Speech & Language Therapy

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

-       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

 

If you are interested in learning more about speech and language therapy or would like a free consultation you can request additional information here, or you can speak with someone directly by phone at 615-376-9633.