What is Speech Therapy?
Speech therapy helps improve children's verbal and nonverbal communication skills. Your child is one-of-a-kind, and his or her developmental needs are unique. At SkyBreak Therapy our speech-language pathologists work with each child and family in a motivating play setting to provide parents and caregivers with the education and tools needed to help your child meet his/her potential. Together, we can:
What is a Speech-Language Pathologist?
A speech-language pathologist is a professional who specializes in working with individuals to improve their communication and feeding skills. In pediatrics, a speech-language pathologist works to develop and maximize the child’s speech, language, and feeding skills in a motivating play setting in order to increase their independence and ability to communicate.
How Do I know if my child needs Speech Therapy?
If your child is experiencing any of the following, please contact us for a screening:
Delayed development of speech sounds and language compared to peers their age; Difficult to understand; Has difficulty understanding language and following directions; Hesitates often, repeats, or prolongs sounds; Has difficulty chewing and swallowing; Has a voice that is too high, deep or raspy; Has difficulty hearing; Has difficulty with speech in a social context.
Speech Therapy for Infants, Children, Teens, and Young Adults
Therapy and support for children of all ages who are experiencing difficulty with speech, language, literacy, stuttering, oral motor skills, praxis, disorders of speech and/or central auditory processing disorders.
Oral Motor therapy
Feeding Therapy utilizing a sensory approach for children who are picky eaters, in collaboration with occupational therapy