070
Fax: (701) 364-9071

GRAND FORKS
2016 S Washington St
Grand Forks, ND 58201
Phone: (701) 757-4200
Fax: (701) 757-4208

JAMESTOWN
701 3rd St NW
Jamestown, ND 58402
Phone: 1-800-568-5175
Fax: 701) 952-5142

EMAIL
therapy@annecenter.org

Expert Care

As part of our Anne Carlsen standard of care, we continually strive to advance our ability to meet the complex and unique needs of those we serve. The following specialty areas are vital components of our approach to Speech Therapy services.

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Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Speech therapy will evaluate and establish effective and functional communication methods to promote social engagement. These methods cover a wide range of low-tech to high-tech supports that fit the individual’s needs and abilities. These supports and methods may be temporary aids or permanent additions. Funding, programming, and training support is provided/offered.

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Feeding and Swallowing

Speech therapists assess a child’s eating and swallowing, as well as the coordination and strength of the muscles used for chewing and swallowing. We team with families to provide support, education, and guidance to promote successful and safe feeding. We support nursing, bottle, and food stage progression.

Get Started

We welcome your call or email to discuss your unique needs and the specialized services we can provide. For direct services contact your preferred medical provider for a referral. Referrals can be faxed. Fax numbers are shown below by location. You can expect a phone call within one week to schedule an appointment.

FARGO
PHONE: (701) 364-9070
FAX: (701) 364-9071
GRAND FORKS
PHONE: (701) 757-4200
FAX: (701) 757-4208
JAMESTOWN
PHONE: 1-800-568-5175
FAX: 701) 952-5142

Expert Team

Ashley Hovde, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Fargo

Certifications

Speech-Language Pathologist

Darriean Darriean Langlie, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Fargo

Certifications

Speech-Language Pathologist

Haley Braathen, BS, SLP-LA

Speech-Language Pathologist Licensed Assistant

Fargo

Certifications

Speech-Language Pathologist Licensed Assistant

Jasmine Nelson, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Fargo

Certifications

Speech-Language Pathologist

Jessica Stolle Anderson, BS, SLP-LA

Speech-Language Pathologist

Fargo

Certifications

Speech-Language Pathologist Licensed Assistant

Kara Morrow, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Fargo

Lynn Nykoluk, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Fargo

Certifications

Speech-Language Pathologist

Marissa Odens, BS, SLP-LA, SLPP

Speech-Language Pathologist Licensed Assistant

Fargo

Certifications

Speech-Language Pathologist Licensed Assistant

Melissa Niemi, MS, CCC-SLP

Operations Manager

Fargo

Certifications

Melissa Niemi, MS, CCC-SLP
Therapy Operations Manager

Integrated Services

Through collaboration and our continuum of services, we utilize a team approach in order to provide individualized and person-centered services. For individuals receiving Speech Therapy, the following departments and services are vital components of this continuum.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy treats the whole person. As occupational therapists, we look at the individual’s participation while engaging in daily routines, such as play, activities of daily living, education, leisure, and social interactions.

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Physical Therapy

The physical therapy team works on all motor (movement) impairments. Physical therapy focuses on important motor skills of the developing child or young adult such as balance, strength, coordination, and walking.

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Early Intervention

Children who are under three-years of age who are evaluated for direct therapy services will be referred to Early Intervention services, which can be accessed through the Department of Human Services. This may provide additional opportunities to support their child’s development, as well as connect them with other services such as respite care or medical assistance. When Anne Carlsen Early Interventionists and direct therapists treat the same child, the family and child will benefit from the ongoing collaboration across all of the child’s natural environments.

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Speech Therapy Frequently Asked Questions

Get Started

We welcome your call or email to discuss your unique needs and the specialized services we can provide. For direct services contact your preferred medical provider for a referral. Referrals can be faxed to (701) 952-5142. You can expect a phone call within one week to schedule an appointment.