Speech and Language pathologists, also known as “speech therapists,” do more than just help those who stutter or have a lisp. They do much more than that. Our team of highly trained Speech and Language Pathologists treat issues including, but not limited to: Stuttering; Articulation (the way things are spoken); language and speech delays; swallowing disorders; problem solving skills that deal with social communication and speech; reading comprehension and decoding the speech of others; hearing impairments; traumatic brain injury; dementia; neurological problems; dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Speech-language pathologists are very highly trained. They study anatomy and physiology, neuroanatomy, genetics, human and language development, linguistics, psychology, acoustics and more, which is why they are qualified to evaluate, diagnose and treat a broad range of issues.
CMADC Speech & Language Providers
Rivki Kleinman, SLP
Rivki Kleinman is a speech and language therapist. She graduated in 2011 from the University of Cincinnati, with a Masters degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Armed with almost six years of experience, Mrs. Kleinman has an in-depth knowledge of the treatment of articulation disorders, language delays, stuttering, and other children’s issues of speech and language. Mrs. Kleinman previously served at Yeled V’Yalda in Williamsburg, NY. She is associated with Advanced Therapeutic Concepts, and Wellspring Early Intervention Services. Languages Spoken: Yiddish, English
Yaakov Levi, SLP
After finishing his Master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology at Maryland’s Towson University in 1996, Mr. Levi worked in Early Intervention as well as in nursing homes in New York City and in Brooklyn as a Staff Speech Pathologist. Working with issues such as language disorders; and hearing and swallowing problems among his patients, Mr. Levi moved up to senior and supervisory level roles at various clinics throughout the New York Metro area. He has experience as a case reviewer for insurance plans in regard to complex speech and language cases; and develops plans of care for pediatric as well as adult and geriatric patients. Languages Spoken: English, Yiddish, Hebrew
Yaakov Skovronsky, SLP
Mr. Skovronsky graduated Cum Laude from Touro College in 2004 with a BS in Speech and Communications before he went on to receive his Master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology at Touro College Graduate School of Speech Language Pathology in 2007. He completed his externship at Omni Rehabilitation Center and continued on as a Speech Pathologist there for several years. In his free time, Mr. Skovronsky enjoys all types of music and plays several instruments he has even worked with young adults as a piano instructor.
We offer complete medical service under one roof. Our highly trained professionals reflect our commitment to quality, while serving our diverse range of clientele in many languages such as English, Spanish, Yiddish, Hebrew, French Creole, Russian and more. Call 845-352-6800 to Schedule Your Appointment Today!!