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

Speech Sound Disorders

Articulation Disorders

Errors in producing individual sounds.
(e.g., a child says “wion” instead of “lion”).


Phonological Disorders

Predictable, rule-based errors that affect more than one sound.
(e.g., a child consistently drops the last sound in all of their words).


Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Neurologically-based speech sound disorder that affects a child’s ability to plan and produce precise series of movements of the lips, jaw, tongue and palate in order to generate intelligible speech.



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




We offer a multitude of services for our Autistic clients, including: Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, OT/SLP co-treat sessions, small group sessions and online parent programs.  Our therapies are customized for each client using functional communication strategies in a total communication approach.  Families are encouraged to be active participants in therapy sessions as we believe they are their child’s best teacher.



Fluency Disorders

Difficulty with the production of smooth, easy speech.  Stuttering is a common type of fluency disorder.

Language Delays and Disorders

Late Talkers

A toddler under the age of 30 months presenting with a small vocabulary for their age, but is otherwise developing typically.


Receptive Language Disorders

Difficulty understanding what other people say.

(e.g., not understanding the meaning of words).


Expressive Language Disorders

Difficulty sharing thoughts, ideas and feelings.

(e.g., having trouble using words appropriately and putting them together to convey a clear message).



Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC)

Children and adults with severe speech, language, or communication problems may need to find other ways to communicate besides talking.  Augmentative means to add to someone’s speech. Alternative means to be used instead of speech. Using and learning AAC does not mean someone will never talk.




Mealtimes can be difficult for some children.  These children may exhibit coughing at meals, poor weight gain, refusal of foods, difficulties chewing, exhaustion during meals and will only eat a few different foods each day.  When these troubles occur, a child can benefit from feeding therapy to help expand the variety and increase the amounts of foods taken at mealtimes.

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