You may need the support of a Speech and Language Therapist if you have...
Trouble understanding what others are saying
Difficulty remembering words or knowing what they mean
Difficulty speaking words or forming sentences
Difficulty producing sounds clearly so that others can understand
Disjointed, bumpy speech (getting stuck on or repeating words)
Poor voice quality (quiet, hoarse, strained)
Inappropriate or underdeveloped social skills for getting needs met or making friends
Delayed or disordered development
We also help with early communication skills such as cause-and-effect, eye contact, turn taking, and the use of gestures, signs, and words. We provide education for parents and caregivers in learning how to tune into and support these early skills.