My son, Hudson, started coming to Communication Works when he was just 3 years old. His initial evaluation was eye-opening, revealing he was more delayed in speech and language development than we had thought. Since that day, our SLP Jessie and the entire staff at CW has shown patience, dedication, compassion, and commitment to excellence that far exceeds my expectations each week, each session. Hudson shows steady improvement, which has not only improved his life, but our family’s as well.
My daughter has been going here for over a year and we are amazed at the progress she has made! We’re so happy with Communication Works and what they have done for her. Highly recommend!
My daughter has therapy once a week with the fabulous people here. She asks every day if she can “go to speech” when I pick her up at school! They are wonderful and we have seen such an improvement in just a short time; highly recommend them to anyone!
My youngest started speech with the team at Communication Works after other attempts with other systems to help his severe speech delay. Well, apparently, you have to find the right people to get the job done! His progress was immediate and quick. We have only been with this group a year, but we could not sing their praises any louder! They helped our son find his voice and that is a sweet, sweet thing! He looks forward to ‘playing with Miss Amber’ every week. Thank you!!!
Toni Morehouse represented Communication Works at the Project Lifesaver/Safety LNK kickoff and had a photo op with Dan, Marianne, Beau, and Ad Young, founders of the Jullia Rose Foundation. Project Lifesaver aids law enforcement in locating individuals who wander by...read more
Communication Works had the opportunity to participate in the Lincoln Area Home School Resource Expo last Saturday, August 11. Here we see our own Jessie Kohn, Amber Jara with Cecil Pete, and Carol Bowen at the Communication Works table. Thanks, Heartland Home...read more
It was a dark and stormy day at Communication Works, but the Red Cross blood drive went without a hitch! We had 25 people volunteer to donate blood, including two Communication Works clinicians. Thanks, Paige and Aliza for giving back to the community! And thanks to...read more
Beginning in May, Communication Works hosted a coloring contest to celebrate Better Hearing and Speech Month. All clients and their siblings were invited to participate, with a $10 Target gift card going to the winner of the contest. Here we see Ada Foral (big sister...read more
All of our speech-language pathologists are in the "Love to Learn Club". Aliza Stremlau and Kylie Lureen attended the 2018 Nebraska ASD Network State Conference in Omaha on April 19-20. We can't wait to see what Aliza and Kylie learned and have to share with clients...read more
Question: What happens when you get two or more speech-language pathologists together in one room? Answer: Non-stop communication, great conversation, warm camaraderie, and esprit de corps! Here we see the Communication Works team enjoying a holiday dinner and evening...read more