Speech/Language Therapy

Speech/Language Therapy Services specialize in evaluation and treatment for children and adolescents who experience receptive/expressive language, articulation/phonological, and feeding disorders.

Speech/Language Therapy Services help children develop early language skills, the ability to use their voice, language comprehension and expression, fluency, and articulation of speech sounds.

The In-Depth Assessment and Treatment Plan will help your child improve their verbal and nonverbal communication skills across social and academic opportunities.  Through evidenced based practices, we address each child’s individual speech/language needs and focus on treatment strategies that are functional while helping them with multi-modality communication.  

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  • Receptive/Expressive language skills
  • Turn taking and pretend play
  • Articulation and phonology
  • Sentence structure and word endings
  • Expressing feelings
  • Increasing vocabulary understanding and use
  • Conversation and social skills
  • Picky eating and feeding disorders
  • Nonverbal communication
  • Fluency of speech
  • Working memory 
We also provide parent education and support that helps promote confidence in communicating across environments! We want your child to advocate for themselves, participate in conversation, and learn through play!

While every child learns differently and progresses at a different rate, a child developing at a normal rate tends to hit certain developmental milestones. Access our developmental checklists as a guideline for how to track your child’s progress. If your child has not yet hit the suggested milestones for his or her age, contact our office. We can help identify whether your child might benefit from occupational therapy.

​All services provided by Creating Pathways are on an outpatient basis.

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Speech and Language Development Checklist

Birth – 5 Years