Services

SERVICES OFFERED:

Speech-Language Evaluations

Feeding Evaluations

Occupational Therapy Evaluations

Speech Therapy

Feeding Therapy

Occupational Therapy

 

EVALUATION: 

A comprehensive evaluation is conducted when a child is referred for speech therapy, feeding therapy, and/or occupational therapy. The process begins with the parent completing an intake form, which helps the therapist select appropriate testing materials and provides background information on the child in need of services.  Evaluations use a combination of standardized testing, parent interview, and informal observation. Once the evaluation is completed, you will be provided with a detailed assessment that will include recommendations as to whether therapy is warranted, recommended frequency and length of treatment sessions, and a detailed treatment plan.

 

THERAPY: 

Speech Therapy, Feeding Therapy, and Occupational Therapy are offered at our clinic located in Burleson. Therapy is individualized and implements a variety of programs and techniques. Home practice programs and family education are an integral part of the therapy process, in order to allow for optimal carry-over of skills learned in each therapy session. 

SCREENING: 

A Speech and Language screening is a 15-20 minute, informal assessment of your child’s use and understanding of language, production of speech sounds (articulation), social language skills, vocal quality, and fluency.  A screening allows us to determine if there is a need for further evaluation.  If your child does not pass the screening, a comprehensive speech and language evaluation is typically recommended.  Your child may benefit from a speech and language screening if you have concerns regarding the areas mentioned here, or if he/she is not meeting age excepted speech and language developmental milestones.​

 
SPEECH THERAPY -
AREAS OF TREATMENT:

  • Articulation Disorders

  • Receptive & Expressive Language Disorders

  • Language Delay ("Late Talkers")

  • Feeding and Swallowing Disorders (Dysphagia)

  • Picky Eaters

  • Apraxia of Speech

  • Phonological Disorders

  • Auditory Processing Disorders

  • Fluency Disorders (Stuttering)

  • Tongue Thrust

  • Pragmatics and Social Skills

  • Developmental Delays and Disorders

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY - AREAS OF TREATMENT:

  • Self-care skills

  • Visual perception

  • Sensory Processing

  • Visual-motor integration

  • Social skills

  • Play skills

  • Pre-writing and handwriting skills

  • Listening Disorders

  • Developmental Delay

  • Handwriting Skills

  • Visual Motor Integration

  • Perceptual Processing

  • Fine Motor Coordination and Strengthening

YOUR CHILD MAY NEED SPEECH THERAPY IF HE/SHE:

  • Is not developing language at the same rate as others children his/her age

  • Is difficult to understand when talking

  • Gets frustrated when trying to communicate

  • Does not understand questions or has difficulty following directions

  • Does not talk as much as other children his/her age

  • Has trouble interacting socially with peers

  • Has difficulty eating or swallowing

  • Is a picky eater

  • Has trouble reading

  • Has a diagnosis of autism or other developmental delay

If you have concerns about your child's speech and language development or your child displays one or more of the above, contact us for a free screening.

YOUR CHILD MAY NEED SPEECH THERAPY IF HE/SHE:

  • Is not developing language at the same rate as others children his/her age

  • Is difficult to understand when talking

  • Gets frustrated when trying to communicate

  • Does not understand questions or has difficulty following directions

  • Does not talk as much as other children his/her age

  • Has trouble interacting socially with peers

  • Has difficulty eating or swallowing

  • Is a picky eater

  • Has trouble reading

  • Has a diagnosis of autism or other developmental delay

If you have concerns about your child's speech and language development or your child displays one or more of the above, contact us for a free screening.

YOUR CHILD MAY NEED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY IF HE/SHE:

  • Needs assistance with everyday tasks 

  • Is delayed in fine motor skills and gross motor skills

  • Has difficulty with sensory processing

  • Has a hard time with visual-perceptual coordination

  • Has trouble with toileting and hygiene

  • Struggles with self-help skills

  • Has a diagnosis of autism or other developmental delay

YOUR CHILD MAY NEED FEEDING THERAPY IF HE/SHE:

  • Is irritable or fussy when eating

  • Has below average weight gain

  • Gags or chokes at meals

  • Pushes away new foods

  • Takes longer than 30 minutes to eat

  • Is a very “picky” eater

Call us today at (817) 349-8229

212 NW Lorna St, Suite 103

Burleson, TX 76028

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