Speech Therapy improves the communication and feeding skills for individuals who are delayed in the areas of articulation, language, fluency, pragmatics, and feeding.
- Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC)
- Oral-motor disorders
- Orofacial myology
- Expressive language
- Receptive language
- Pragmatic language and social skills
- Phonological disorders
- Developmental language delays
- Fluency disorders (stuttering)
- Tethered oral tissues-functional assessments
Frequently Asked Questions
How long will my child be in therapy?
Factors like attendance, consistency of completing homework, and parental involvement play a huge part. Each child progresses at their own pace and we are happy to help them!
How much does it cost/ does insurance cover?
The cost of evaluations and sessions varies depending on your insurance. Please contact the office for more information.
How do you work with children that can’t speak?
Treatment encompasses your child as a whole taking into consideration your child’s sensory, physical, emotional and medical needs. Our goal is to improve functional communication skills in a fun and caring environment where your child can flourish. The sessions can be targeted through play therapy or by sitting at the table with your therapist. Our therapists like to make the sessions fun by incorporating their goals into many different activities.
How long are the sessions?
Session length and duration will be recommended in your evaluation report. It varies depending on each child’s needs.
Do you provide in-home therapy?
We offer therapy in the clinic, teletherapy and, some area preschools.
We love working with Crosby Learning Solutions for ABA services. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) teaches socially significant behaviors that are important to the child’s development.
- Play Skills
- Language Development
- Social Skills
- Independent Living Skills
- Communication Skills
- Learning Readiness
- Behavioral Compliance