Language skills are important for communication with peers and family members. If a child has difficulty understanding or expressing themselves in conversation, it impacts his/her overall quality of life.
We specialize in working with kids from birth-to-five with a limited expressive vocabulary, young children with suspected or diagnosed autism, and children with attention difficulties.
Speech articulation and fluency are essential for verbal communication. Children who have difficulty producing certain speech sounds often have difficulty effectively conveying their message.
We are specially trained to examine a child's oral structure and function and it's impact on speech sound production.
Feeding skills are important for nutrition as well as socialization during mealtimes with family and peers.
Our speech therapist specializes in working with infants with latching and sucking difficulties, children with suspected tethered oral tissues, and young children with limited diets.
Oral resting posture and nasal breathing patterns impact breathing, sleep, dentition, facial development and more.
We specialize in working with kids that present with an open mouth posture during the day and/or night, wake up still tired after a full nights rest, tongue thrust when swallowing, and ADHD or ADHD characteristics.
At All Things Communication, we offer personalized and effective speech therapy in a fun and engaging manner. We focus on the child's interest, building rapport, and making therapy sessions fun; since learning happens more quickly when it is fun.
We primarily work with the birth-to-five population and have specialized training in autism spectrum disorder, tethered oral tissues, feeding difficulties, and working with toddlers with limited or no words. We are always learning and keeping up with with new research and treatment methods for the best results for our patients.
We provide our evaluations and treatment sessions in our clinic, in your child's daycare, or via teletherapy.