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Speech Therapy

Our speech-language pathologists provide clinical/educational services, prevention, education, and research. The inability to communicate directly affects children’s ability to learn, develop and maintain social relations. The primary goal of intervention is to become independent and to

function effectively in society. Speech and language therapy focuses on the development of functional communication. Our goal is to increase communication skills for children, including the multicultural and bilingual population, with language delays, hearing loss, and difficulty producing speech sounds.

Our licensed, experienced speech-language pathologists have advanced training and specialization in evaluating and treating children with a variety of communication and developmental needs including, but not limited to:
  • Articulation Disorders (speech sound productions)
  • Auditory Processing Disorders
  • Autism, PDD-NOS, and ADHD 
  • Developmental Delays
  • Early & Emergent Literacy
  • Expressive Language (using language)
  • Feeding Disorders (sensory & non-sensory based) 
  • Fluency Disorders (stuttering)
  • Hearing Loss
  • Language Delays
  • Phonological & Phonemic Awareness
  • Phonological Disorders (highly unintelligible speech) 
  • Pragmatic Skills (social language skills)
  • Receptive Language (understanding language)
  • Velo-Pharyngeal Insufficiency (Cleft of the lip/palate)
  • Vocabulary Development
  • Voice Disorders