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Speech & Language Services

For children and adults from 12 months and beyond. 

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How can we help?

Our therapists utilize evidence-based practices and individualized treatment strategies to ensure optimal growth both in and out of the classroom. We pride ourselves in using the best practice of a family-centered approach to improve the outcome of services.

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Committed to Helping You/Your Child
Communicate, Coordinate & Learn Effectively 

What is a speech disorder?

Speech refers to how an individual’s output of verbal language is understood. Speech sound disorders is an umbrella term to differentiate between articulation and phonology disorders. Articulation disorders include difficulty with production of individual sounds. Phonological disorders include difficulty with production that affects more than one sound, which are rule-based and predictable in manner.


What is a language disorder?

Expressive language refers to an individual’s ability to communicate their wants and needs. This includes facial expressions, gestures, intentionality, vocabulary, semantics (word/sentence meaning), morphology, and syntax (grammar rules), etc. Furthermore, any difficulty with fluency or voice is within the area of expressive language skills. Receptive language refers to an individual’s understanding of language. This includes completing directions, attending to wh-questions, yes/no questions, understanding age-appropriate vocabulary, following conversations appropriately, etc. It is important to note the interconnected relationship between receptive and expressive language when considering both definitions of language at large.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is offered to support difficulties in the areas of fine motor, gross motor, visual motor, and sensory needs. The aim of this service is to improve motor, sensory, and coordination skills through everyday activities tailored to meet individual needs.

PROMPT Therapy (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets)

Most of our Speech Pathologists are Level I Trained in PROMPT. This type of therapy uses a series of tactile cues that are designed to stimulate speech production. It is a very individualized therapy aimed at developing the most normal and flexible motor control, cognitive skills and social interactions that produce the most functional results in the fastest way. For more information about how PROMPT works, please visit


Speaking Practice
Areas of Treatment

Speech  Therapy


Auditory Processing

Augmentative Communication

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Apraxia of Speech

Early Language Development

Language Disorders

Oral Motor Skills

Picky Eating

Pragmatic Social Communication

Reading Comprehension

Receptive/Expressive Language

Speech Sound Disorders


And more!

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Areas of Treatment

Occupational  Therapy

Activities of Daily Living

Mobility and Coordination

Fine Motor Skills

Gross Motor Skills

Sensory Processing

School Readiness

Visual Perceptual Skills

And more!   

12 months - 5 years
Now Offering

P.A.L.S. Playgroups
Play and Language Skills)
for Speech and Language Enrichment

Our P.A.L.S playgroups are small group classes for Speech and Language Enrichment through theme-based learning via multi-sensory play! Our goal is to enhance pragmatic, play, and language skills through peer interaction as facilitated by our SLP’s!


Join us for 45 minutes of fun through play, music, crafts, etc. to continue to develop pragmatic and play skills!

Ages/Groups: Available for ages:

  • 1-3 years

  • 3-5 years

  • 7-9 years

  • AAC for ages 6+ years

When: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer Semesters!


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Details & Pricing


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