really appreciate Raquel, she is very polite and professional, and always trying to fit my child in. All the therapists work
very hard and are always professional, polite, and patient with my son. They are also very knowledgeable, and I appreciate
each of them. Thanks for helping our son!”
“My son is extremely comfortable with Mrs. Paige and everyone in the office! Everyone
is very friendly and welcoming.”
“Thank you so much for helping us over the years! I am so thankful to have met and worked
with all of you and your staff. When I left overwhelmed, your encouragement kept us going forward. Thanks again!”
“Great stuff all around! Helped with insurance questions and are all so great with my son.”
“Debbie and her staff are amazing. My child has made incredible progress in his reading, language, and is now
getting help with math. I will and have recommended Superior. Thank you SO much for all you do!”
“Office staff are amazing, friendly, and very accommodating. Always recommend when someone
needs services offered at this facility.”
"Debbie Campbell and the
staff at Superior Therapy have been an answer to prayer for my son. We had been going to doctors, psychologists and
tutors for 3 years before we finally found a program that deals specifically with dyslexia. In just 6 months of therapy,we
have seen the most improvement in his language ability. I am an English teacher and have taught in schools and home
educated for many years; I have never come across such an effective reading program as the Barton Reading System. It
breaks the English language down into small understandable pieces and teaches spelling rules in a simple, explicit manner,different
from traditional methods. Debbie Campbell is a Godsend to our family and a truly gifted educator." -
Mandy Mathieu, 2008
"My son had been held back in school. Even in ESE, he couldn't keep up with
the other students. He would not be allowed to go to the bathroom or go out for recess if he could not complete the
work. He had ulcers and abdominal problems. He would come home crying and depressed.Now he is homeschooled and
Debbie and Teri take care of his reading, phonics and spelling with the Barton Reading and Spelling Program. My son
has dyslexia, apraxia, dyscalcula, auditory processing disorder. Through the Barton Program and Debbie and Teri's help,
he is making slow, steady progress and HE IS FINALLY READING! I am so proud of him. Superior Therapy offers a
comfortable, happy environment that helps him excel. He enjoys coming and doesn't feel frustrated when he leaves.
The staff is loving, patient, kind and they work hard for him. They want only whats best for him and help you, as a
parent, when needed. My son has found the right place."- Julie Coonse, 2010
"Superior Therapy has
made such a big difference in my daughters ability to speak better and willingness to eat different foods that we could never
get her to try, let alone eat, before. She enjoys her visits with Mrs. Lara so much that everyday when she wakes up
the first question is "Am I going to therapy today?" It has been a great experience and the therapist and
staff here are amazing with her". - The Durkin Family, 2010
"Our son has been a client of Superior
Therapy since April 2006. Through Debbie Campbell's evaluation, we obtained the missing link about our son's academic
difficulties. We are so thankful because we would finally be able to help our son and understand what his learning
needs were. Debbie Campbell provided ongoing educational services, information, support and resources to help our son
with dyslexia. Debbie has always been available for questions, concerns and professional recommendations. Debbie
Campbell is a life savor. She is truely superior". - Valerie Cullum, 2010
"My son, Dante, was upset at first because he doesn't like new places. He
got comfortable FAST though. He has so much fun here. The therapists make his visits fun and exciting. He
laughs, smiles, and comes back for more! As a mom, it feels good to know he is in good hands during therapy. The
therapists also give you great information and ideas for at home too!" :-) - Johnson Family, 2010
"My oldest son had recieved services here for the better part of 2 years when his
insurance decided that he didn't need it anymore. Just after my youngest turned 3 was the first time I was able to get
speech services for him. So about about 2 years all we (my husband, my youngest and myself) heard was "I want to
see my Emily...When can I see my Emily again?""
here is more than their certificate and professional accomplishments. In the eyes of my children, they are as dear as
an aunt or any other member of our family. Words cannot express my gratitude to all of the staff members at Super Therapy!"
