Speech-Language Pathologist

Speech-language pathologists work with children who may be having troubles communicating. We work closely with families and caregivers to find ways for your child to understand others and express themselves. Things we can help with include:

  1. Babies having difficulty with:
    • Using their first word
    • Communicating to you what they want
    • Looking at you
    • Playing games like pat-a-cake or Peek-a-boo
  2. Toddlers having difficulty with:
    • Following simple directions
    • Understanding new words
    • Using two words together
    • Playing with others
  3. Preschoolers having difficulty with:
    • Following directions or answering questions
    • Using sentences to talk with others
    • Relating to others
    • Speaking so that others can understand them
  4. For any child who
    • Doesn’t relate well to the people around them
    • Seems not to hear well
    • Is stuttering
    • You think something is not quite right