Speech Therapy

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The main goal of speech therapy is to ensure that a child can communicate functionally and spontaneously. This means that the child needs to be able to communicate his basic wants and needs in an age-appropriate manner to those around him without any prompting.

Non-Verbal Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy can help children with speech impediments pronounce words correctly, but it also helps children with developmental disorders to understand and use spoken language in a social context.

Non-Verbal Speech Therapy

If the child’s speech is not adequate and functional (the child isn’t talking), various forms of augmentative-alternative communication (AAC) may need to be introduced until a method that works for the child is found. Each child is different so different methods work differently for each child.

Here are a few options that can be tried:

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