Speech-Language Pathology

Our Speech-Language Pathologists evaluate, diagnose and treat speech, language and swallowing disorders. Speech-Language Pathologists are required to have a master's or doctoral-level degree in Speech-Language Pathology, pass national boards, and complete a supervised Clinical Fellowship Year. Each of our Speech-Language Pathologists are licensed to practice in North Carolina and maintain certification by the American Speech and Hearing Association.

Speech-Language Pathology assistants maintain certification through the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and provide treatment under the supervision of a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist.

Evaluation and treatment is provided in the following areas:

Apraxia of Speech
Assistive Technology
Auditory Processing Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Expressive and Receptive Language Delays
Feeding/Swallowing/Oral Motor delays
Pragmatics/Social Skills

Developmental Therapy

Developmental Therapy is a service offered to eligible children enrolled in the Early Intervention Program. It focuses on play skills, learning, behavioral and self-help skills. Our Developmental Therapists work under the guidance of other professionals to address goals determined by families from their Individualized Family Service Plan. Developmental Therapists provide education and training to caregivers to help them address their child's needs in addition to working directly with the child.