Speech-language therapy strengthens children's communication so they can participate fully in daily activities and achieve success. Speech-language therapy addresses language comprehension, pragmatics, speech-sound production, voice, and fluency, as well as oral motor development.

If your child is experiencing one or more of the following, they may benefit from speech-language therapy:

  • Experiences problems being understood
  • Has difficulties understanding others
  • Experiences frustration because of communication difficulties
  • Has a voice that is difficult to hear
  • Experiences stuttering

For more information, reach out to our Pediatric therapy team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 309-452-0069 ext. 298.