PRAGMATIC LANGUAGE THERAPY
Clients learn how to produce developmentally appropriate speech sounds in structured and unstructured speaking tasks. Speech therapy addresses articulation and phonological disorders, apraxia, motor speech planning delays/disorders.
**For Oral-Motor concerns, please refer to: Orofacial Myofunctional Treatment.
Clients build their language comprehension and/or language production in the areas of listening comprehension/processing, basic concepts, expressive vocabulary, and verbal formulation.
Language Therapy addresses Auditory Processing Disorders, receptive and/or expressive language disorders, and word retrieval difficulties.
Feeding Therapy incorporates Whole Child Mealtime methodology and sensorimotor approaches for picky eaters and those with food aversions.
**For chewing and swallowing problems related to myofunctional difficulties, please refer to: Orofacial Myofunctional Treatment.
Pragmatic Language Therapy
Social skills and social-emotional awareness are explored through play-based methodologies, role-play, and problem solving.
Pragmatic Language Therapy addresses Autism Spectrum Disorders and Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder.