“The child may have a disorder or a set of problems but he or she is not the disorder. They are real human beings with real feelings, real desires, and
Dr. Stanley Greenspan
Our Speech Language Pathologists' purpose is to assure that the children we work with are able to communicate those very feelings, wishes, and desires. Effective communication is fundamental to a child's development. It is the foundation for relationships and is essential for learning, play, and social interaction. When something gets in the way of a child's speech and language development, there can be social and academic consequences.
Our Speech Language Therapists help children overcome neurological, sensory, anatomical, intellectual, and social barriers in order to become competent and confident communicators so that the world may know what's in their hearts and minds.
Identify the Signs of Communication Disorders