Pediatric Speech & Language Therapy
Focus on children’s speech and language
Pediatric Speech Disorders
Childhood Apraxia of Speech:
Articulation & Phonological Disorders:
Autism spectrum disorder:
Our therapists are able to create a comprehensive treatment plan that will address your child’s unique issues. Call our office to get started!
Pediatric Language Disorders
Problems with age-appropriate reading, spelling, and/or writing.
Difficulties with understanding and/or talking in children aged 3 to 5 years.
Your child doesn’t have to struggle; our experienced speech therapists can help them. Contact us today for an appointment!
Help with Swallowing Disorders
Therapies of the Rockies is bringing state of the art dysphagia instrumentation to our outpatient clinic via the use of our Fiberoptic Endoscopic of Swallow (FEES) system. Our FEES Endoscopist is trained in the assessment and treatment of swallowing disorders through the implementation of FEES.
We all have difficulty swallowing sometimes. We may have trouble chewing a tough piece of meat. We may gag on food or have to swallow hard to get it down. And we have all had a drink “go down the wrong way,” making us cough and choke. A child with a swallowing disorder will have trouble like this all the time. A swallowing disorder is also called dysphagia (dis-FAY-juh).
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between Speech and Language Therapy?
Speech is the production of sounds and words. Language is how we use those words to communicate our thoughts, ideas, wants and needs.
What diagnoses and disorders do speech therapists treat?
Aphasia, Apraxia, Articulation Disorders, autism, Down Syndrome, Dysarthria, Dysphagia, Fluency Disorders (Stuttering), Phonological Disorders, Pragmatics, Receptive/Expressive Language Disorders, and Voice Disorders.
How often should my child go to speech therapy?
Typically sessions take place 1-2 times per week.
At what age can treatment be done?
Any age! Patients across the lifespan can benefit from speech/language therapy based on their current needs.
How can speech therapy help my child?
Speech therapy can help an individual improve their speech, language, fluency, voice and/or pragmatic skills using the latest research.
I believe my child needs speech-language therapy, where do I begin?
Give us a call and we will set up an initial evaluation to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your child’s skills.
What can my child expect from a speech and language assessment?
A full speech-language assessment (which could also include voice, fluency, pragmatics, auditory processing, feeding/swallowing) will provide a thorough evaluation of your loved one’s current ability levels, background and history, areas of strength and areas of concern as well as a recommendation and potential diagnosis
Get in Touch
Aurora, Lakewood, Englewood
Fax: (303) 362-8986
Mon - Fri — 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday & Sunday — Closed
2851 S. Parker Road Suite 570