Speech Therapy Services

  • Receptive Language & Auditory Processing
    • ​​The ability to understand spoken or written information, including following directions and answering questions. 
  • Expressive Language
    • ​​The ability to communicate to express one's ideas, feelings or intentions to others through expanded vocabulary, sentence formation and grammatical skills.
  • Articulation
    • The formation of clear and distinct sounds in speech production.
  • Pragmatics
    • The “how' and “why” one communicates, which is impacted by speaker-listener intentions and relations. Both verbal and non-verbal rules that dictate our social interactions. 
  • Apraxia
    • The motor planning and sequencing of sounds/words for communication. 
  • Dysfluency
    • Speech that exhibits deviations in continuity, fluidity, rate and effort, with hesitations or repetition of sounds, words or phrases.
  • Feeding Therapy
    • Feeding challenges can include limited food repertoire, food sensitivities, sensory aversions, difficulty swallowing (dysphagia), "failure to thrive," and others. 
  •  Oral Motor 
    • The awareness, strength, coordination, movement, and endurance of the lips, cheeks, tongue, and jaw which is necessary for proper speech and feeding development.



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