Speech Therapy
and Education and Communication

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) can help a child improve one of the most important aspects of their life: communication. They work to assess, diagnose and treat the many areas of speech and language. These areas include:

  • Articulation: producing sounds correctly and clearly.
  • Fluency: speaking with appropriate flow, rhythm and speed.
  • Expressive Language: the use of words, sentences, gestures and writing to convey meaning and messages to others.
  • Receptive Language: understanding words, gestures and concepts and the ability to gain information and meaning from the environment.
  • Social Communication: communicating with others by greeting, commenting, asking questions, following rules for conversation.
  • Cognitive Communication: organizing thoughts, remembering, planning and problem solving
  • Oral-Motor: strengthening oral musculature and increasing range of motion to help facilitate effective eating and swallowing.
  • Training on using and adapting augmentative communication devices.
Therapy focuses on developing speech and language skills and implementing strategies to help children communicate across all settings.
Another important aspect of speech therapy services is training parents and caregiver on how to stimulate/facilitate communication.

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1How do we get started? 
Your child will need a current referral from the physicians office to begin the new patient process. The referral must be for evaluation and treatment.
2Are you accepting new patients?
Please contact our office directly for the most up to date availability. We can not guarantee a spot will be available with any of our therapists due to the high demand in the area for Occupational, Physical, and Aquatic Therapy. Our schedules are always changing though, so once we understand the scope or need of the new patient, we can properly determine if we will be able to help.
3When is the next online webinar / meeting?
If you visit the Events page, you will be able to see the most up to date schedule we have available! If there's an ongoing series you would like to follow, simply find the series under the Events tab to see the latest just from that series!
4Can you tell me a little more about a specific treatment?
We believe in helping others as much as possible. We would be happy to discuss our methods and philosophy - simply contact us for more information!