SPEECH THERAPY IS COMMUNICATION

Your child may need speech therapy if he/she has difficulty pronouncing words (speech/articulation) or has difficulty using words to communicate (language).

The structures and muscles used for speech (lips, tongue, teeth, palate, throat) are used in eating. A speech pathologist may address feeding and swallowing.

Speech therapy addresses:

    • Language therapy
    • Speech therapy
    • Voice disorders
    • Stuttering
    • Language processing
    • Feeding and oral motor
    • Late talkers
    • Apraxia

Your child’s treatment plan will be based on his or her exact needs.