Speech Therapy

At The Therapy Spot, our speech and language pathologists help children with communication difficulties.

Pediatric Speech-language pathologists can help children with:

  • Apraxia
  • Articulation
  • Augmentative Communication
  • Feeding
  • Fluency
  • Oral-Motor Skills
  • Receptive and Expressive Language Delays
  • Sensory Processing Dysfunction
  • Sign Language
  • Social Communication Skills
  • Speech and Language Delays
  • Stuttering
  • Swallowing

Downs Syndrome girl having speech therapy

Your child may be in need of speech therapy if:

  • He or she is not meeting developmental milestones, such as cooing, producing their first words, or producing phrases.
  • He or she has trouble coordinating their oral (tongue and lips) motor movements, or have week jaw or tongue strength.
  • He or she has difficulty articulating within their speech, or does not easily understand language such as direction or temporal spatial concepts.
  • He or she has trouble expressing themselves through language.
  • He or she has difficulty in various social situations.
  • He or she has disfluencies while speaking, like stuttering.
  • He or she has a weak, hoarse, or otherwise poor vocal quality voice.
  • He or she has a limited food preference, such as only liking certain textures.
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Is your child having difficulty reading? Learn about our Orton-Gillingham Reading Program.