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Our Speech-Language Pathologists are trained to diagnose and treat the unique communication needs of each child through differential diagnosis and individualized treatment planning. Our therapists strive to support children’s communication strengths and needs across all communication settings including in-school and in the community. A brief list of the skills and areas of treatment our Speech-Language Pathologists support is included below.  

Speech & Language Difficulties:

  • Expressive Language Skills

  • Receptive Language Skills

  • Social Skills Delays

  • Articulation Skills (e.g., S, R, TH) 

  • Stuttering and Fluency  

  • Assistive Technology and Speech Devices

  • Augmentative Communication 

  • Vocabulary

  • Reading and Literacy Difficulties

  • Play Skills 

  • Apraxia of Speech (CAS)

  • Autism-Related Speech Services

  • Feeding, Eating, and Swallowing

  • Oral-motor Skill Development

  • Developmental Delay

  • Down Syndrome

  • Cleft Lip/Palate

  • Genetic Disorders

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Voice Disorders


Occupational Therapy Services help children of all ages and diagnoses

with challenges in the following areas:

  • Fine Motor Skills

  • Visual Motor Skills

  • Coordination

  • Motor Planning (moving and reacting to events)

  • Self-Help Skills (feeding and dressing)

  • Play Skills

  • Visual Perceptual Skills

  • Sensory Processing Differences

  • Oral Motor Skills

  • Food Aversions


Feeding therapy focuses on enhancing children’s pre-feeding skills, engagement in meals, and oral-motor skills for safe and effective eating. The goal of feeding therapy is to make mealtimes and food a fun and enjoyable experience for your entire family. Our Speech-Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists work individually and, on a team, to complete comprehensive evaluations and create individualized treatment goals to address the feeding and eating needs of all children. Although some children resolve “picky eating” on their own, if your child is presenting with several of the feeding difficulties below, a feeding evaluation may be beneficial. 

Feeding Therapy Difficulties:

  • Difficulties Chewing

  • Picky Eater 

  • Excessive Drooling

  • Avoids Certain Food Textures

  • Avoids Certain Food Smells

  • Long Meal Times

  • Will not accept table foods (solids) by 12 months of age 

  • Eats less than 20 foods by the age of 2 (Toomey, SOS Approach)

  • Avoids Certain Food Temperatures

  • Difficulties with Self-Feeding 

  • Frequent Spitting or Vomiting 

  • Coughing During Meals

  • Difficulties with Self-Feeding 

  • Frequent Spitting or Vomiting 

  • Gurgling/Wet Voice Quality

  • Difficulties Coordinating Breathing When Swallowing

  • Poor Weight Gain or Weight Loss

  • Eats Too Quickly