Speech and Language Pathways offers a variety of evaluation and therapy programs to fit your child’s need. Our dedicated team of therapists has experience in evaluating and treating a wide range of disabilities and conditions by providing individualized evaluation and treatment plans. Some of the conditions we treat are:
Ankyloglossia (tongue tie) pre and post frenectomy
Dysfluency using the Lidcombe Program for ages 2-5 years
Apraxia of Speech including PROMPT Technique and DTTC Click here to learn more..
Articulation and Phonological Disorders Click here to learn more..
Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders Click here to learn more..
Pragmatic Language Disorder Click here to learn more..
Cerebral Palsy Click here to learn more..
Autism Spectrum Disorder Click here to learn more..
Down syndrome Click here to learn more..
Developmental Delay Click here to learn more.
Rare and Complex Communication Disorders Click here to learn more..
Functional Communication Click here to learn more..
Occupational Therapists also provide evaluation and treatment for Sensory processing and integration, executive functioning, motor development, sensory diets, motor apraxia, bilateral motor coordination, dysgraphia, visual motor integration, movement and motor disorders, addressing skills of daily living including play, fine motor, self-care, and self-help skills.
Individual Speech Therapy
Orofacial myology examination and treatment including pre and post-operative treatment for tongue and lip tie
Individual Occupational Therapy
Bilingual Spanish Speech Therapy
Speech and Language and Occupational Therapy Co-treatment
Early Intervention Services
Social Skills Training
Play-Based Developmental Therapy
Parent and Caregiver Education
Collaborative Alternative and Augmentative Communication Evaluation
Consultation Services including Workshop and Conference Presentations – For More Information Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Additionally, we offer collaborative Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) evaluations for children and young adults. These evaluations are completed by an occupational therapist and speech-language pathologist to identify the strengths and needs of each child and to determine the most efficient AAC system.