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A child can experience a variety of speech and/or language difficulties at any stage of development. Common speech and language disorders include:


When a child has difficulty pronouncing words or sounds. These children may have the language to communicate, but they are difficult to understand by an unfamiliar listener.


A child's language can be broken into two parts, expressive and receptive language. Expressive language is the ability to use language. This is how a child communicates their wants and needs. Receptive language is the ability to understand and interpret language. This can be in spoken or written forms of language.


There are many variables that can impact the way our children learn to read. Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, learning disabilities, or just requiring some additional time spent practicing outside of the typical classroom setting.

Georgia Speech Therapy

Articulation & Phonological Therapy

30min - 1hr

Articulation therapy focuses on sound production to improve speech clarity and intelligibility. Therapy teaches correct phonemic placement and motor coordination skills of speech sounds to increase accuracy.

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Language Therapy

30min - 1hr

Language therapy addresses expressive language and receptive language skills. Difficulties with expressive and receptive language go hand-in-hand. Typically children need remediation of both types of language. Pragmatic language skills as well as play therapy are also taught during language therapy. Linguistic skill targets vary by age and diagnosis.

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Childhood Apraxia of Speech Therapy

30min - 1hr

In order for speech to occur, messages need to go from your brain to your mouth. These messages tell the muscles how and when to move to make sounds. When a child has apraxia of speech, the messages do not get through correctly. The child might not be able to move their lips or tongue in the right ways, even though their muscles are not weak. Sometimes, the child might not be able to say much at all.

A child with CAS knows what they want to say. The problem is not how the child thinks but how the brain tells the mouth muscles to move.

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Feeding Therapy

30min - 1hr

Feeding difficulties can be caused by illness, allergies, sensory aversion or developmental delays. Some children may need assistance broadening the amount and type of foods they eat. This is very important and will allow the child to better enjoy meals and eat a more balanced, healthy diet.

Georgia Reading Tutoring

Reading Tutoring

30min - 1hr

Orton-Gillingham (OG) certified tutoring includes a structured literacy approach. OG lessons consist of reviewing prior learned information as well as introducing new spelling and reading techniques. This approach is commonly used with children with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and/or other learning disabilities.

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