Children can experience a range of difficulties while learning to communicate. Whether a child struggles with using and understanding language, creating speech sounds, play skills, or social communication, the results are often frustrating for the child. Our speech-language therapists are trained to evaluate, diagnose, and treat children who have speech, language, cognitive, and social disorders. Our therapists work one-on-one with children and their families to teach them how to improve oral and written language skills. Our goal is to improve their communication at school, at home, and in every facet of life.
Our therapists have a range of experience including, but not limited to:
- Articulation and related motor speech disorders
- Fluency Disorders
- Cognitive/Attention Impairments
- Expressive Language Disorders/Delays
- Receptive Language Disorders/Delays
- Literacy and pre-literacy difficulties
- Phonological Difficulties
- Pragmatic (Social) Difficulties
- Tongue Thrust
- Written Expression Difficulties
Our therapists thoroughly assess each child and create treatment plans when needed. Treatment plans are tailored to meet the needs of both the child and family, in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team as appropriate. They are based on principles of child development and evidence-based practice.
Our specially trained therapists work with children and families to determine the best course of treatment, adapting the treatment as the needs change. The program support children through young adulthood.
If you have any doubts about your child’s progress with speech and language, give us a call and set up an evaluation.