If you think your child stutters, we can help. It is important to seek help as early as possible. Early treatment can reduce the chances that your child will keep stuttering.
Contact us for an evaluation if you have noticed any of the following things:
Our certified Speech-Language Pathologists will look at the following things:
Our speech therapists will ask if your child's stuttering affects the way they play with others, or if stuttering makes it harder for them to participate in school. The SLP will use all of this information during an evaluation to determine whether your child stutters and to develop a treatment plan.
The professional in charge of each individual’s speech-language therapy program is known as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). The SLP will work with each individual to design a program that meets the unique needs of that person. Meaningful activities will be developed to make therapy interesting and effective in meeting goals.