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We evaluate and treat children of all ages – from birth through adolescence.

Speech delays and disorders


Difficulty saying age appropriate sounds based on normal speech development patterns
(e.g., a child says “wion” instead of “lion”).



Errors that affect a group of sounds that compromise a child’s speech and language system
(e.g., a child consistently drops the last sound in all of their words).

Language Delays and Disorders

Expressive Delays

Difficulties conveying a message. Potential areas of difficulty include incorrect use of plurals, gender pronouns, verb tenses and conjunctions.


Receptive Delays

Difficulties comprehending what is said
(e.g., following multi-step instructions or understanding stories).


Auditory Processing Disorders

Difficulty making sense of information that the child hears.

Motor Speech Disorders


Childhood Apraxia of Speech

  • Trouble saying sounds, or combining sounds, syllables and words.
  • Inconsistent error patterns (e.g., “ball” may become “ba,” “uh,” “bap,” etc.).



Unintelligible or imprecise speech related to muscle weakness. These children may exhibit slurred speech, difficulty controlling volume, rate of speech, intonation and resonance.

Reading Deficits

Pre-literacy Skills

The child may have poor language skills or an inability to recognize written words (e.g., their own name) or problems re-telling a familiar story.

Phonological Awareness

Difficulty understanding sound structure (e.g., challenges sounding out new words, separating words into syllables, separating syllables into individual sounds or understanding rhymes.

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