How can our speech therapy services help your child?
Our pediatric speech and language pathologists diagnose and treat a wide variety of communication disorders. They help children and young adults improve their language, communication, and speech abilities and skills. These may include alternative methods such as sign language or computer-aided communication. Treatment plans may include play-based techniques to foster communication skills while having fun. Our child-centered environment includes toys, books, balls, and much more.
Therapists develop a treatment plan with the input of the child’s physicians and family. Treatment plans are continuously monitored and adjusted to fit the child’s changing needs, abilities, and interests. Custom home-based programs help parents guide their child’s progress between appointments.
Specialized Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) assessments available.
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We accept Medicaid, Medicaid HMOs, and most private insurances.
Speech therapy can help with:
motor speech (articulation, childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), dysarthria)
disfluency (stuttering, cluttering)
auditory comprehension/receptive language
augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) (i.e. computer aided communication devices, communication apps on iPad, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), sign language) Download information on AAC here.
social skills development (individual & group settings)
oral motor, feeding and swallowing issues
We use these approaches and techniques:
LAMP (Language Acquisition through Motor Planning) based approach and app for augmentative and alternative communication with individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
Kaufman approach for dyspraxia of speech
Oral motor techniques such as the Beckman Oral Motor Program
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