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Speech Language Therapy

Opening the door to communication.
 

Why children need speech therapy:

  • Sound production
  • Delayed language development
  • Voice disorders such as volume & pitch
  • Dysfluency/stuttering
  • Apraxia - motor speech disorders
  • Augmentative communication
  • Auditory processing disorders

Speech therapy assessment and intervention focuses on the following:

  • Discovering your child's strengths and weaknesses in the area of communication.
  • Understanding your family's concerns.
  • Standardized and informal evaluation tools (tests) determine what types of communication problems exist.
  • Developing a treatment plan to improve your child's ability to communicate.
  • Therapy activities may include the use of pictures, books, toys, and computer programs while modeling and eliciting improved communication skills.
  • Home programs to practice newly learned skills.

Diagnoses which may benefit from a Speech Evaluation:

Meet our ST Team:

 
Children's Hospital & Medical Center
 
Mary Cash, MS, CCC-SLP
Sue Flynn, MS, CCC-SLP
Katie Lippincott, MS, CCC-SLP, Lead SLP
Kim Norris, MS, CCC-SLP
 
Village Pointe Rehab
 
Jaime Hill, MA, CCC-SLP
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