Carol Krakower, M.A. CCC-SLP

Brook 35 Park

2130 Highway 35, Suite 311

Sea Girt, NJ 08750

Serving Monmouth County and Ocean County




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There are several reasons why you or your child may be struggling with speech. The first step in resolving the issue is undergoing a comprehensive evaluation. Once the source of the issue is identified, specialized therapy may be required.

At Cornerstone Speech & Language, we offer specialized therapy for all of the most prevalent issues associated with speech production. 






We Specialize In


If a person’s speech is not clear, it may be due to the structure of the mouth, an inability to discriminate sounds in words, muscle tone or several other factors.    Read More . . .



Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neurobiologically-based social communication disability.    Read More . . .


Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Childhood Apraxia of Speech is a neurological pediatric speech disorder in which the child knows what he wants to say, but lacks the ability to plan speech movements in order to say the words.    Read More . . .


Improving Language Comprehension

Some children who do not have hearing loss, or difficulty speaking or any general developmental delay nonetheless have difficulty comprehending language.    Read More . . .


Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson’s disease (PD) often results in a disordered motor system, which can then affect the respiratory system, larynx, and articulation. The symptoms of this include reduced breath support, vocal loudness and clarity of speech. Read more...


Swallowing Disorders in Children

Swallowing disorders, also called dysphagia, can occur at different stages in the swallowing process. At the oral phase, the disorders impact sucking, chewing, and moving food or liquid into the throat. Swallowing disorders are correctable and require specialized therapy.  Read more...


Tongue Thrust Speech Therapy

As the infant moves into childhood, the tongue is no longer as large and starts to retract in the mouth. Sometimes this process is not completed optimally and a person has what is called a "tongue thrust" - the tongue is resting too far forward in the mouth.  Read More...


Tongue Tie Speech Therapy

A tongue tie (also called ankyloglossia) occurs when the band of tissue that attaches the blade of the tongue to the floor of the mouth (the frenum) is too tight or restricted.  Read more...


Voice Disorders

We work with otolaryngologists to develop therapy plans that cater to each client's communication needs.  We use evidence-based programs such as Lessac-Madsen Resonant Voice Training (LMRVT) and Vocal Function Exercises, which can often  help restore the voice to functioning with less strain and pain.  






Speech-Language Pathologists