Pediatric speech and language therapists
Children typically develop communication milestones within a predictable timeline. However, some children may demonstrate delays or differences in their ability to understand or use language for communication. They may also demonstrate difficulties with articulation, voice, feeding or swallowing.
Our pediatric speech-language pathologists are here to help! We will complete a comprehensive evaluation and work with you to develop a treatment plan to help your child reach their goals. Each plan is individualized and includes caregiver training and home programs to ensure carryover to all environments.
Creating a comprehensive plan to help your child with speech therapy
Conditions that may affect speech, language or swallowing include:
- Cleft lip/palate
- Developmental delays
- Hearing loss
- Genetic disorders such as Down syndrome
- Learning and attention disorders
- Swallowing disorders
- Neurological conditions such as cerebral palsy or traumatic brain injury
- Voice disorders
Speech and language therapy services can help kids of all ages and abilities communicate more
Our goal is to support your child as they learn and grow. Pediatric speech therapy is more than just a service, but an opportunity to help nurture through:
This program is accredited by The Joint Commission as part of an ambulatory survey process.