Speech Therapy

The Speech Language Pathologists can develop intervention plans incorporating speech and language goals specific to your child's needs.

The following is a list of communicative disorders treated:

Pervasive Developmental Disorder(PDD) including Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD)
A disability that affects behavior and communication.

Articulation Disorder
The most common speech disorder. Difficulty producing speech sounds in a clear manner that can be easily understood by listeners.

Fluency Disorder
A disruption in the natural flow of speech, also known as stuttering. For example, the child may repeat sound in words or entire words.

Phonological Disorder
The child may have difficulty understanding how sounds within a language combine to convey meaning.

Expressive Language Disorder
The child has difficulty expressing thoughts or feelings in a clear and precise manner.

Receptive Language Disorder
The child has difficulty understanding language.

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Therapy
Therapy emphasizing an alternative method of communication for individuals who are unable to communicate using speech.

Motor Speech Disorders
An impairment in the movement process of the speech musculature. Apraxia of speech is a motor speech disorder that affects the programming of speech musculature movement.

Oral Motor Difficulties
The child may have difficulty using the oral mechanism for functional speech or feeding, including chewing, blowing, or making specific sounds.

* The Speech Therapy services referenced on this website are offered by independent contractors. These contractors and their personnel are not employees or agents of Kinder Konsulting & Parents Too, Inc. The contractors providing such services, and not Kinder Konsulting, shall bear all responsibility and liability for any such services.