Pediatric Language Therapy

Children Should Be Seen

and Heard

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Getting Help Early Makes a Big Difference

A child who has problems following directions or understanding questions or one who has trouble learning new words or saying sentences may have a language disorder. Language therapy can help a child better understand and share thoughts with others. Communication skills are being developed even before babies say their first words.

A language problem could have an impact on how your child behaves, learns and gets along with others. Early intervention is the key to helping your child be more successful.

Children’s Language Services

At Connections, we offer Language services for the following

Language Disorders

Language-Based Learning Disabilities

Selective Mutism

Language Disorders

Children can struggle with following directions or understanding questions, called receptive language. They can also have trouble learning new words, saying sentences or have problems talking. This is called expressive language.

Language-Based Learning Disabilities

The goals of speech and language treatment for children with a learning problem target the specific aspects of reading, writing and spelling that the student is missing.

Selective Mutism

Help for children who will not talk at certain times, no matter what.