Speech Therapy


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Speech Therapy

Indoor voices. Outdoor voices. Silly voices. Kids use all kinds of voices. We’re here to help guide them towards finding their voices so they can tell the world who they are.

Speech therapy services help children:

  • Produce age appropriate speech sounds
  • Have a conversation with friends and family
  • Understand spoken and written language
  • Produce complete sentences
  • Ask and answer questions
  • Improve vocabulary skills
  • Improve ability to listen and follow directions
  • Learn strategies to make their speech more fluent
  • Learn to communicate using alternative communication (sign language/AAC devices)

You may want to seek out an evaluation if your child struggles with the following:

  • Using gestures like waving or pointing
  • Using 50 words by 18 months of age
  • Understanding object names/vocabulary
  • Following directions
  • Speaking in complete sentences
  • Asking or answer questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Stuttering (repeating sounds within words)
  • Sharing stories
  • Sharing feelings
  • Conversation
  • Being understood by others
  • Your child should produce the following speech sounds roughly by these ages:
    • 2-3 years- p, b, m, d, b, t, k, g, w, ng, f, y
    • 4 years- l, j, ch, s ,v, sh, z
    • 5 years- r, zh
    • 6 years- th

“It’s thrilling to help kids communicate. Seeing their faces when they are able to understand or express something new is priceless.”
-Crystal, Speech-Language Pathologist

Our Speech Therapists work with children who have:

  • Apraxia
  • Articulation disorder
  • Phonological disorder
  • Delays in development
  • Auditory processing disorders
  • Down Syndrome and other congenital syndromes
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Stuttering/fluency
  • Voice (vocal cord nodules)
  • Hearing loss
  • Cleft lip/cleft palate
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Swallowing
  • Feeding
  • Oral muscle weakness
  • Orofacial myofunctional disorders
  • Tongue thrust swallowing
  • Abnormal oral rest postures
  • Thumb/Digit sucking

“I love being a speech-language pathologist because giving the gift of communication is the greatest thing in the world!”