Speech is Not Just What You Hear
We address both verbal and non-verbal communication skills in speech and language therapy. Reception and processing are as critical of elements to the process as the actual production of speech.
Speech and Language Pathologists
The areas of speech and language are addressed specifically by a speech-language pathologist whose training has given them extensive insight into the developmental processes of the language centers of children. This is how we can enable the proficient assessment and care of your child’s needs.
Specific Areas of Focus
- Oral motor strength and control
- Swallowing and feeding
- Motor planning
- Receptive and expressive language
- Pragmatic and social language
- Sign language
- Augmentative communication training
- Auditory processing