Speech Therapy

We aim to help children of all ages build communication skills to last a lifetime.

Our Services

Speech therapy encourages children to develop effective speaking and listening skills, support social communication skills, and improve pediatric feeding skills. It also helps children interact with other children and adults with confidence.

Services at our center focuses on the following issues:

Speech & Language Screenings

  • In Schools, Daycares, Head Starts, and for Individual Children upon request

Speech & Language Evaluations

  • In Schools, Daycares, Head Starts, Homes, for Disability Claims, and for Early Intervention Eligibility

Disorders treated:

  • Autism Spectrum, Down Syndrome, Cognitive Impairments, Hearing Impairments, Cerebral Palsy, Auditory Processing, Sensory Deficits, Apraxia, Dysphagia, Aphasia, and many more

Speech and Language Therapy services are based on needs and criteria outlined by the American Speech & Hearing Association (ASHA):

Articulation disorders: errors in speech sound production, apraxia, oral motor

Fluency disorders: stuttering – stopping, prolonging, or repeating sounds

Resonance/Voice disorders: abnormalities in pitch, volume, or quality of the voice such as hoarseness, nasality, or pain in the throat when speaking

Dysphagia/feeding disorders: difficulties with chewing and/or swallowing due to conditions such as texture aversions, pain, or nerve damage

Language disorders:

Receptive- difficulties understanding spoken or written language (comprehension/auditory processing)

Expressive- difficulties using verbal or written language

Pragmatic- difficulties with social language understanding and/or use


We offer summer and winter camps annually. Follow us on facebook for information regarding special events throughout the year. 

Our Goal

Words For Life Speech & Language provides speech therapy specifically tailored to delays in children’s speech and language, stuttering, voice quality, social communication skills, and feeding issues.

Our speech therapists work hard to help patients develop strong speaking skills as well as refine volume and quality of voice. They can help decrease issues patients have with eating, drinking, swallowing, and communicating.

If your child is struggling with an issue that is impairing their speaking capabilities, contact us today to learn more about how speech therapy may benefit your child’s condition.

Children may experience delays that make it difficult for them to interact, explore and play. Our speech therapists at (practice name) work with family members to create a personalized plan of treatment and home programming to help a child’s growth and learning.