Speech therapists (SLPs) and speech therapy assistants (SLPAs) provide specialized interventions that help consumers (AKA clients, patients) improve expressive/receptive language (using and understanding language), augmentative alternative communication (AAC device), social language, voice quality, fluency (e.g. stuttering), and articulation.
Speech therapists at L.I.F.E. form treatment and lesson plans to support socialization, engagement with peers, and total communication. Our speech therapists and assistants work on a transdisciplinary team to treat the whole child to better support communication development.