Speech-language therapy assists children with delays or difficulties in language and communication, speech production, social communication, eating, and swallowing.
Fraser speech-language pathologists hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association or are completing their clinical fellowship year (CFY). We have speech-language pathologists that specialize in evaluating and treating children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
Fraser speech pathologists use play and structured activities to evaluate and develop:
- prelinguistic skills
- language skills
- language processing
- articulation skills
- oral-motor skills
- feeding and swallowing abilities
- social communication skills
- augmentative alternative communication skills
The program serves infants to children in their mid-teens.
Speech-language therapy programs at Fraser include:
— Feeding Therapy helps manage or overcome common feeding difficulties in children with disabilities, particularly children with autism spectrum disorders.
Learn Talk Play
— an innovative small group rehabilitation program for children with social communication and emotional regulation needs.