We work with children and adults for a variety of communication, voice and swallowing disorders.
Our Process Is Simple
We assess communication skills including: social communication, speech sound production, receptive and expressive language fluency and literacy skills. Assessments may include a case history, the use of standardized tests, developmental checklists, qualitatie measures, observation, parent reports and direct interaction during play.
Therapy sessions are individualized to your child's communication goals using a play-based approach. We include your child's interests during session.
Speech therapy isn't just for children. An adult's voice and communication skills are just as important. We help adults with their communication skills following a stroke, brain tumor, traumatic brain injury or degenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis and ALS (ex. aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria). We also help our adult clientele with fluency, voice and swallowing disorders.
These self-evaluation checklists are intended to help you identify a potential speech or language problem. If a problem is suspected, contact a Speech-Language Pathologist.