Early Intervention 0-3

Early Intervention 0-3

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Pre-school (3-5)

Pre-school (3-5)

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School Age (5-18)

School Age (5-18)

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College Prep

College Prep

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Expressive & Receptive Language

Expressive & Receptive Language

Does your child have trouble following directions?, If you have started to notice your three- or four-year old has trouble understanding basic directions, learning new words or saying the right words in order, they may have an expressive and/or receptive language disorder.

Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders mean a child has trouble comprehending what someone is trying to say to them and/or they have trouble expressing themselves.

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Articulation

Articulation disorders make it difficult for children to connect with others, as they often cannot be understood. This can lead to trouble making friends, being accepted and interacting with teachers in school.

 

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Articulation
Auditory Processing Disorders

Auditory Processing Disorders

Auditory and language processing disorders appear in many forms and occur in approximately 2 to 7 percent of children with boys considered to be twice as likely to have some type of auditory disorder. In other words, auditory issues are not uncommon.

 

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Voice therapy

Is your child abusing his/her voice? Do they frequently yell like they would as if they were playing sports? Are you worried that your child’s speech is being affected from the quality of his or her voice?

These are examples that your child may need voice therapy.

 

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Voice therapy
Fluency/Stuttering

Fluency/Stuttering

Stutters come in a variety of degrees and their origin is often hard to detect, although most will be due to genetics, familial pressures or stress, child development delay, or problems processing. Luckily, the earlier the diagnosis takes place and fluency services begin, the easier it will be to manage.

 

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LSVT LOUD

LSVT LOUD is the process of stimulating the muscles in the larynx to help improve respiratory, laryngeal and articulatory function. The goal is to maximize speech intelligibility and vocal quality with the intention of having the patient speak LOUD!

 

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LSVT LOUD
Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism spectrum disorder is a condition related to brain development. It affects the way in which an individual perceives and socializes with others. This can lead to problems in social interaction and communication.

We understand the thought of your child being socially isolated and having trouble making friends can lead to uneasy feelings.

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