Pediatric Speech and Language Therapy Services
For children, our speech-language treatment plans and goals are created and implemented based on the child’s individual needs. Individual therapy may address their ability to develop more appropriate play skills, social skills, and general social interaction activities. In addition, our trained speech pathologists can help with language comprehension and expression, and, as necessary, the development of augmentative communication skills, even literacy skills.
Most importantly, we’re here for you to work as a team to help you help your child achieve and succeed. Learn More About Our Pediatric Speech and Language Therapy Services:
Adult Speech and Language Therapy Services
Speech and language therapy in adults is a form of therapy that focuses on helping individuals with speech and communication difficulties. This may include difficulty producing sounds, trouble with language processing, stuttering, voice disorders and more.
Adults may need speech and language therapy if they have difficulty communicating due to physical or cognitive conditions. At Metro Speech Therapy, we can help adults with speech challenges caused by stroke, brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, autism spectrum disorder, or other issues that debilitate speech and communications.
We’ll work together with family and/or caregivers to develop an individual therapy plan to address your specific challenges with the shared goal of improving, if not resolving, your speech and language struggles. Learn More About Our Adult Speech and Language Therapy Services: