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SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
Communication is a fundamental skill for playing, learning and building relationships. Our therapists have been trained in various evidence-based treatment techniques to help children develop or regain functional and meaningful communication skills for life. In order to have good communication skills, a child must have age appropriate expressive and receptive language, articulation, pragmatic (social communication) skills, and good fluency. For a child who is not yet able to communicate verbally, our therapists may suggest an AAC (augmentative and alternative communication) device. Our speech therapists are trained to help your child with these skills in order to maximize their engagement with family and friends.
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