Speech Therapy attacks a number of problems involving speech, some of which include Apraxia (difficulty forming words), stuttering, and a variety of problems in between. Speech Therapy will commonly tackle Expressive Language (how a child communicates thoughts), Receptive Language (how a child comprehends and processes language), Pragmatic skills (social language skills used in our daily communication with others) and Articulation (the forming of sounds). Speech Therapy may also treat feeding and swallowing disorders, which are common issues in childhood development.
Auditory Processing disorder
Beckman Oral Motor Approach
PECS Trained (Picture Exchange Communication System)