Speech Therapy for Kids

Help your child develop healthy communication skills.


It can be easy to take the way we communicate for granted. But, communication is so much more than just speaking. If your child is not crying, laughing, or even eating properly, pediatric speech therapy may be a way for your child to learn these valuable skills.
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Help your child develop healthy communication skills.


It can be easy to take the way we communicate for granted. But, communication is so much more than just speaking. If your child is not crying, laughing, or even eating properly, pediatric speech therapy may be a way for your child to learn these valuable skills.
Request an Evaluation

Common Speech Development Questions

Why is my child not speaking, laughing, crying, etc.?


If your child isn’t hitting the average milestones, you might start to feel concerned or worried that something just isn’t right. Those feelings are perfectly normal; however, there are literally hundreds of reasons that your child might not be hitting milestones, and not all of them are a cause for concern. During speech therapy, you’ll learn more about your child’s behavior and how you can help him reach his full potential.

Should I visit a children’s speech therapy center?


We understand that speech delays can make parents feel uneasy. However, it is important to remember that every child develops differently and hitting speech development milestones may not be a cause for major concern. As a parent, you can gain some peace of mind and find some answers by scheduling your child a development evaluation at our therapy center. The evaluation will help determine what action, if any, we recommend for your child.

How does pediatric speech therapy help my child?


Pediatric speech therapy is a proven way to help children who are having speech difficulties. Our certified speech, occupational, and physical therapists all work together to help your child develop a pattern of healthy speech and communication through educational activities and exercises. Children’s speech therapy has the potential to help a child communicate more effectively over time.
 

Are you concerned about your child’s speech development?

1. Request a child development evaluation.


2. Work with a therapist to complete the assessment.


3. Receive a written Plan of Care with our recommendations for what to do next.

Are you concerned about your child’s speech development?

1. Request a child development evaluation.


2. Work with a therapist to complete the assessment.


3. Receive a written Plan of Care with our recommendations for what to do next.