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Speech Language Therapy


Speech-language pathologists (SLP) or speech therapists can help a child improve in areas of articulation, receptive and expressive language, augmentative/alternative communication (AAC), fluency, feeding and swallowing, and cognitive communication including attention, memory, and language organization skills. Our SLPs strive to teach skills through naturalistic opportunities within child-led, play-based interventions. Our team can provide comprehensive assessment and treatment in developmental speech and language delays and/or disorders (including articulation and phonological disorders, Childhood Apraxia of speech, Mixed Receptive-Expressive Language Disorders, fluency disorders), develop treatment plans regarding high and low-tech AAC systems, and design treatment programs that improve processes that underlie communication such as joint attention, memory, and organization of receptive/expressive language.

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