Individualized Speech-Language Therapy
At In-Home Speech Solutions we do not believe in a “one size fits all” approach. We work with children (birth to adolescences) to treat various communication problems that include but are not limited to the following areas:
Articulation/Phonology – How individual speech sounds are produced.
Expressive Language – The ability to express needs, wants, thoughts, or emotions, through words, pictures, signs, etc.
Receptive Language – The ability to understand language.
Social Skills – The ability to interact, take the perspective of others, and understand unwritten social rules.
Fluency – Often referred to as stuttering or having difficulty producing fluent speech.
Auditory Processing – How the brain receives and interprets information that is heard.
Apraxia – Difficulty planning the motor movements of speech and transmitting the signal from the brain to the mouth.
Cognitive Impairments – Deficits in the ability to reason, concentrate, recall information, problem solve, and process ideas.
Voice Disorders - abuse and misuse of the vocal folds that results in trauma such as nodules.