Watching your child struggle with a speech impediment can be frustrating to watch. Communication is key to functioning in the real world and developing relationships. Without proper communication, one can struggle all their life.
A speech therapist will help your child develop proper communication techniques, and ensure lasting results that will stand the test of time.
Want to know more about how a speech therapist works? Keep reading to find out!
A Speech Therapist Adjusts Accordingly
Here at Reading With Results, we know that each student learns differently. Whether we’re helping with dyslexia tutoring, speech therapy, or another issue, no one strategy is right for all students.
That’s why, when working with a speech therapist, the speech-language therapy plan is designed to tailor specifically to your child. We’ll set out a list of personal developmental goals that we know are achievable within a certain time frame. After that, we’ll work to achieve those goals and even help our student exceed them.
Additionally, we work closely with caregivers and family members. Working with people who are close to our student allows us to create plans that are compassionate, personalized and effective both in the learning setting and the home setting. Our speech therapist will never set their own goals for your child, everything that your child will be learning will be working towards the values and goals your family puts in place.
A Speech Therapist Can Treat Most Issues
There are a seemingly infinite number of issues that a child can struggle with when it comes to speech. Regardless of what they might be struggling with, a speech therapist is the right way to deal with it.
Here at Reading With Results, we specialize in both in-person therapy and teletherapy for:
- Receptive & Expressive Language Delays/Disorders
- Limited words and vocabulary.
- Trouble following directions.
- Challenges with grammar/word order.
- Difficulty combining words into phrases.
- Articulation & Phonological Delays/Disorders
- Speech that is difficult to understand.
- Difficulty saying certain sounds.
- Leaving sounds off the end of words.
- Limited repertoire of sounds.
- Social Thinking & Pragmatic Challenges
- Difficulty following social cues.
- Trouble changing language according to the situation.
- Challenges following rules for storytelling or conversation.
- Fluency & Stuttering Disorders
- Disruption in the flow or normal rate of speech.
- Repeated words, sounds, or syllables.
- Secondary characteristics associated with stuttering.
No matter what your child is struggling with, a speech therapist will help them unlock what they are truly capable of.
Contact Reading With Results Today!
Regardless of what your child is struggling with, a speech therapist is the way to correct it. Using factual, evidence-based techniques, your child will be in an environment that encourages learning and progress as fast as possible, but as slow as they need.
With open communication, proven methods, and a supportive environment, working with a speech therapist has never been easier. Contact Reading With Results today for a free consultation!