Carol Krakower, M.A. CCC-SLP

Brook 35 Park

2130 Highway 35, Suite 311

Sea Girt, NJ 08750

Serving Monmouth County and Ocean County

 

732.800.3001

 

Testimonials

Carol helped my young son greatly with his speech problems. Her methods worked so well for my son. Thank You.

Harold Stevenson

Finding Carol was such a blessing. Her unique ability to help solve my daughter's speech problems after many others failed allowed her to find her confidence. Thank You.

Deena Waters

"Our sincerest thanks for all your help and efforts in working with the boys.  We can say with certainty that neither of them would be as far along if not for your dedication and fantastic way with both of them."

"Rich and I would like to thank you so much for your thoughtful and thorough evaluation of Anna.  And your very kind observations of her as a person!  We really appreciate it so much."

"Thank you for everything you've done for Billy.  You're patient, kind and always attentive to his needs.  We couldn't have wished for a better teacher and a more positive first experience for Billy.  Thank you.".

"Thank you so much for all your work with Matt-- you are a miracle worker!  We especially appreciated how wonderful you were in working with him.  He's a shy little boy and he loved going to see "Miss Carol" and then practicing at home with all your fun and creative activities."

"At two years old, Matthew could say two words, "dada" and "uh huh."  After three short months in speech therapy, he not only says words but he talks to us.  I have found that by working with the foundation that Carol has layed, we have made amazing progress.  Here is what I do:  I incorporate the lesson from speech into our everyday routine by asking specific questions.  We do this all day.  For example, while working on the "m" sound, I would ask Matthew if he likes pizza.  He would have to answer the only way he knew how--by saying "Mmm!"  I have continued to do this with the "words of the week."  Not only do I ask specific questions, but I get everyone involved, including his 5-year-old brother.  For example, while working on words ending with "m", such as "come" and "home," we would ask Matthew what time Daddy was going to come home from work.  After a couple of days, Matthew was announcing "Daddy come home work!"  These are just a couple of examples of how incorporating speech into everyday life can make a world of difference."

Speech-Language Pathologists