Speech Language Services
Speech Carrot, PLLC treats an array of speech and language impairments due to a variety of disorders including those associated with autism, developmental delay, stroke, and brain injury. Anyone can be affected–at any age–by a speech and/or language disorder.
Our goal is to help you meet your communication goal(s). We work with you to tailor your treatment plan to meet your individual needs.
The following are some of the services and therapies we provide:
- Speech & Language Evaluations
- Receptive Language
- Expressive Language
- Receptive Vocabulary
- Expressive Vocabulary
- Written Language
- Fluency (i.e., stuttering)
- Pragmatics (i.e., social skills)
- Articulation and Phonological Processing
Articulation & Phonological Processing
This therapy targets speech sound productions. Some children have difficulty with /r/ & /l/ or may lisp their /s/ sound. Others may substitute sounds (e.g., thing for sing) or delete consonants in consonant clusters (e.g., mile for smile). These errors greatly impact intelligibility in connected speech.
Language includes analyzing and assessing all parts of language. Receptive language is the language we understand (e.g., Pet the dog. Tie your shoe), while expressive language is the language we can express, either verbally or in writing (e.g., speaking). Grammar, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics are all included under the language umbrella. Individuals with autism, central auditory processing disorders (CAPD), and aphasia often have difficulties with one or more language-based skills.
This therapy targets speaking fluently and smoothly in everyday speech and language. While stuttering remains a not-well-understood disorder, research suggests there is often a genetic component. It can also be a lifetime disorder. However, there are techniques and tips for speaking fluently, and this therapy focuses on adding those techniques to one’s fluency toolbox.