CCIC in the News

CCIC in the News

As seen in The Scout Guide Cincinnati

As seen in The Scout Guide Cincinnati

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ForWord Thinking to Impact Communications

When in Doubt, Check it Out!
"It is a fact that school-aged children with language problems are typically not proficient readers and writers, and frequently experience problems in reading and comprehension." says Sharon Collins, M.S., C.C.C.-S/LP, C.O.M., owner and director of the Cincinnati Center for Improved Communication.
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Let's Talk Because Communication is Basic to Living

What is the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship?
A public-school education is not right for everyone. Many students learn best in a school setting with smaller class sizes or a more individualized curriculum. Some Children may learn better in a home environment. However, private school tuition is expensive and home schooling can be expensive, depending on the type of curriculum chosen.
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ForWord Thinking to Impact Communications

ForWord Thinking to Impact Communication
Language and reading mastery are essential to learning and can be among the most difficult challenges a child faces. When a child listens, talks, or reads, he or she must use multiple brain areas. For some children, this process is laborious and can lead to low self-esteem and years of acedemic struggle.
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Let's Talk Because Communication is Basic to Living

Let's Talk Because Communication is Basic to Living
Parents, teachers and physicians want to give children and young adults every advantage possible. That's why when it comes to diagnostic and therapeutic services for individuals with communication disorders and language-based learning problems, they can turn to the Cincinnati Center for Improved Communication (CCIC).
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Orofacial Myology

Orofacial Myology!
Imagine you're in your mid-twenties and your employer sits you down to tell you, "I'm sorry, but until you fix your speech issues, we can't promote you." That is exactly what happened to Charlie, a professional salesman who sought help from Sharon Collins, president of the Cincinnati Center for Improved Communication.
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Partnering with Private Schools

Partnering With Private Schools: A Win-Win-Win
It's a frantic and oh-too-familiar scenario for many parents of school-aged children with speech, language and language-based learning issues: scrambling at the end of the work day to get sons and daughters from after-school activities in order to shuttle them to a therapist's office that closes at 6 p.m. Imagine if your children received those same individualized screening , diagnostic and therapy services on campus during their school day insteam Click here to read more