Speech and Occupational Therapy Services for Children

Establishing the Foundation

Babies and toddlers develop on their own timeline. They approach the work of growing with curiosity and experimentation. Sometimes they need extra help. At EBSCI we are dedicated to supporting you and your child each step of the way. Our multidisciplinary team uses the highest quality evidence-based practice in a gentle environment - just right for our youngest community members (birth-three).

  • 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. Learn More

  • 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. Learn More

  • 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. Learn More

  • 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. Learn More

  • 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. Learn More