Speech and Occupational Therapy Services for Children

Speech and Language Therapy

Speech-Language Pathologists, or Speech Therapists, are highly trained professionals who work with children and adults who have a variety of conditions, including Down Syndrome, Autism, Dyslexia, stuttering, hearing loss, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injuries, stroke, vocal polyps, and developmental delays.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy practitioners work with children and their families/caregivers to promote active engagement and participation in activities of daily living and occupations.

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Feeding Therapy

A speech therapist will work to strengthen the muscles of the mouth and increase the coordination of the structures to improve a child’s ability to drink safely from a sippy cup and a straw.

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Reading/Dyslexia, Auditory Processing, And Listening Skills

Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability characterized by deficits in phonological processing, reading, writing, spelling, handwriting, and sometimes arithmetic. It is a lifelong condition, however, children with dyslexia frequently respond well to early, appropriate, and intensive intervention.

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Social Skills Group

The goal of social skills groups is to improve an individual’s social interaction with his/her peers and adults through enhancing his/her ability to use language for social thinking.

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