Speech Therapy

What to look for

What to look for

  • Difficulty with articulation and sound production.
  • Struggles with various sound distinctions.
  • Voice quality, volume, and pitch abnormalities.
  • Delayed understanding of language.
  • Inability to partially or fully speak.
  • Speech muscle impairments due to neurological conditions.
  • Apraxia, resulting in rearranged sounds within words.
  • Stammering, stuttering, or rapid and slurred speech.
Specific Programs Tailored to Each Patient
Introductions and Evaluations