Speech language pathologists have the knowledge to develop, create and implement treatment plans to address language and communication development. Our team of speech language pathologists provide evaluations and treatments for speech and communication difficulties, including but not limited to, receptive and expressive language, articulation disorders, and fluency disorders. The speech language pathologists works in conjunction with other disciplines and parents to provide the most effective care.
Works on strategies to aid communication. Such strategies include learning to use gestures such as pointing, learning sign language, and using low-tech communication devices.
Therapists provide those without a voice several ways to communicate, including but not limited to, no tech communication books, low and mid tech communication devices, high tech communication devices and/or communication apps.