Speech Therapy Addresses:

  • Articulation
  • Apraxia
  • Augmentative and alternative communication
  • Oral motor
  • Phonological processes
  • Stuttering/ Fluency
  • Tracheostomies
  • Voice

Speech development should come naturally for children but sometimes speech disorders occur making it difficult for them to communicate their needs with others. Children with speech disorders can have difficulty with articulation, phonological processes, oral motor skills, stuttering/fluency, apraxia, and voice.

Some children are unable to communicate verbally so we find and develop the best methods for them to communicate such as sign language, picture boards, or speech generating devices. Children that have difficulty being understood will often become frustrated, embarrassed or will shut down.

We work closely with parents, teachers, pediatricians, specialists and develop a plan, goals and materials to help your child be the communicator he was designed to be.

NURTURE Feeding and Communication Support Contact: - 412-708-2080 - info@nurturesupport.com

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