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Speech Therapy

All of our speech therapy sessions are provided by licensed, knowledgeable, and dedicated speech language pathologists (SLPs). SLPs facilitate the development of speech and language skills. Development of these skills includes the child's ability to comprehend language as well as his/her ability to use their speech and language skills to effectively communicate with others. All of our SLPs are licensed by the state of TN and board certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). 

Our SLPS provide a personalized and child-centered approach that aims to maximize each child's potential by building on their interests in order to motivate them and make learning fun. We draw from an extensive base of knowledge and experience to provide evidence-based therapies and the most effective and individualized treatment for each child. The overall objective of speech therapy is to optimize each patient's ability to communicate and, in turn, improve their quality of life. If you have concerns about your child's speech and language development, do not wait! Research shows that the earlier that a child begins therapy, the better that child's outcome. See below for our areas of specialty and contact us for your free phone consultation today!

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Our Areas of Specialty 

Our SLPs are highly trained and have completed extensive training in a variety of areas. We specialize in treatment of:

  • Children who are deaf and hard of hearing 

  • Late talkers

  • Children who have difficulty understanding and using language 

  • Children who are difficult to understand 

  • Children with difficulty producing speech sounds

  • Children who seem to be stuttering 

  • Children who have difficulty interacting socially with peers

  • Children who have Autism/Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Children who have Down Syndrome

  • Children who have Childhood Apraxia of Speech

  • A wide variety of other diagnoses

We offer the following specialized treatment programs:

  • Auditory verbal therapy

  • Bilingual therapy

  • Training for the use of speech generating devices

  • Child and family-centered therapies

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