Our professional speech-language pathologists work with children individually to provide intensive, one-on-one, family-centered therapeutic intervention.
In conjunction with parents and caregivers, our speech-language pathologists will develop and individualize a therapy plan with short- and long-term goals addressing specific areas of need.
Therapy activities center on functional, contextual activities to improve skills, as well as incorporate parent/caregiver training.
Individual therapy is provided for a variety of diagnoses, including but not limited to:
- Language delay/disorder.
- Articulation delay/disorder.
- Motor speech disorders (apraxia, dysarthria).
- Fluency disorders.
- Voice disorders.
- Augmentative/alternative communication therapy.
- Oral-motor/feeding disorders.
- Craniofacial disorders.
- Auditory/language processing disorders.
- Hearing impairment.
- Autism spectrum disorders.
- Selective mutism.
- Brain injury and other neurological disorders.
- Social communication disorders.