Speech-Language Therapy

Our Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) are skilled at treating children with impairments in respiration, articulation, voice, fluency, oral-motor deficits and receptive-expressive language skills. SLPs are also trained to work with non-verbal children using sign language, augmentative communication devices and custom communication systems. SLPs take a total communication approach to therapy to provide each child practical tools to communicate their wants, needs, feelings, thoughts and ideas.