Speech & Language Therapy


What is Speech/Language Therapy?

Speech therapy is the assessment and treatment of speech, language, and communication delays and disorders by speech language pathologists (also referred to as speech therapists). All our speech therapists are certified by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (asha.org), licensed, and hold a master’s degree.



Articulation disorders (speech sound errors)

Phonological disorders (i.e. leaves endings off words, omits sounds in words, etc.)

Autism spectrum disorder

Receptive / Expressive language delays (understanding/use of language)

Pragmatics (social language delays)

Fluency (stuttering)

Voice disorders

Apraxia (motor planning difficulties)

Delays due to frequent ear infections and/or insertion of pressure equalizing (PE) tubes

Hearing loss induced delays

Feeding difficulties due to sensory issues (texture, color, taste, etc.)

Feeding difficulties related to oral motor sequencing/strength (i.e. excessive drooling, food falls out of the mouth, pocketing food in cheeks, etc.)

Picky eaters (i.e. only eats a limited range of food items)

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