Types of Services

What types of services are offered?

Outpatient evaluations and therapy are available to assess and treat children and adults who struggle with articulating speech sounds, understanding written or spoken language or expressing their thoughts in words and sentences. Our speech-language pathology team will use a variety of formal and informal test measures to evaluate three broad areas of communication: speech, language and social skills.

A motor-based therapy approach is provided for children with childhood apraxia of speech and severe speech sound disorders.

A speech and language consultative approach is provided to children receiving behavioral therapy within the Autism Care for Toddlers (ACT) ClinicSevere Behavior programEarly Intervention program and the Psychology program.

Who benefits from speech and language therapy?

Individuals whose speech is difficult to understand or have difficulty understanding or expressing themselves due to speech and language disorders, such as: