Language DisordersWe offer a wide variety of pediatric speech services for the assessment, diagnosis, treatment of language, articulation, apraxia, fluency, voice and oral motor disorders.
Articulation DisordersDifficulties with the way sounds are formed and strung together usually characterized by substituting one sound for another, omitting a sound, or distorting a sound.
Dysfluencies/StutteringAn interruption in the flow or rhythm of speech characterized by hesitations, repetitions, or prolongations of sounds, syllables, words, and phrases.
Voice DisordersCharacterized by inappropriate pitch (too high, too low, or monotonous pitch); loudness (too loud or not loud enough); or quality (hard, hoarse, breath, or nasal).
Oral Motor DisordersThe inability to use the muscles of the mouth for functional speech or feeding characterized by low muscle tone in the face, open mouth posture, drooling/inability to manage one’s saliva, speech sound errors and feeding problems.
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