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Teacher and Student


Bridge The Gap Therapy uses diagnostic tools to help drive therapeutic approaches. Our staff is highly trained in up-to-date evaluation protocols to properly diagnose speech, language and reading disorders. 

Does my child need an evaluation?

Children accomplish a wide variety of developmental milestones during their first few years.  In a matter of months, they learn to crawl, walk, talk, and socialize with others. For many children these skills come with an expected age range.  For example, most babies begin to crawl between 6 and 10 months, and the vast majority are accomplished walkers by 15 months.

Milestones are also achieved through speech. Your child should say their first word by age 1, and they should know about 20 words by 18 months. If your child is behind these targets, don’t hit the panic button. Your child may just be slow in developing their language skills and could benefit from working with a speech therapist.

If your child is having difficulties, contact Bridge The Gap for a free consultation. We offer a welcoming environment, familiar faces and the therapeutic tools to develop these milestones. 

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