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Language Therapy

Children with an expressive, receptive or mixed language impairment have difficulty listening and or talking due to a restriction in vocabulary, grammar, or morphology. Children often struggle with directions, telling stories, and interpreting new situations. "Late Talkers" may have language impairments. Language disorders can impact reading and writing skills, in addition to oral communication.

Articulation "Speech" Therapy

Children who are delayed in producing sounds, use sound substitution, delete or distort sounds have what is referred to as a disorder of articulation. There are many different types of therapy for improving articulation disorders. Comprehensive evaluations guide therapist to choosing the best approach.

Stuttering Therapy

Stuttering is a neurological speech difference that is characterized by one or more word repetitions, parts word repetitions, word prolongations and/or blocks of speech. Preschoolers will occasionally stutter as a part of typical development, but a SLP should be consulted if you are concerned about stuttering.

Social Language Use Therapy

Pragmatic Language includes features such as eye contact, using and understanding body language, tone of voice, understanding humor, and reading social situations. Pragmatic language is key to building friendships and understanding classroom expectations.


Comprehensive evaluations using professional assessments complete with a written report and recommendations


Screenings give caregivers general information about their child's development in a particular communication area.


SLP will attend educational meetings to support parents and collaborate with schools facilitating cohesive services