Children’s Language Development Solutions (CLDS) led by Carole Flynn provides highly specialized educational and consulting services for children, families, and professionals in support of language development, communication, social skills and meeting educational goals. This service is dedicated primarily for children who are non-verbal and have complex language and learning challenges such as:

Autism Spectrum Disorders, Non-Verbal/Limited Language Skills, Developmentally Delayed, ADHD, Auditory/Language Processing Challenges, Down Syndrome, Selective Mutism, Deaf, Hearing Impaired, Children with neurological or other disorders that affect language and communication.


Carole, M.Ed. Special Needs/Language is a seasoned professional with over 25 years of experience working with a diverse group of children of all ages who have a wide range of language, learning and social challenges. Carole has worked in public and private schools as a teacher and consultant, professional development presenter and a direct service provider. Carole currently offers services to clients at her private practice and in addition provides specialty services at the International Academy of Hope (iHope) and other programs for the New York City Department of Education.


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Session with Wesley

Wesley is Non-Verbal, hearing, with significant cognitive, and physical global developmental delays. When Wesley first started he had limited communication skills, mostly by pointing and use of some pictures. This is a video from a one-on-one session 2 years later and shows the progress he has made.


Carole Flynn, M.Ed. Special Needs / Language

1 West 34th Street, Suite 1201

New York, NY 10001

(212) 564-9405

[email protected]

Household Survival for Everyday Life

Ritchie is non-verbal with severe autism and has limited language and communication skills. Listen to the family's review of how Carole's Household Survival for Everyday Life program gave Ritchie a "Voice".