When a child learns to communicate with confidence, it opens a whole new world.
Speech therapy helps overcome a variety of challenges in verbal, nonverbal, and social communication. Speech therapy supports confidence throughout all environments and situations, enhancing the wellbeing of the child and their relationships to the world around them.
- Speech Therapy is currently offered at our Bozeman location for children and young adults ages 18 months to 21 years.
What areas speech therapy address?
- Delayed onset of language
- Expressive & Receptive language skills
- Social language interactions
- Speech that is difficult to understand
- Oral motor deficits
- Augmentative communication skills
Underestanding Speech Therapy & What to Expect
Our approach to therapy is transparent, science-backed, and empirically validated.
Speech therapy assesses and treats aspects of speech and language to remediate and improve functional and effective communication. A speech-language pathologist provides speech therapy by supporting an individual’s strengths, and applying evidence-based therapy techniques to address their communication challenges. For a child, communication challenges might include speech sound errors, language use, language understanding, word retrieval, social interactions, and working memory. A goal of speech therapy is to help children communicate with peers and adults, as well as understand and interact successfully with them.
- Receptive language
- Expressive language
- Pragmatic language
- Augmentative/alternative communication
- Cognitive development
- General feeding issues
- Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders (OMD)