Speech Therapy

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We provide services for the following areas and diagnoses:

  • Apraxia - difficulty coordinating muscle movements 


  • Articulation/Speech - difficulty articulating specific types of sounds


  • Auditory Processing -neurological deficit affecting how the brain processes spoken language


  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication - communication using alternative methods to supplement/replace speech


  • Autism Spectrum Disorders - a condition characterized by difficulty communicating and forming relationships with others, difficulty using language and understanding abstract concepts 


  • Developmental Delay - a condition in which a child demonstrates a significant delay in attaining milestones in areas such as language, social development, and/or motor development


  • Down Syndrome - a congenital disorder characterized by developmental delays


  • Fluency/Stuttering - speaking with involuntary repetition of sounds and/or words


  • Cognitive Deficits - impairment in mental processes such as memory, attention, and executive functioning


  • Oral Motor Deficits - tongue thrust, interdental productions, difficulty using muscles to talk/chew/eat


  • Phonological Disorder - difficulty organizing the patterns of sounds


  • Receptive/Expressive Language - difficulty understanding or using language


  • Social Skills/Pragmatics - skills we use to communicate and interact with others, verbally and nonverbally