Speech Therapy

Speech therapy, also known as speech-language therapy or speech-language pathology, is a specialized form of therapy that focuses on evaluating, diagnosing, and treating communication disorders in children

At Interact Pediatrics, our speech therapists, or speech-language pathologists, work with children who have difficulties with speech, language, voice, fluency, and swallowing.

Enhancing language skills

We work to enhancing language skills. Speech therapy targets the development of language skills, including vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, comprehension, and expression.

Fluency disorders

Interact Pediatrics speech therapists help children who experience fluency disorders, such as stuttering. They teach strategies to manage and control speech fluency, reduce repetitions and hesitations, and increase smooth and fluent speech.

Voice disorder

Children with voice disorders may have difficulties with pitch, loudness, quality, or vocal cord functioning. Our team can provide interventions to improve vocal production, voice quality, and vocal hygiene while eliminating vocal behaviors that may be harmful to vocal cords.

Swallowing and feeding difficulties

Our team evaluates and treats children who have swallowing and feeding difficulties, known as dysphagia. We provide strategies to improve oral muscle strength and coordination, address sensory aversions, and introduce appropriate textures and techniques to ensure safe and efficient swallowing.

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Speech therapy is tailored to the individual needs of each child. Our therapists collaborate with parents, teachers, and other professionals to develop personalized treatment plans that focus on improving communication skills, enhancing overall development, and maximizing a child’s potential for successful communication in all areas of life.


Improving speech and articulation

Speech therapists help children develop clear and intelligible speech.


Communication skills

Our speech therapists assist children in developing effective communication skills.


Boosting confidence and self-esteem

Develop effective communication skills for improved self-confidence and self-esteem.