Do you or your child have difficulties communicating? Is your child a late talker or nonverbal? Are they struggling academically or experiencing frustration due to their communication skills?
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.
An important first step to identifying and remediating language disorders includes a thorough assessment by your Speech-Language Pathologist, including a comprehensive standardized assessment. Please get in touch to find out more information.