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Literacy encompasses reading, writing and spelling.
Speech sound delays and disorders involve one sound being substituted with another sound. This may make it hard for others to understand your child.
Tongue tie is when the frenulum (the tissue under the tongue) impairs the normal functions of the mouth and face. Tongue tie can lead to:
A late talker is a child who has an age-appropriate ability to understand, has good play and social communication skills, BUT…has a smaller amount of words in their vocabulary than expected for their age.
Your child’s ability to attend to task, retain and manipulate information is more highly correlated with academic success than intelligence (IQ).
Stuttering is holding onto a sound, or repeating a sound, word or phrase repeatedly, causing dysfluency in speech. It can also sound like someone is getting “stuck” on their words.
Often those with ASD have difficulty hitting their language and play-skills milestones, and have difficulty with social communication. But…ASD is different for everyone! This means that therapy needs to be tailored to the person with ASD.
Children who have restricted diets caused by picky eating habits. This can impact their ability to meet their nutritional needs.
Dysphagia encompasses difficulties with swallowing. Dysphagia can lead to; coughing, choking, or food and fluid ‘going down the wrong way’ (into the lungs).
Voice is the ability to produce sound from your vocal chords (your voice box). If your child’s voice sounds different than others their age, or if it feels/sounds different than usual, they may have a voice disorder. This happens for a number of reasons. If you believe your child has a voice disorder contact us and we can assess further.
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