Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy Services

The focus of pediatric speech therapy is to help the child develop communication skill so they can effectively communicate their wants and needs in life settings. Speech therapy focuses on articulation, production of sound, oral motor control, language development, cognitive skills, and communication to achieve therapy goals. Speech therapy also focuses on a child’s ability to chew and swallow food.

Additional Speech Therapy Resources

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Common Conditions treated by Pediatric Speech Therapists

  • feeding and swallowing difficulties, including dysphagia
  • genetic disorders that adversely affect speech, language, and/or cognitive development including cleft palate and Down Syndrome
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  • autism, including Asperger syndrome
  • Developmental delay
  • cranial nerve damage
  • language delay
  • articulation disorders
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Stammering, Stuttering Voice disorers
  • Voice disorders