Our pediatric speech therapist treat the following disorders:
Speech Therapy Services include initial screenings, parent consultations, comprehensive evaluations with written reports, therapy sessions, family counseling/support for at-home practice, and collaboration with educators, physicians, and other professionals as needed.
Augmentative / Alternate Language
If you are exploring speech therapy services, you are probably worried about your child. The first thing to understand is that children develop speech at different rates, so don’t get overly worried if other kids seem to be ahead of your child.
If you are concerned check out the following:
- Speech and language development milestones here.
- You can also check out information on specific speech and language disorders including disorder overviews, causes, signs/symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, and prognosis by clicking on the individual disorders above.
- Read What is the Difference Between Speech Delay and a Speech Disorder by Pam Drennen MS CCC-SLP
- Visit the ASHA’s Identify the Signs website
We are now offering speech therapy services via teletherapy.
If you still have concerns, I recommend that you discuss developmental milestones with your pediatrician during routine visits or call us at 484-367-7131 for an evaluation.
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