SPEECH THERAPY FOR KIDS

AT C.T.S, WE BREAK DOWN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS WITH SPEECH THERAPY

Pediatric speech-language therapy helps children improve their verbal and/or nonverbal communication skills. Speech Language pathologists (SLPs) work with children who exhibit speech or language disorders, such as developmental receptive/expressive language delays, social communication disorders, articulation disorders, stuttering disorders, and feeding disorders.


SPEECH THERAPY CHILD CHECKLIST:

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SPEECH THERAPY FOR KIDS

While children develop at different rates and environmental circumstances play a large role in speech development, if your child does not follow a traditional language development timeline, you may wish to visit with a speech pathologist for children.


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DEDICATED TO IMPROVING YOUR CHILD'S SPEECH

  • increasing understanding of the verbal language used by caregivers and peers

  • improving ability to express wants, needs, and thoughts in multiple modalities (words, sign language, communication device, etc.)

  • teaching children with social delays how to interact more appropriately with peers in social settings

  • improving speech sound production skills so that a child can be better understood by communicative partners

  • evaluating the need for specialized equipment, such as speech-generating devices or adapted feeding materials


WHAT IS SPEECH THERAPY AND HOW DOES IT HELP?

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Our SLPs use strategies tailored for each child’s particular challenge. When therapy helps a child learn to speak more clearly, the child feels more confident and less frustrated about speaking to others. Children benefit socially, emotionally and

academically from speech therapy

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For more information: Office Number: 662-874-6729 | Email us: ctswhereindependencematters@gmail.com |

Clinic Location: 800 Ohio Street, Clarksdale, MS (Inside Aaron E. Henry Community Center) | Hours: M-F 8AM-5PM