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Pediatric speech therapy helps treat children with communication challenges, both in how they speak and how they understand communication. Speech therapy also treats oral motor concerns, such as chewing and swallowing, as well as articulation, auditory processing, and social skills. Speech disorders affect the way a person creates sounds to form words. A person with a speech disorder may have difficulty in producing speech sounds correctly, omitting, connecting, or distorting sounds, and the processes used to correctly produce speech.


Speech and Language Therapy is for a child who has:

  • ​Apraxia

  • Autism

  • Articulation Disorders

  • Cleft Palate

  • Dyslexia (Orton Gillingham Therapy)

  • Early Language Delays

  • Executive Functioning (Attention, Organization)

  • Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders

  • Feeding Disorders

  • Fluency Disorders

  • Reading/Writing Difficulties

  • Selective Mutism

  • Swallowing Disorders

  • Tongue Thrust

  • Voice Disorders

  • Vocal Nodules


How we develop these skills in children

For children, our speech pathologists typically incorporate play such as sequencing activities or language-based board games. Treatment varies per person depending on the type of speech disorder which is why our speech pathologists take the time to truly get to know you before working with you.

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