We provide comprehensive evaluations for children of all ages. For detailed information regarding the evaluation process, click here.

Evaluations include:

  • Standardized assessments for speech sound production and language skills
  • Parent/Caregiver interview to determine areas of need
  • Record review (e.g., review of previous evaluations, school IEP, etc.)
  • Informal speech/language sample

A recent speech and language evaluation is required prior to beginning therapy services. If your child has never been evaluated or has been evaluated over six months ago, your therapist will complete a comprehensive speech and language evaluation prior to beginning services. If your child has been evaluated within the last six months, the therapist will review the evaluation report and determine whether or not a new evaluation is warranted.

Ready to get started? Click here to learn more information about the steps involved in the evaluation and treatment process.


In addition to comprehensive evaluations, we provide speech and language therapy services to children with a variety of diagnoses, including:

  • Phonological/articulation disorders (difficulty with accurate production of speech sounds)
  • Childhood apraxia of speech (a motor speech disorder characterized by difficulty sequencing motor movements necessary for speech production)
  • Expressive language delays (difficulty using language to express themselves)
  • Mixed receptive-expressive language disorders (difficulty understanding and using language)
  • Developmental delays
  • Autism spectrum disorder

For more information about reasons a child may benefit from speech therapy, click here.

We also provide speech and language therapy services for children utilizing augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and speech-generating devices. Are you interested in obtaining a speech-generating device for your child? We can help!