Evaluations/ Assessments - We offer comprehensive Speech/Language and Occupational therapy evaluations to assess the need for intervention services. All evaluations include: Speech and Language or Occupational Therapy assessments, comprehensive written report, and review with parent(s.)   

Articulation Therapy - The treatment of speech sound disorders. Useful for children that are not producing age appropriate sounds or are difficult to understand.

Language Therapy - The treatment of Language disorders. Children with language disorders tend to use words incorrectly, do not understand the rules of language, or do not understand others use of words.

Stuttering - The treatment of Fluency disorders. May be appropriate for children who’s speech consists of word repetitions (“We we we we ate icecream”), partial word repetitions (“W-W-W-W-We ate icecream”), prolongations (“WWWWe ate ice cream”), distracting interjections (um, um, ummmmm or like… like… like), and or word blocks (when the mouth is positioned to say a word or sound but nothing comes out).

Occupational Therapy (OT) - Helps children of all ages participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities (occupations). OT can also assist children with disabilities, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or autism, by providing personalized plans to address mental, behavioral, and emotional issues. By working with parents and schools, OT can increase levels of focus, engagement, and communication for children suffering from these types of disorders to improve over all quality of life and increase chances of success for the future.

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