- With Warmest Thoughts, Amber & Joseph Galarza, 2010
"My son is dyslexic. This
isn't a label of what is wrong with him. It's a difference in learning. He learns differently, he is not broken. He is DIFFERENT
but last year, at this time, I didn't know that he was dyslexic. I simply knew that things were not progressing towards him
being able to master reading and that nothing I had done so far had changed anything. No amount of evaluations nor days of
therapy had changed where he was at. I was frustrated because I believed in allowing him to be who he was but I knew there
was something there that was blocking part of his potential. Don't get me wrong. The little whippersnapper could memorize
just about anything, work through any level of skilled problem and could "read" context better than most readers.
He soaked up knowledge but could not write or read. Despite all the things we had been told about what kids "should"
do developmentally, he had only just really started showing markers for being ready to. I don't believe in forcing learning
on those who aren't ready but once they are...well, let's see what we can do!"
I fought over the decision to fire my son's "therapists", realizing that they were not helping him. I began searching
for something beyond what I had been told was "wrong" and trying to find a fit for him that would help him progress.
I got into long discussions that sometimes, simply didn't end well. I was looking for evaluations not to fit him into a mold
but to figure out what his mold was made out of. It took trusting every bit of instinct I had to know that I was doing the
right thing for him in not just continuing to go to the therapist. My son came home that last time, crying and banging his
head on the van seat saying "I'm so stupid" and if that was the effect it was going to have...then it's better to
have a child who believes in himself and his own strengths than one who can read. A person who believes in himself can learn
to read. A person who has no faith in himself will never be able to accomplish what he is built to do. Therapy was destroying
what he knew about himself."
"Last October, I was told that I should have my son "taken away
from me" because of his deficits and forced to put him in public school by an uneducated woman at a kid's campout. Why?
Because she knew I homeschooled and my son couldn't read at age 9. Never mind that over a year of therapy had yielded NO results
and in fact, had led my son down a path of self-hatred and resentment of anything to do with reading."
October, my son read his first book with me. We had worked patiently for 2 months, doing basic reading and sight words. He
wanted to earn his half of a DSi. He read the book. Less than a month later, he couldn't recognize any of the words from that
first book. He could memorize context and memorize the words. He couldn't figure them out later. How was he going to take
this fantastic vocabulary and incredible imagination and do anything with it, if it was all locked away from him in his head?"
"We took a few months off from him reading anything.
I read to him. I read everything. Street signs, book covers, magazine articles, historical place markers, Percy Jackson books.
In short, I unschooled him back into understanding what reading was. It was life. It was all around us. It wasn't hard and
it wasn't painful and it wasn't something that made us stupid, it was something that let us see our world...differently. I
put reading back into perspective for him and used it to open things back up. I stopped allowing it to be an obstacle and
started encouraging him to draw again and draw me lots of pictures and then I would write captions out of what he told me.
We just lived. We didn't focus on what he couldn't do and we didn't try to force it. And this past month, we went to
a different kind of therapist. One who knows dyslexia. One who talked to Alex with respect and with kindness and told him
that no way was there anything wrong with him. We were going to learn new tricks to take what was different about him and
learn to use it. And one who looked at me and said the best thing I had done for my son was to allow him to be himself until
he was ready and capable.
Reading to him? Great! Keep doing it! Not going to school? Not a problem! When I asked how
I could be involved in his therapy, they were totally on board with talking to us. Need time to discuss things, do it! Want
to come be in the room? Sure! They wanted to know more about HIM as a person, how he worked, what I thought they should know...they
were so open. They were so different. I have interviewed 10 different therapy groups since A. was originally diagnosed with
speech apraxia at almost age 3."
"Unschooling isn't neglect. It's learning
from life and trusting that there is a path to that learning, not forcing it." - Shannon Mitchell, 2010
have been bringing my son, Cayden, to Superior Therapy for over six months now and I can't believe the change in him! Cayden
has worked with a few different therapists and he absolutely loaves all of them. Cayden is speaking and learning so much!
We both love our time at Superior Therapy." - Parent of Cayden, 2018