Who needs speech therapy?

Speech therapists work with people across the lifespan, from babies to seniors. Individuals need speech therapy for support with:

• Feeding and swallowing

• Language expression (speaking or writing)

• Language comprehension (listening or reading)

• Articulation/speech sound production

• Phonology

• Phonological awareness

• Auditory processing

• Voice

• Pragmatics/social skills

• Executive functions

A person may need speech-language pathology services as a result of delayed development or secondary to other diagnoses that affect the skills listed above (e.g., Down Syndrome, traumatic brain injury, Autism Spectrum Disorder).

Want to know how a Speech Therapist can Help?

Schedule your infant, child, and teen for an evaluation today and see how a therapist can help your family.
Call (828) 398 0043 or click on the schedule button.

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