The purpose of Speech Therapy is to assess, address and provide treatment for individual with speech-language, cognitive or feeding difficulties.

People communicate in a variety of verbal and non-verbal ways, but speech and language disorders affect the way we verbally relay information to other people.  Since speech is the ability to produce sounds and combine phonetics to create vocalized language, the focus of this therapy is articulation, fluency and voicing.   The goal is for the child to form sentences and relay information and express themselves to others.