"Speech-Language Pathologist" means an individual who practices speech-language pathology, who makes a non-medical evaluation, who examines, counsels, or provides habilitative or rehabilitative services for persons who have or are suspected of having speech, voice, language disorders, oral pharyngeal function, or cognitive processes, and who meet the qualifications.
Our new website provides a wealth of information about speech language pathology issues.
Explore our site to learn about the many speech language pathology services we offer.
Specializing in Language learning and literacy disorders
- Language Learning and Literacy Disorders
- Articulation Disorders
- Voice Disorders
- Motor Speech Disorders
- Pragmatic Language/Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Central auditory processing disorders
- Cognitive-Communication disorders
Child language problems involve difficulties in the development and mastery of language skills. Children may have difficulty understanding what they hear, see, and experience, or formulating what they want to say. Language problems may affect school performance.
There is a broad range of language difficulties, from mild concerns to those which impair children's abilities to function at age level. Some terms often associated with language impairment include: developmental delay, language delay, learning disability, auditory processing, central auditory processing disorder, hearing impairment, reading disorder, genetic syndrome, brain injury, and prematurity.