Inventive SLP

Speech, Language & Literacy Therapy

 In-Home Services in Philadelphia, Teletherapy in Pennsylvania

Sasha Brodskaya, M.A., CCC-SLP

Licensed Speech Language Therapist in PhiLadelphia, Pennsylvania

Aleksandra (Sasha) Brodskaya treats language & literacy impairments in children. She is trained in the Orton-Gillingham approach through Ascend Learning & Natural Language Acquisition (Gestalt Language Processing) through Meaningful Speech. She has worked in various settings over the past six years including early intervention, preschools, & K-12 schools. She has a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She has her Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA, is licensed by the Pennsylvania State Board of Examiners, and has a School Speech & Language Educational Specialist Certification.

Comprehensive Evaluations


I provide evaluations & individualized therapy for children struggling with the following:

  • Language Delay or Late Talking (Toddlers & Preschoolers)
  • Scripting/Echolalia without progress towards more spontaneous language
  • Difficulty Understanding Directions
  • Not Expressing Thoughts Clearly
  • Retelling Stories
  • Making Inferences
  • Identifying Topic and Main Idea
  • Recalling Details
  • Summarizing Information
  • Weak Vocabulary
  • Reading Struggles and/or Dyslexia
  • Poor Writing & Spelling
  • Poor Oral and Written Grammar
  • Using Sentences of appropriate length and complexity for their age


In-Home Services for Philadelphia Region

Teletherapy in Pennsylvania

Affordable Private Pay Rates

Accepting Insurance


“Sasha was very helpful to my daughter Chasya. She provided pragmatic language therapy in an encouraging and non-judgmental way. Chasya looked forward to her sessions and was able to apply what she learned in real life situations. Aleksandra really made Chasya feel comfortable and enabled her to learn and grow in her own way.”



Sasha has been wonderful with our daughter. It’s work and practice through play and our daughter enjoys the visits…Sasha provides an update of what they are working on and the progress of our daughter’s therapy.  She is realistic with her assessments and looks for the small gains we can see and build on.  Our daughter has responded well and self-corrects more often.  Most importantly, she looks forward to Sasha coming and is driven to continue working on her speech issues.”


*75-85% of English-speaking children are able to say correctly by corresponding age

Speech Sounds By Age

If your child is difficult to understand and does not produce sounds expected for their age, he or she may benefit from services. See this developmental chart below:


Age Intelligibility Speech Sounds*
3 75-80% P, B, M, T, D, N, H, T, K, G, W, NG, F, Y
4 90% L, J, CH, SH, S, V, Z
5 100% R, ZH, TH (voiced)
6 100% TH (voiceless)
7+ 100% All Sounds


McLeod, S. & Crowe, K. (2018). Children’s consonant acquisition in 27 languages: A cross-linguistic review. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. doi:10.1044/2018_AJSLP-17-0100