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Therapy & Learning Center Building C – Speech Therapy


Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work with children on areas that impact communication. This includes language development (receptive and expressive), articulation, voice, fluency, pragmatics, auditory processing, and alternative communication. SLPs are also trained to address feeding issues such as chewing and/or swallowing difficulties, sensory-based feeding disorders, poor/slow bottle feeders.

Our Clinic offers individual treatment rooms that allow quiet, intentional spaces for our therapists to work on communication with your child using interactive toys, communication devices, sign language and additional effective tools.