OUR PHILOSOPHY

Everyone deserves to have a voice in their community and to be heard by their community.

Chanel Bogany, B.S. 
Graduate Clinician

Chanel Bogany is a Graduate Student-Clinician in the Speech-Language Pathology program at The University of The District of Columbia. She is from Orlando, Florida, and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from The University of Florida and a second Bachelor’s in Communication Science and Disorders from The University of South Florida. Before relocating to the D.M.V. area for
graduate school, she worked as a Speech-Language Therapist (SLT) in the school district of Osceola County. Her interests within the field of Speech-Language Pathology include dysphagia, cognition, and feeding therapy. When she’s not being a student-clinician, she enjoys sewing, dancing, and DIY projects.

MEET OUR FOUNDER

Carleton Levert, M.S., CCC-SLP, CEO

Speech Therapist

Carleton holds a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from The University of the District of Columbia with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Ohio Wesleyan University. His experience is with special needs populations, primary to post-secondary school aged students, and those challenged by literacy skills. Carleton enjoys competitive swimming and at 17 had his first encounter as an educator as a swim instructor. He is licensed in the District of Columbia and is a member of the National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing (NBASLH).

MEET OUR TEAM

OUR  A P P R O A C H

Client-Oriented and Community Based

Community is an essential component to the well being of all people. Within each community people share  language to offer and ask for support, for love, to express joy. Some people experience communication challenges. Others need additional support to bridge language learning and/or cognitive gaps. Yet, all want to express themselves within and to be heard by their respective community.  

 

As a privately-owned speech-language pathology practice, ASK Therapy, LLC, specializes in helping people to meet language-based needs through advocacy, consulting, and therapeutic practices.

We're Hiring!

Positions:

Administrative Assistant

Seeking personnel to support with day-to-day operations such as correspondence, file management, and providing updates.

Interested in these available positions?

Send inquiries to:

 

ask.info@weaskspeech.com

 

We look forwrad to meeting you!

Contact Us 

ASK THERAPY, LLC

1629 L ST NE

WASHINGTON, DC 20002

o: 716-320-0112

f: 1-202-379-3979

e: ask.info@weaskspeech.com

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