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Child In Speech Therapy



Therapy and Consultation Services

Caregiver and/or School Support

Community Education

Elementary School Student

Areas We Can Support

Speech Sound Production

If your child is having difficulties pronouncing certain sounds or has unclear speech, contact us.  We can identify if your child's speech development is on track, provide assessment to identify speech goals and practice tips, and arrange for 1-to-1 therapy.  We assess and treat children with all types of  speech sound disorders, including articulation, phonological disorders and Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS).  


Early Language Development

If your toddler or preschooler is not yet talking and is showing signs of possible language delay, contact us.  We can assess and monitor language skills and let you know if your child is on the right track or needs some support.  We provide naturalistic play-based developmental therapy approaches  for children who are at risk for or are experiencing Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) or Language Disorders associated with biomedical conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  

Listening & Spoken Language Skills

Does your child have difficulty finding words, building sentences, following directions or using language to connect with others?  We can provide comprehensive language assessments and therapy to help maximize listening skills and promote the development of oral language and communication skills.  We are also available to provide consultation support and in-services to school teams. 

Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC)

Augmentative & alternative communication, or AAC, is any device, system or method that improves the ability of an individual with a communication impairment to communicate more effectively.  AAC is used with people who are non-speaking or minimally speaking as a way to provide them with a 'voice' (i.e. as an 'alternative' to speaking) or with people who have severe speech or language problems and therefore benefit from AAC to 'augment' their communication abilities. 

Literacy Skills

Oral language skills are the foundation for literacy skill development.  We can help children who are at risk of developing language-based reading disorders through early identification and intervention supports.  We offer comprehensive language and literacy assessments to help identify functional goals to support learning at home and school.    For children with dyslexia, we  offer evidence-informed programming to develop stronger reading, writing and spelling skills.

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