With speech-communication therapy from one of our Speech-Language Pathologists, your child can learn to:
Our process starts with an assessment
Our speech-language pathologists (SLPs) will conduct a thorough assessment of your child’s abilities to determine how to best help them reach their goals. Our recommendations may include an individual treatment plan with goals and/or a referral to other specialists to give your child the exact help they need.
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“I love being a resource for families and parents…I’m always striving to keep up-to-date about the resources in our community so I can share those resources with parents and caregivers.”
“I enjoy supporting parents who have previously been concerned about their child’s communication and watching those concerns subside as a result of early intervention.”
If you’re concerned about your child’s communication skills or think your child might benefit from a comprehensive speech-language evaluation, you can contact us for a free screening. We offer free screenings the second Wednesday of every month, or you can contact us to schedule one at a time that works for you. We’ll give you recommendations to help meet the needs of your child.
You can also reference ASHA’s (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) typical speech-language developmental milestones for more information: https://www.asha.org/public/speech/development/chart/
Research shows early intervention is best in order to obtain the best possible outcomes for your child. If you haven’t started yet, it’s not too late!
Both speech and language follow a developmental sequence, but typical development varies from child to child. If you are unsure if your child could benefit from speech-language services, our speech-language pathologists would be happy to provide a free screening. It is often helpful to visit with parents to get a better idea of the concerns and share more information about options, development, and strategies to use at home.
Children who receive speech-language and/or occupational therapy in school may benefit from supplemental outpatient services to increase the frequency, consistency, and range of services. For example, some parents prefer the school to focus on certain goals while outpatient addresses other goals.
To find out if your child would benefit from outpatient services, please contact us for a free screening. We can then determine, with your input, if your child is making sufficient progress at school or if additional support is warranted to help them reach their full potential.
A chart of typical speech-language milestones is available on ASHA’s website. You’re also welcome to set up a free screening at Full Circle.
Act right away if you’re concerned about your child as early intervention provides the best longterm outcomes. We also offer free screenings at Full Circle to help you decide the best course of action for your child.