Speech Therapy in Encinitas, CA
The way you speak has a big impact on how you are perceived. Children who speak clearly will get better grades, be more confident, and will have better social lives. They'll have better adult outcomes as well.
That's why we're so passionate about speech-language pathology and speech and language therapy here at Integrative Learning. Our speech-language therapists provide your child with the in-depth instruction they'll need to master speech skills.
Toddler Speech Therapists
Your child doesn't have to be in school to benefit from our programs. Many speech skills develop within the first three years of a child's life. Some infants and toddlers meet developmental milestones more slowly than expected. This is called a developmental delay.
Early intervention can help infants and toddlers with delays catch up in their development.
Skills focus on five areas:
By catching these issues and correcting them early, you can build a stronger foundation for success at school when the time comes.
Speech Therapy for Kids
Speech therapy may take place in a classroom or small group, or one-on-one, depending on the speech disorder. Speech therapy exercises and activities vary depending on your child's disorder, age, and needs.
During speech therapy for children, our pediatric speech therapist may:
Every program is custom-tailored to meet your child's needs.
Also, ask us about our speech therapy classes for preschool-aged children, which we are offering during the pandemic.
Speech Therapy for Adults
Sometimes adults need speech therapy, too! This can happen when an adult suffers from trauma which damages the ability to speak, or when adults want to speak more clearly and articulately, but have issues never addressed during childhood.
We do have programs for adults, and are happy to help.
Types of Language Disorders
We treat all of the following language disorders.
About Our Program
We address speech disorders that develop in childhood or speech impairments in adults by incorporating the five parts of language development:
Speech therapy is the assessment and treatment of communication problems and speech disorders. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs), or speech therapists, administer the program.
SLPs use speech therapy techniques to improve communication. These include articulation therapies, language intervention activities, and others, depending on the type of speech and language disorder.
You don't have to go elsewhere to get a formal evaluation. We can administer one if necessary. Just call (760) 487-5245 to learn more or fill out our contact form.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, we are offering speech therapy online. We're also offering 20% discounts. Call now to take advantage of these adjustments.