Our speech and language pathologists provide individualized speech assessment and therapy services to children who experience difficulties with one or more of the following:
Receptive Language Development
Expressive language development
Speech delay refers to the clarity of speech sounds and the general clarity of speech. As children develop, they sometimes have trouble producing certain sounds, which makes understanding and clarity difficult. Although it is normal for children to make mistakes as they learn to speak, constant joint difficulties that persist after certain age ranges become a problem that requires evaluation and potential treatment. Speech and language pathologists can help by providing a thorough assessment of the joint and personalized treatment goals to meet your child's needs. If you are concerned that your child may have articulation or clarity difficulties, the evaluation of a speech and language pathologist is recommended.