From an early age, children with autism may struggle to communicate their needs, wants and thoughts. They may also struggle to understand what people “say” with their words, tone of voice, eye contact and other body language.
Our Speech-Language Pathologists can help.
Like all of our professionals, our Speech-Language Pathologists specialize in working with children with autism.
Speech language therapy strengthens social communication through:
Children have a lot to say. They deserve to be heard and understood.
We can help.
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