Speech/Language Therapy (ST)
What is Speech & Language Therapy?
A pediatric speech-language pathologist (SLP), commonly known as a “speech therapist”, teaches children the essential verbal and non-verbal communication skills needed to successfully learn, interact with others, and function optimally within a variety of environments. Impaired communication can impact every aspect of a child’s life and early intervention is crucial.
Speech therapy addresses a variety of disorders, delays, etc., including:
Early Language Delay
Articulation/Phonological Disorders (Pronunciation)
Fluency Disorders (Stuttering/Cluttering)
Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)
Receptive Language Disorder
Expressive Language Disorder
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Oral-motor Skill Development
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Auditory Processing Disorder
If you have concerns with your child’s communication abilities, please Contact Us and we will happily assist you! Learn More to better understand the therapy process.