Overview of Therapy

At SpeechCare, experienced therapists provide personalized, evidence-based treatment to children and adults with a variety of communication and developmental problems. Our goal is to assist each individual to live a more enjoyable and fulfilled life by improving their communication skills and development.

Types of Therapy

Stuttering Therapy »

SpeechCare helps adults and children who stutter learn ways to talk more fluently and feel better about communicating. We also offer interventions for young children to help prevent stuttering from becoming a life-long problem.

Pediatric Language Therapy »

Language therapy is important for children who are having difficulty understanding and using language in ways that are typical for their age. This might be a child who is delayed in learning to talk or an older child who is having difficulty in school.

Reading & Spelling Instruction »

Our programs help children and adults who are having difficulty reading and spelling words and comprehending what they have read.

Articulation Therapy »

Articulation Therapy helps adults and children having difficulty clearly pronouncing speech sounds and words.

Childhood Apraxia of Speech(CAS) »

Children with apraxia of speech have great difficulty planning and producing the precise, highly refined and specific series of mouth movements that are necessary for intelligible speech. This motor speech disorder can range in severity from mild to severe and requires intensive speech therapy intervention.

Business Communication »

When communicating in a professional setting or going for a job interview, effective communication skills can have a significant impact on how you are perceived by others. Good business communication and writing skills make you appear more capable, confident and valued.

Accent Reduction »

Our Accent Reduction therapy is for those adults who want to be more easily understood speaking English at work or in their daily life.

Selective Mutism »

SpeechCare’s experienced speech-language pathologist works with children and adolescents who have an inability to speak in one or more social settings despite being able to speak comfortably in other settings. Affected individuals understand language, have the physical and cognitive ability to speak, but demonstrate a persistent inability to speak in particular settings due to anxiety.

Infant-Toddler Therapy »

SpeechCare provides speech therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy for Birth to Three Early Intervention. We also provide private speech therapy for toddlers with delayed speech and language skills.