Speech Therapy:

If your child has trouble reading and spelling, speech therapy may not seem like the obvious answer. Many people think that speech therapists only work with people who have trouble making certain sounds (articulation) or who have stutters or lisps.  Speech therapists do handle those speech issues. But they also help kids with other kinds of problems with spoken and written language, such as dyslexiadyspraxia and auditory processing disorder. In fact, a speech therapist is more accurately called a speech-language pathologist (SLP).

Speech Therapist can help:

  • Articulation Problems

  • Fluency Problems

  • Resonance / Voice Problems

  • Oral Feeding Problems

  • Receptive Language Problems

  • Expressive Language Problems

  • Pragmatic Language Problems