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What is a Speech-Language Pathologist? 
Speech-Language Pathologists (often called speech therapists) are professionals who are educated in the study of human communication, its development, and its disorders. Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP) assess and treat individuals in the areas of speech, language (both understanding and spoken), cognitive-communication, augmentative/alternative communication, social skills, fluency, voice, and oral/feeding/swallowing skills. 


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Every new client will be required to undergo an initial assessment, where the client's speech and language skills will be examined. The type and length of assessment can vary based on the client's needs. After the initial one-on-one assessment is completed, the Speech-Language Pathologist will score and interpret results, write a comprehensive report, and provide feedback to the family. 


Treatment sessions can be booked for either 30 minutes or 60 minutes. Sessions will be one-on-one and will include the child's primary caregiver, if applicable. During our sessions, we will target our goals created from the assessment. The Speech-Language Pathologist will develop goals in collaboration with the families. Activities and strategies will be provided at the end of the sessions. It is essential for the families to continue working on these goals with their child between sessions as this will increase the child's overall success. 

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