If your child has trouble with speech, he or she struggles with the “how-to” of talking – the coordination of the muscles and movements necessary to produce speech.

We Specialize in:

  • Expressive and receptive language

  • Speech and language developmental milestones

  • Speech Fluency

  • Pragmatics and Social Skills

  • Literacy and vocabulary

  • Articulation / intelligibility

  • Augmentative and alternate communication

  • Feeding and oral motor

Although people often think of speech and language as the same thing, the terms have very different meanings.

If the child has trouble with language, he or she struggles with understanding what he/she hears or sees.

Your child may struggle to find the right words and/or organize those words in a meaningful way to communicate a message or hold a conversation. Therapy may also evaluate and treat children who have difficulty swallowing food or liquid.