Pediatric Speech-Language Therapy

If your child has trouble with their speech or language skills, our expert Speech-Language Pathologists can help them learn to communicate with ease. We use proven treatments and child-led sessions to ensure your child can improve their speech and language skills while having fun.

What Is Speech Therapy?

Pediatric speech therapy is a specialized treatment for children who struggle with their speech or language skills. Your child will work with a speech-language pathologist (SLP) on different activities and exercises that can help them improve their ability to speak clearly, share their ideas, understand others, and much more. And for children who are nonverbal or have a condition that limits their speech, our SLPs can teach them to use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) methods such as electronic devices or sign language to empower their ability to communicate.

What Are Speech Skills?

Your child’s speech skills enable them to pronounce words properly, speak without stuttering or pausing, and use their voice without strain. Children who have a speech delay may struggle with one or more of these areas. This can lead to trouble making friends and doing well in school, which is why early intervention is so important. Some common signs that could indicate a speech delay include:

What Are Language Skills?

Your child’s language skills enable them to share their ideas, understand what others are saying to them, read, and write. Children who have a language delay may struggle with one or more of these areas. The ability to communicate is essential for success in life, which is why early intervention is so important. Your child may have a language delay if they:

What Are the Benefits of Speech Therapy?

When your child participates in routine speech therapy sessions, they can experience a ton of great benefits such as:

Pediatric Hearing Screenings

Your child’s ability to hear can impact their speech and language skills. That’s why our clinics in College Station, TX and Huntsville, TX provide pediatric hearing screenings. We can determine if your child has any level of hearing loss or struggles with auditory processing, which means they can hear but have trouble understanding speech sounds.

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Contact Us for More Information

Do you have any questions about our therapy services? Give us a call today at (936) 293-8800 or fill out the form below. Our staff will be happy to get you the answers you’re looking for.

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