Speech Therapy Services for Improved Speech Intelligibility
We at Language Lab specialize in speech therapy interventions that help improve the intelligibility of speech.
- Phonological development
- Motor planning for speech
- Articulation and rate of speech
Language Therapy Services for Effective Communication
Language Lab offers functional and play-based acquisition of oral and written language using evidence-based strategies
- Grammar, morphology, syntax
- Language processing skills
- Attention-deficit/Executive Function skills
- Social language
Reading Therapy Services for Better Academic Performance
Language Lab can prevent most reading difficulties in children at risk with appropriate early intervention.
- Assistance by highly skilled, licensed clinicians
- Evidence-based structured, systemic, and multisensory literacy programs
Why Choose Language Lab?
By offering a variety of multisensory, Orton Gillingham-based therapeutic and instructional programs, Language Lab is improving the lives of children with language difficulties and their parents. The speech, language, and reading therapies we offer are effective and can improve the quality of life of every child that’s struggling.
Our services are tailored to match your child’s individual needs and result in…
- Improved self esteem and comfort with peers and family
- Higher academic achievement
- Abilty to expresss and respond more rapidly in the classroom and with friends and family
- An awareness that learning can be fun and successful!
Is My Child At Risk?
Understand and identify the risk factors to help your child
Our highly skilled therapists understand that a parent’s concerns are often misunderstood and go unheard. Subsequently, children do not get the help they need in a timely manner. We can prevent most difficulties in children at risk with appropriate early identification and intervention.
We are here to help such parents identify the risk factors and provide their children with the best assistance. Risks include…
- History of reading/learning disorders in the family
- Lack of appropriate instruction/exposure to literacy in preschool
- A diagnosed early speech and/or language impairment
- Hearing impairment including temporary from multiple recurrent middle ear infections
- Delayed skills in cognitive-linguistic processing, phonological awareness, rapid confrontational naming, oral sentence/story recall, and language ability.