Language Therapy Addresses:

  • Auditory comprehension
  • Augmentative and alternative communication
  • Expressive language
  • Language based learning disorder
  • Phonological awareness disorder
  • Pragmatic language
  • Receptive language

Language should come naturally for children but sometimes language disorders make it difficult for children to express and/or understand spoken and written language. The child may have difficulty with the structure of words and word forms (morphology), the order and combination of words to sentences (syntax), the rules of combining sounds (phonology) , the meanings of words/sentences (semantics) and how to use language in functional and appropriate social ways (pragmatics).

We work closely with parents, teachers, pediatricians, specialists and develop a plan, goals, and materials to help your child use his language in the most effective way.

NURTURE Feeding and Communication Support Contact: - 412-708-2080 -

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