Helping children acquire their first words, build longer sentences, and use a wider variety of vocabulary. We give you the tools to help your child communicate more effectively.
Pronouncing sounds more clearly, particularly if there is a phonological delay or disorder or Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). We determine which sounds need to be practiced and work on shaping speech clarity.
The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS®) or a communication app on the iPad may be useful tools to help someone communicate. We work on showing clients how to use these devices to help get their messages across.
Stuttering is a lack of fluency, or a difficulty speaking without halting, getting stuck, or repeating sounds. This is often closely tied to anxiety. We provide you with the strategies to help you have more control when talking.
Following a stroke or brain injury, you or your loved one may have difficulty with language (Aphasia), the strength of the muscles involved in speech (Dysarthria), coordination (Apraxia), or swallowing (Dysphagia). Alternatively, due to your employment or lifestyle, you may have developed a voice disorder (such as Dysphonia). We provide you with the exercises to regain lost functions.
We will also work with clients looking to work on Tongue Thrust, Literacy or Dyslexia, hearing loss, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Accent Reduction, or Transgender/Non-Binary Vocal Transformation. If you would like to work on something that is not listed on this page, please contact us for more information.