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  • Writer's pictureSarah Moran

Speech Pathology

Speech pathology is a form of therapy that focuses on improving communication and speech. If your child is having difficulty speaking or communicating, a speech pathologist can help them develop the skills they need to communicate effectively. Here’s what you need to know about speech pathology and how it can help your child. We focus on supporting children with feeding and swallowing difficulties, literacy and reading challenges, language disorder and delay, speech sounds disorder and delay, play skills developmental, and social language skills.

Speech pathologists use various methods such as dynamic assessments and targeted therapy to help children improve their feeding and communication skills.

Speech pathology can be used to help children with a variety of conditions, including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, hearing impairments, and more. It can also be used to help children who are dealing with stuttering, word finding difficulties, and other communication challenges.

Speech therapy typically involves closely monitoring a child’s language development, providing targeted exercises and activities, and providing support and guidance to families. The length and frequency of therapy sessions vary depending on the child’s needs and progress.

If your child needs help with their speech and language, we are here to help. Give us a call and let us know how we can get you on the right track.

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