A small private pediatric speech/language therapy practice, CTS serves children in Montgomery & Howard Counties (MD) who require evidence-based, quality, & collaborative speech/language evaluation & therapy for a range of speech/language/social pragmatic communication delays & disorders including speech sound production (articulation, apraxia); receptive, expressive, & social/pragmatic language disorders; and ASD, assistive technology (AT), & augmentative communication (AAC) needs. CTS aims to help children achieve personal, social, & educational success by developing & improving their communication & early literacy skills and by educating their parents/caregivers about their child’s issues & helping them reinforce therapies at home. Using an integrated, collaborative approach to therapy, your child's cognitive & related services goals are respected, & parents, caregivers, teachers, & related therapists are seen as part of your child's team. Please join us, a communication partnership!
CTS is fee-for-service only.
BONNIE S. KRAMER, Ed., CCC/SLP has over 34 years experience in diagnostic speech/language assessment & therapy within public & private school, hospital, institutional/group homes, & private practice settings. She is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), her national professional association, is licensed by the State of MD to practice speech/language pathology, has been awarded 6 ACE Awards for exceeding professional Continuing Education requirements by ASHA, and was awarded the Pat LaBerge Award for Assistive Technology by MCPS for assistive technology expertise. She is PROMPT- and Social-Thinking trained and a member of X-Minds (Partnership for Extraordinary Minds), the Speech and Hearing Discussion Group of Greater Washington, MATN (the Maryland Assistive Technology Network), and has volunteered at A.T.Last in Columbia, MD & the Sandy Spring Museum in Montgomery County. Numerous professional & parent commendations are available.
M. Ed., post-graduate work
- Ages 0-3
- Ages 4-8
- Alternative Augmentative Communication