Comprehensive speech and language evaluations are conducted when your child has not yet been diagnosed, or has not had a recent evaluation in the past 6 months. This includes a combination of clinical observation, standardized tests, informal tests, as well as a parent interview. A detailed formal report is then written to include your child’s results, whether therapy is warranted at this time, as well as a proposed treatment plan.
Speech therapy sessions are typically 50 minutes long. Parents/caregivers may participate during the entire speech session, or may participate during the last 5 to 10 minutes of the session. However, speech session frequency/length may be adjusted based on your child’s specific needs.
We provide treatment, although not limited to, for the following speech and language delays and/or disorders:
- Articulation/Phonological Disorders
- Motor Speech Disorders (i.e. Childhood Apraxia of Speech)
- Expressive Language Disorders
- Receptive Language Disorders
- Fluency (Stuttering) Disorders
- Social Pragmatic Skills
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Feeding Disorders