Speech and Language/Feeding Therapy

Children’s speech and language therapy addresses the communication needs of children. Speech therapists work on language comprehension and pronunciation skills. Alternative communication systems for nonverbal children can also be developed through speech therapy. Feeding therapy services assess and treat oral motor dysfunctions, taste and texture transition difficulties, and abnormal mealtime behaviors. These services are provided in conjunction with the appropriate medical staff consultation to ensure safe and healthy feeding patterns.

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Common Diagnoses Treated in Speech Therapy*

  • Speech/Language Delays
  • Otitis Media
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder/PDD
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Genetic Disorders
  • Oral Apraxia
  • Feeding/Swallowing Disorders
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Behavioral/Social Issues
  • Articulation Disorders
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder
  • Auditory Processing

    *May include additional diagnoses. Please contact us for specific questions.

    Speech Therapy Treatment Strategies

    • Modeling
    • Language Expansion
    • Visual/Verbal/Tactile Cueing
    • Motokinesthetic Cueing
    • Preschool Apraxia Program
    • Easy Does It for Fluency
    • Signs
    • Auditory Feedback
    • Sensory Based Feeding Strategies
    • Environment Modification
    • Easy Onset for Fluency Treatment
    • Echoing, Pacing
    • Sara Rosenfeld Johnson Oral Motor & Feeding Program
    • Home Exercise Programs
    • Positive Reinforcement and Charts
    • Augmentative/Alternative Communication Including PECS, Pictures, Gestures, Voice Output Devices


    Feeding Therapy

    Feeding therapy evaluates and treats oral motor dysfunctions, taste/texture transition difficulties and abnormal mealtime behaviors. Therapists consult with appropriate medical staff to ensure safe and healthy feeding patterns.

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