Speech / Language Therapy

Speech / Language Therapy

We provide speech language therapy for children birth to three, throughout Metro Denver in the child’s natural environment (e. g. home, daycare or school). In addition, children aged birth to twenty-one can receive speech therapy or feeding therapy at our clinic.  Our therapists use a variety of techniques to teach children the essential skills needed to be confident and successful communicators. Speech-language or feeding treatment plans and goals are developed and implemented based upon your child’s needs. We offer effective and results-based therapy in individual and small group settings, including a Toddler Language Group. Parent/Caregiver involvement is essential for a child’s communication success; therefore, parents are encouraged to observe and participate in therapy sessions.

We evaluate and treat a variety of speech/language impairments including:

Articulation Disorders
Auditory Processing Disorders
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Bilingual Language Learners
Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders
Phonological Disorders
Pragmatic/Social Communication Disorders
Voice  and Resonance Disorders
Speech and Language Delays in Toddlers
Stuttering and Fluency Disorders
Feeding/Oral Motor Disorders

Your child might benefit from Speech Therapy if they have:

– A decreased ability to communicate
– Limited vocabulary for their age
– Poor articulation and enunciation
– Stuttering and fluency issues
– Difficulty understanding what is said to them, difficulty following directions
– Poor verbal or written expression
– Difficulty listening in noisy environments
– Immature sentence structure, immature language, or uses nonspecific words frequently
– Decreased executive functions or memory
– Poor social skills, pragmatics

The Pediatric Speech Therapy Associates Difference
We recruit the most highly qualified pediatric speech-language pathologists. Each clinician is certified by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and maintains the ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC). We also have our own competency training program for the special patient populations served by our team.

We believe in family-centered care, which means we involve the whole family in a patient’s treatment plan. From bringing family members into care plan meetings, to providing support and distraction to a patient’s siblings, we do our best to help fit our care within your lifestyle

Make an Appointment

Please call 720-542-8737 for:

  • First appointments and initial evaluations with our speech language pathologist
  • Questions
  • General information

Please call for speech scheduling at 720-542-8737 to schedule or change an speech therapy session once you have your child’s initial evaluation.