Who We Are
Thoughts to Words is a private (out-of-network provider) speech and language therapy practice in Westchester County that services the lower Hudson Valley.
We offer Individual therapy sessions to address the client's areas of concern ranging from articulation disorders, pragmatic/social skills, expressive/ receptive and language delays, literacy development, stuttering/speech fluency, phonological awareness, pediatric feeding and accent modification.
Hi, I'm Chennelle
NYS Licensed Speech & Language Pathologist
5+ Years of Professional Experience
Teachers College, Columbia University, M.S. Speech and Language Pathology
Binghamton University, B.S. Human Development
Chennelle Parker is an NYS licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with five years of experience and counting. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA), as well as a Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) License.
Chennelle has worked in a variety of settings including school-based and early intervention. She is responsible for the organization and implementation of services along with providing evaluations to meet the needs of her clients. Chennelle specializes in expressive and receptive language development, articulation/phonological disorders, social/pragmatic skills, reading intervention, and fluency. In addition, she is trained in the multi-sensory, clinically proven researched-based program known as Lively - Letters; a program that is geared towards hastening reading achievement and closing the gap with struggling readers.
At Thoughts to Words, we strive to provide the uppermost
quality of speech and language services to children, adolescents and
adults. I work diligently in teaching individuals how to effectively
communicate with loved ones and peers, which will inspire them to
actively participate in areas of society.
Assessments allow our clinicians to determine the area(s) of concern that require treatment. If your child received an evaluation within the last year, all documents must be provided. An initial consultation with be provided and the clinician will then review and discuss his/her clinical impressions along with recommendations for therapy.
Telehealth (also known as teletherapy) is the delivery of service through video platform (Zoom, Google meets). Telehealth provides flexibility and convenience from the comfort of your own home. Young children between ages 2-5 and older can benefit from telehealth with assistance from their caregivers, if needed. ASHA has determined telehealth is an appropriate model of service delivery by speech-language pathologists. Platforms such as Google Meets or Zoom are both HIPPA compliant.
Speech and Language Therapy can help children who struggle with expressive/receptive language skills, pragmatic skills, fluency, articulation, literacy/ reading intervention and pre-language development. We offer 30, 45, 60 minutes individual speech and language sessions to target a variety of skills. Caregivers are strongly encouraged to participate to maximize carryover opportunities.
Services are offered in-person or virtually
Are you ready to hear your child turn their Thoughts to Words...