Pediatric speech-language pathologists evaluate and treat communication and swallowing disorders in children. Early treatment can help prevent the development of problems with behavior, learning, listening, reading, writing and social interactions.
Pediatric speech therapy can be helpful if your child is having difficulty finding effective ways to communicate with friends, family or peers.
Kids may benefit from speech therapy if they have any of the following:
- Speech delays
- Word finding difficulty
- Language processing delays
- Trouble saying certain sounds properly to be easily understood by others
- Chewing, feeding or swallowing problems
- Voice quality or smoothness concerns
- Nonverbal language and social skill problems
- Language comprehension and expression delays
- Difficulty with attention, memory, reasoning and awareness issues
- Cochlear implants, ear infections, hearing loss or deafness
- A need for alternative communication devices
- Disorders or disabilities related to:
- Attention deficit disorder
- Cerebral palsy
- Cleft lip or palate
- Fragile X syndrome
- Head injury
- Rett syndrome
- And a variety of other neurological or genetic disorders
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Your health care provider can order these services for you. We accept Medicare, Medicaid and most medical insurances. Please verify with your insurance company that your test or treatment is a covered benefit.