- Sat, Apr 15San Diego
- Time is TBDLocation is TBDTime is TBDLocation is TBDThis is a very special annual event that takes place in June and celebrates the Filipino heritage and community. The night encompasses a delicious dinner, authentic entertainment and a thoughtful and touching program. Proceeds from the event benefit the San Diego RiteCare Childhood Language Center.
The RiteCare Childhood Language Center of San Diego, is a private, nonprofit organization that has provided millions of dollars in services to thousands of children in San Diego County since 1981. We are one of 17 RiteCare Language Programs throughout California supported by the California Scottish Rite Foundation. Help ensure the future of our children by making a contribution today!
To make a contribution by cash or check, please send payments to:
San Diego RiteCare Childhood Language Center
ATTN: Business Development Department
1895 Camino del Rio South
San Diego, CA 92109
Please make checks payable to the California Scottish Rite Foundation, and include “San Diego RiteCare CLC” in the memo section.
The RiteCare Childhood Language Center of San Diego, located in Mission Valley, opened in 1981. Since opening, we have provided services to thousands of children in the San Diego area. Our services are provided by licensed, board-certified speech-language pathologists. Speech-language pathology evaluations and therapy are provided for a variety of communication disorders. Each child who is accepted into our program receives up to $7,000 in services and all treatment is offered to families free of charge.
The RiteCare Childhood Language Center of San Diego provides life-changing speech and language therapy services to children ages 2-12 in San Diego who have communication disorders, with no required fees to their families. Our goal is to ensure that every child in San Diego has the communication skills they need to thrive in school and beyond.
Complete diagnostic speech-language evaluations
One-on-one or small group therapy sessions
Session observation and home activities for parents
Phonology – patterns of sound errors, the child may delete one sound from a consonant cluster (saying “poon” for “spoon” and “back” for “black” or substitute all sounds made in the back of the mouth for those in the front of the mouth (saying “tup” for “cup”)
Stammering – disruptions in the fluency of speech, the child may use repetitions of words, parts of words, or prolongations of sounds.
Articulation – errors in the production of speech sounds, the child may substitute, delete, add, or change sounds (saying “wabbit” for “rabbit” or a lisp).
Voice – unusual vocal quality, the child’s voice sounds harsh, hoarse, or breathy.
Childhood Apraxia of Speech – motor speech disorder, the child knows what he/she wants to say, but his/her brain has difficulty coordinating the muscle movements needed, the child has problems saying sounds, syllables, and words.
Expressive Language – difficulty using spoken language to express thoughts, the child may have trouble naming objects/pictures, putting words into sentences, having conversations, or using proper grammar.
Receptive Language – difficulty understanding what is said, the child may have trouble following directions, understanding questions, or identifying objects/pictures.
Disorders Evaluated and Treated
© 2023 by the California Scottish Rite Foundation, a 501c (3) organization. The Federal Tax Number for the California Scottish Rite Foundation is: 94-6078728.
1895 Camino del Rio South
San Diego, CA 92108
The RiteCare Childhood Language Center of San Diego
Phone: (619) 291-2506
San Diego RiteCare Center Director
Tina Burns M.A., CCC-SLP
Tina has been a speech-language pathologist since 2005 and has been working at the San Diego RiteCare Childhood Language Center since October 2007. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Miami University in 2003, and her Master of Arts degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2005. Tina holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), and is licensed as a Speech-Language Pathologist in the state of California.