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Speech, Language, and Feeding Therapy

Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) facilitate the development of speech, language, communication, cognitive processing, and social skills. An SLP evaluates and provides therapy for children with disorders ranging form mild delays to severe disorders affecting communication skills.


All therapy sessions incorporate play and motivating activities with the goal of the functional use of communication skills in the child's everyday environments. 


SLPs train patients, families, and caregivers, as well as collaborating with other health care professionals.


  • Common Conditions Evaluated:

  • Dyspraxia/Apraxia

  • Articulation & Phonological Disorders

  • Fluency Problems (stuttering)

  • Developmental Speech/Language Delay

  • Oral Motor Impairments

  • Swallowing and Feeding Impairments

  • Hearing Disorders

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders 


  • Based on Evaluation, Treatments May Include:

  • Expressive and/or Receptive Language Development

  • Articulation Therapy

  • Fluency

  • Oral Motor Skills

  • Parental Education

  • Teacher Collaboration



We accept the following insurances:  Blue Cross Blue Shield, TennCare Select, BlueCare, & Tricare

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