Personal attention and guidance.

Whether your child has difficulty talking, understanding, or swallowing, our skilled speech-language therapists offer compassionate support and coaching to help your child improve. We create a plan to help them succeed and support them as long as they need us. We work with children and families and focus on all areas of your child’s development — physical, emotional, social, and academic.  

Focus on empowerment and success.

We know your child can succeed — and we make sure they know they can, too. Our speech-language therapists are experts at helping kids learn new skills. We develop a treatment plan to give your child the best results and offer support and encouragement along the way.

We care for children of all ages, from infants to adolescents. As a pediatric academic medical center, we have the expertise to treat even the most complex speech, language, and swallowing disorders. Our therapists use the latest, child-friendly approaches to empower and help your child succeed.

Comprehensive Pediatric Speech and Language Therapy

Speech therapy can benefit children with conditions such as:

  • Apraxia of speech
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Developmental delays
  • Difficulties understanding speech (auditory processing disorders)
  • Feeding and swallowing problems
  • Hearing problems
  • Language disorders, such as delayed speech
  • Learning disabilities
  • Mouth muscle control problems (oral motor deficits)
  • Neurological disorders
  • Speech disorders and delays
  • Stuttering and lisps
  • Traumatic injuries
  • Voice and resonance disorders


We offer a full range of speech and language therapy services, including:

  • Advanced diagnostic testing and treatment for swallowing disorders, including video fluoroscopic swallowing exams.
  • Evaluation and treatment of listening, speech, language, cognitive, social, and emotional skills.
  • Developmental assessments and personalized treatments.
  • Individual speech-language therapy sessions with children and their families.
  • Teaching parents functional communication training (FCT) techniques to help nonverbal children express themselves without using unwanted behaviors.
  • Information and referral to community-based resources.
  • Consultations with school therapists and educators to support academic growth and well-being.
  • Assistance with alternative and augmentative communication (nonverbal communication methods) — from sign language and picture boards to mobile apps and speech-generating devices.
  • Specialized speech therapy for children with cleft lip and palate.