We rely on the subtleties of speech to express ourselves
and interact with the world everyday.
A child’s ability to speak their mind and be understood is critical to timely development and healthy self-esteem.
Everyone develops at his own pace, but when a child has notable difficulties producing sounds and vocalizing
his thoughts, they should receive professional help as soon as possible.
After assessing the child’s issues, we expand our testing to ensure that they are not presenting signs of any hearing, cognitive, or language issues.
We then work with the parents to build an integrated therapy plan that makes the most sense within the context of that child’s life.
This ensure that we focus on the root cause of the problem and can provide positive reinforcement in every part of the child’s life.
Does my child need speech therapy?
- Does your child have a hard time sounding words clearly?
- Is it hard for people to understand you child?
- Does the pitch or tone of your child’s voice sound varied or unnatural?
- Does your child get upset when people don’t understand what he’s saying?
- Does your child substitute sounds?