Your child may benefit from Speech Therapy if he/she experiences any of the following:

  • Delayed articulation
  • Phonological disorders
  • Apraxia and other motor speech disorders
  • Autism
  • Cognitive delays
  • Phonemic and phonological awareness
  • Developmental language delays
  •  Voice Therapy
  • Fluency Disorders
  • Augmentative Communication Selection and Training
  • Orofacial myofunctional disorders 
  • Literacy/Dyslexia 
  • Craniofacial disorders (cleft lip/palate)

Contact us for more information on how a speech-language pathologist could assist your child. 

speech-language  Therapy 

At SCSS we focus on providing the most outstanding and comprehensive speech and language therapy services. Our speech-language pathologists are committed to helping children reach their full developmental potential and realize their full range of communication abilities for improved quality of life, more active participation within their families, and increased independence in activities of daily living. We collaborate with physicians, other therapists and healthcare professionals to identify communication and swallowing problems and achieve a collaborative approach to treating your child. 

  • You or other people have difficulty understanding your child.
  • Your infant/toddler is not babbling/playing with sounds or trying to imitate you.
  • People think your child is younger than he/she actually is because of the way he/she speaks.
  • Your child is being teased or shows frustration because of the way he/she talks.
  • Your child become frustrated as a result of being unable to communicate his/her wants or needs
  • Your child uses fewer words than other children of his/her age.
  • Your child stutters or produces speech with many stops and starts.
  • Your child's interactions or play seem unusual or inappropriate when compared with peers.
  • Your child struggles with reading, writing, and/or spelling.
  • There is a diagnosis that could affect speech or language such as hearing loss, auditory processing disorder, autism spectrum disorder, or developmental delay.

Speech-language THERAPY SERVICES