The mission of Endless Speech and Language Service is to provide compassionate and comprehensive services and improve the quality of life for clients and their families. We do this by offering individualized service targeting the needs of the child while educating families about early intervention strategies to improve communication skills. We offer affordable, professional, and highly effective speech therapy services to our clients’ in a clinic setting and/or their natural environment. Natural environments includes homes, daycares, schools, etc. Natural environments are a “safe space” for children when engaging with a new adult. It offers a level of confidence that results in positive therapy sessions.
Endless Speech and Language Service vision, for the community is to be family first while making a significant impact in the lives of each individual we serve. We will promote effective communication skills so that individuals may reach their maximum potential within their environment. We have the ability to see potential in what others overlook!
We offer speech and language therapy from birth to adolescence.
We have worked with children with an array of needs, such as:
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
What is a Speech-Language Pathologist?
Speech-Language Pathologists are referred to by many names including speech therapists, speech pathologists, but most common “SLP’s”. We are someone who is trained to diagnose and treat communication and swallowing impairments across the lifespan.
SLP’s focus on communication! SLPs work on improving a person’s speech intelligibility. We also work on language which includes what is understood (receptive language) and what is said (expressive language).
Meet the Therapist
Jasmine Christion, M.S. CCC-SLP is a native of Birmingham, Alabama. She is a graduate of The University of South Alabama with a Bachelor's in Speech and Hearing Science and Alabama A&M University with a Master of Science in Communication Science and Disorders. Holding a certification with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, she has extensive work skills servicing preschoolers to adolescent students over the last three years in the school setting. She has experience working with children with a variety of speech and language disorders and has a special interest in working with children with hearing impairments. She thoroughly enjoys meeting and getting to know the kids through their unique personalities. She has collaborated with multidisciplinary teams to address the communication and educational needs of clients with a wide variety of disability classifications including, but not limited to, emotional disturbance, intellectual disability, specific learning disability, speech-language impairments, phonological errors, stuttering, social skills, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. She is a huge advocate for helping individuals communicate effectively with peers and family. If she isn’t helping kids through therapy or creating activities, she is likely to enjoy time with her husband, Travis, family, and friends.