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Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is a service of which many people are familiar. Children can have speech and language disorders because of a medical problem (e.g. seizures), a developmental delay (e.g. feeding difficulties), an additional diagnosis (e.g. Autism) or an unknown reason. If any of these describe your child, you are not alone, we can help!

  • When a child has a Speech Disorder, they are unable to produce, initiate or imitate speech sounds correctly or fluently.
  • When a child has a Voice Disorder, they have a problem misusing or abusing their voice, or having difficulties with vocal volume.
  • When a child has a Receptive Language Disorder, they have trouble understanding what their parents, siblings and teachers are saying.
  • When a child has a Expressive Language Disorder, they have difficulties sharing their wants, ideas, and feelings accurately.

If you suspect your child might have a speech, voice, or language disorder, you can either sign-up for an evaluation or if you already have a diagnosis, sign-up for therapy.

For more information about what services we offer, check out our Services page.

For more information from American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, our governing body, please visit Speech and Language Disorders and Diseases

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