Speech-Language Pathology

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Speech-Language Pathology

Best practice services that help children and families communicate.

Speech-language pathologists play a central role in partnering and supporting children of all ages, as well as their caregivers. Effective communication is fundamental to all aspects of human functioning, particularly learning and social interaction. Our team of speech-language pathologists work with families to address delays and disabilities in communication, language, speech, and feeding/swallowing. Communications skills begin developing at birth. These services address a broad range of communication delays and disabilities focusing on:

  • Preventing delays and challenges
  • Screening and evaluating infants, toddlers and school-aged children
  • Planning, implementing and monitoring intervention
  • Consulting and coaching families and other team members
  • Transition planning for a successful move to school or clinic-based services
  • Advocacy for children and families

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