Governor Cooper announced 3/28/2020 a Stay at Home order statewide for North Carolinians. In light of school and many daycare center closings, our management has made the difficult decision to suspend speech/language services until May 15, 2020 at which time we will reassess the current state of this unprecedented national crisis.
We are in continuous prayer for our patients, physician offices, day care centers and nation.
Language is a very large part of life We need it to think, process information, read, calculate, problem solve, and to learn.
In a recent parent-teacher conference, the teacher expressed concern that your child may have a problem with certain speech or language skills or perhaps while talking to your child, you noticed an occasional stutter.
Could your child have a problem? And if so, what should you do?
It is wise to intervene quickly. An evaluation by a certified speech-language pathologist can help determine if your child is having difficulties. Speech-language therapy is the treatment for most kids with speech and/or language disorders.