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Does your child  have difficulty speaking and being understood by others?

Does your child express frustration when struggling to communicate?

Is your child not talking or struggling to use language to express themselves?

Does your child have difficulties trying new foods?

We can help! At Lifespan Speech and Swallowing, you will find the tools and resources needed to help your loved ones receive the assistance they require. Lifespan Speech and Swallowing Services is a private practice that serves both pediatric and adult clients. Offering both in person and teletherapy sessions. Most major insurances accepted

Our Services

Articulation Therapy

Speech sound disorders is an umbrella term referring to any difficulty or combination of difficulties with perception, motor production, or phonological representation of speech sounds and speech segments—including phonotactic rules governing permissible speech sound sequences in a language (ASHA, 2021).

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Autism is a neurobehavioral disorder with four distinct autism diagnoses, all, enveloping a spectrum of symptoms and impairments that range in severity. Autism is characterized by difficulty in communicating and interacting with others, and obsessive or repetitive behavior.

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Feeding Therapy

For years, patients have depended on us to differentiate picky eaters from problem eaters. We offer feeding therapy, parent counseling, and other specialized options to anyone in need of a Speech Pathologist and feeding specialist they can trust. We are dedicated to building long-lasting relationships based on trust and medical integrity with every single patient.

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Fluency Therapy

At Speech Therapy For All, we offer personalized voice therapy sessions to anyone in need of a trained Speech Pathologist they can trust. Please contact us today to set up a free consultation to find out how we can help you achieve your most healthy and optimal voice.

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Language Therapy

If your child has problems following directions or understanding questions, learning new words or saying sentences, your child may have a language disorder. Language includes speaking, understanding, reading, and writing. A language disorder can often be the source of academic struggles.

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In-Person and Telehealth Options Available