Speech-Therapist

Professional Services

  • Individual Screenings

  • Comprehensive Speech-Language Evaluations

  • Comprehensive Reading Evaluations

  • Direct Therapy: Services are currently available in the comfort of your home or at your child’s day care or school.

  • Virtual-Therapy: Servicing Florida and New Jersey

  • Group presentations for schools, parent groups or professional organizations, on a variety of topics

  • School Consultation Services: May include student observations and professional development for school staff

  • Inclusion Support: Materials and tools, such as Social Stories or Visual Labels and Pictures, to help your organization become more inclusive, or your child become more functionally communicative.

Teacher & Student

Specializes In:

  • Articulation/Phonology

  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech

  • Receptive & Expressive Language

  • Oral Narrative & Discourse Skills

  • Dyslexia & Reading Challenges

  • Writing & Spelling Challenges

  • Executive-Functioning

  • Social Pragmatics

  • Neurodevelopmental & Genetically-based conditions

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Fees

Rachel E. Sakofs, M.S. CCC-SLP is pleased to service Florida and New Jersey with very competitive rates! As a small private practice, she does not have the resources to devote to billing insurance companies. Services may be covered by out-of-network benefits. It is important to become familiar with your individual health insurance plan since benefits vary across policies. She will provide the appropriate documentation including itemized invoice with diagnosis and treatment codes that clients can submit to their insurance for reimbursement.  She believes in the value of relationship based speech therapy for your family and does not want your child's services to be directed by an insurance company that does not understand their needs.

BrainWorks Therapy is an approved Gardiner Scholarship Provider. This scholarship is for students who are Florida residents three years old through graduation from 12th grade or age 22 (whichever comes first) in an eligible Florida private school or home education program who have been diagnosed with a variety of disabilities. Families can learn more about this scholarship here.