neuroBridge Pediatric Speech Therapy

Helps Your Child Improve Verbal and Nonverbal Speech and Language Skills 

How neuroBridge Speech-Language Pathologists Help 

neuroBridge speech therapists focus on improving a wide range of communication skills. Our goal is to improve verbal and nonverbal speech/language skills in order to increase self-esteem, social and academic skills. We work in partnership with the family, teachers and other neuroBridge therapists to carry over new skills into the home, school and play environments. We value each child’s unique strengths and needs. Our passion is to help children develop strong communication skills that are essential for building and maintaining relationships throughout their lifetime.

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Our areas of focus include:

  • Receptive Language 
    The ability to understand words, sentences, and meaning of what others say or what is read.
  • Expressive Language
    Being able to put thoughts into words or sentences in a way that makes sense and is grammatically correct.
  • Social Language
    The use of language in social situations.
  • Social Thinking and Emotional regulation
    The connection between thoughts, feelings, and behavior while interacting with others.
  • Auditory Reasoning
    Problem-solving, higher-order thinking, reasoning skills.
  • Auditory Processing
    The process of taking sound in through hearing and having it travel to the language area of the brain for interpretation.
  • Articulation
    The ability to produce clear & accurate speech sounds.
  • Phonological awareness
    The ability to manipulate sounds in words. This skill is the foundation for learning to read.
  • Stuttering
    When the flow of speech is broken by repetitions, prolongations or getting “stuck” on sounds or syllables.

Assessment and treatment strategies emphasize:

  • Research and evidence-based techniques
  • Individual needs and strengths
  • Whole-brain learning
  • Multisensory techniques
  • Play-based strategies (singing, games, movement, art, etc.)
  • Collaboration with teachers
  • Family education & supports
  • Carry-over activities for home and school
  • Classroom & academic supports

Social and Emotional Regulation with neuroBridge

We utilize the social thinking methodology to improve Self Regulation, Social-Emotional Learning, Executive Functioning, Perspective Taking, and Social problem-solving.

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