Speech & Language Disorders in Preschool Age Children

Speech Therapy Center, LLC, provides speech-language therapy, auditory processing, oral motor and myofunctional therapy for the following communication disorders in preschool age children:

Articulation Delays/Disorders

An Articulation Disorder involves difficulties producing sounds. Sounds may be substituted, omitted, added or deleted in an articulation disorder. Read More

Phonological Processing Disorders

Phonological Processes are patterns of sound errors which children use to simplify speech as they are learning to talk. Read More

Apraxia of Speech/Motor Speech Disorders

Apraxia of speech is a motor-speech programming disorder resulting in difficulty executing and/or coordinating  the oral- motor movement necessary to produce and combine speech sounds to form syllables, words, phrases and sentences on voluntary control. Read More

Oral Motor Disorders

Oral-motor skills involve the movements of the lips, jaw, tongue and cheeks. These muscles are important for eating, drinking and speech. Read More

Myofunctional Disorders

Oral Myofunctional Disorder (OMD) occurs when there is an abnormal tongue, jaw or lip position during rest, swallowing or speech. Read More

Receptive/Expressive Language Disorders

Children with receptive or expressive language disorders have difficulty expressing themselves using speech. Read More

Auditory Processing Disorders

Auditory processing is how your brain processes the speech sounds your ear is hearing. Read More

Social Skills/Pragmatics

Social Pragmatic Language Disorders may also be known as semantic/pragmatic language disorder, non-verbal learning disability (NLD). Read More

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