Reach Beyond
Building confidence through language.

Speech therapy is the treatment, support, and care provided to children who have difficulty with communication, cognition, voice, or swallowing. Therapy services are provided by licensed and experienced therapists that are trained to identify the disorder, develop and implement a treatment plan, and provide parent-training and support. Speech therapists also assist children with problems with spoken and written language, such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and auditory processing disorder.



SLPs can help with:

  • Articulation problems: Not speaking clearly and making errors in sounds.
  • Fluency problems: Trouble with the flow of speech, such as stuttering.
  • Resonance or voice problems: Trouble with voice pitch, volume and quality.
  • Oral feeding problems: Difficulty with eating, swallowing and drooling.

SLPs can help treat:

  • Receptive language problems: Trouble understanding (receiving) language.
  • Expressive language problems: Trouble speaking (expressing) language.
  • Pragmatic language problems: Trouble using language in socially appropriate ways.