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Speech Therapy

Signs your child may benefit from speech therapy 

  • Difficulty forming or pronouncing sounds appropriate for their age group. (see developmental norms- link) 

  • Struggles to understand or use basic words and concepts.

  • Repeats sounds, syllables, or words frequently during speech.

  • Demonstrates noticeable disfluencies or hesitations in speech.

  • Struggles to comprehend and follow instructions or questions appropriately for their age.

  • Has trouble understanding prepositions, pronouns, or verb tenses.

  • Difficulty forming grammatically correct sentences such as problems with verb tense, plurals, or using appropriate pronouns.

  • Difficulty engaging in conversations and understanding/responding to social cues or non-verbal communication.

  • Struggles to organize thoughts and express ideas or needs clearly and coherently.

  • Frustration or emotional distress due to communication challenges.

  • Demonstrates a significant delay in reaching speech and language milestones for their age.

  • Struggles with phonemic awareness, letter-sound relationships, or reading comprehension.

Areas we address 

  • Speech Sound Disorders

  • Receptive and Expressive Language Disorders 

  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication 

  • Phonological Awareness Disorders 

  • Executive Functioning as it relates to language organization

  • Fluency Disorders (Stuttering and Cluttering) 

  • Oral Motor dysfunction 

Techniques we use: 

  • DIR/Floortime inspired play-based therapy 


  • Beckman Oral Motor Protocol

  • DTTC 

  • PECS


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