Pediatric Speech Therapy
Effective communication skills are essential for healthy childhood and adolescent development. If your child or teen is experiencing speech or language difficulties, Summit Medical Group has specially trained speech therapists who are experts in Pediatric Speech Therapy.
Speech therapy involves evaluating and treating communication problems. To achieve their patients’ goal, our speech therapists provide fun, age-appropriate pediatric rehabilitation activities to improve speech and language while encouraging and motivating patients.
For your convenience, day and evening hours are available in Pediatric Speech Therapy.
Our Speech Therapists
Our speech therapists are trained in the latest Pediatric Speech Therapy techniques.
- Speech sound and articulation disorders
- Expressive and receptive language disorders
- Cognitive communication disorders
- Voice disorders
- Feeding disorders
Speech and language therapy can help improve:
- Comprehension and expression through language
- Speech sound production
- Feeding and swallowing skills
As a parent or caregiver, you are integral to the success of your child’s or teen’s treatment. In addition to participating in his or her therapy, you will learn strategies to help your child communicate effectively.
Good hearing is an important part of speech development. Audiologists at Summit Medical Group provide testing for people of all ages to identify and manage hearing and balance disorders. They will partner with your child’s speech therapist to ensure your child gets the comprehensive care he or she needs.
Hearing loss (or hearing impairment) is defined as hearing problems in one or both ears. It includes the inability to hear the range of sounds that is normal for most people. People with hearing loss or hearing impairment might hear some sounds, but they also might hear no sounds.
Our audiologists teach patients with hearing loss about leading-edge hearing aid technology and communication strategies to manage in difficult listening situations.
If you think your child might have difficulty hearing, ask him or her questions from our Five-minute Hearing Test. The results will help determine whether he or she should be evaluated and treated for hearing loss.
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