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Pediatric Speech and Language Therapy

Speech Therapy

Pediatric Speech Language Pathologists evaluate and treat delays in communication skills. Areas can include articulation, language, social-pragmatic skills, and fluency. Speech therapists work on functional communication skills as well as skills used within the academic setting. Communication may be oral, it may be with assistive communication devices (AAC), and can also include gestures and the use of language in social situations. Speech and Language Pathologists also evaluate oral motor structures including tongue, lip and jaw movement which can affect articulation, feeding and swallowing.


Our therapists have the following advanced training:

  • Floortime (introductory course)

  • Sensory Processing

  • Interactive Metronome

  • Infant feeding, complex medical feeding, sensory feeding

  • "It Takes Two"/Hannen

  • Parent coaching and routine-based interventions


Speech and Language therapists work with children with the following diagnoses

and concerns:

  • Apraxia

  • Autism

  • Expressive and Receptive Language Delays

  • Stuttering

  • Pragmatic Language Issues/Social Skills

  • Auditory Processing Delays

  • Executive Functioning Delays

  • Articulation Delays

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