Who We Help

Our Speech-Language Pathologists offer direct assessment and treatment, along with training and support for parents, caregivers and other professionals involved, to improve a variety of difficulties including those affecting speech production, language development, stuttering and voice quality. 

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Children

Early identification and treatment are extremely beneficial. Parents know their children best, but often wonder what to do when their child is struggling to communicate or understand language. Our Speech-Language Pathologists are able to identify early signs of communication challenges.

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Youth

Communication challenges can keep you from reaching your full academic, social, and work-related potential.  We can help with academic challenges including difficulties with reading, writing, note-taking, following classroom instructions or giving presentations.

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Adults

Professionals can take advantage of our services to become better communicators.  Our Speech-Language Pathologists can help you improve your voice quality, speech clarity, communication eloquence and effectiveness, manage stuttering and address accent reduction.

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Seniors

Some injuries or diseases can cause difficulties with communication or swallowing (e.g. stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease or an acquired brain injury/concussion).  A Speech-Language Pathologist can play a key role in treating these difficulties, which may include memory, attention, finding words, speaking clearly and/or understanding language.

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