Speech and Language Therapy focuses on a child's ability to communicate both verbally and non-verbally; from simple gestures
and one to two word utterances to more complex skills such as those necessary to sustain a conversation, to successfully engage
in social situations, or to read and respond to non-verbal gestures and body language.
Speech and Language Pathologists emphasize receptive and expressive communication, articulation, social pragmatics, feeding,
oral-motor skills, voice, fluency and augmentative/alternative communication methods. Our Speech
and Language Pathologists are an integral part of our multi-disciplinary team so that language can be reinforced across all