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Therapy with this age group usually begins with educating the parents in modeling communication styles and creating appropriate environments to meet the specific needs of each child and their family.

School-aged children who stutter are less likely to participate in class and this can have devastating effects on their academic success.

For adults, stuttering can be create barriers to career advancement as those who stutter may not apply to or may not get the jobs that require speaking in front of people.

Along with stuttering, we serve to address speech, language, swallowing and voice disorders. We provide services including: identification, evaluation, and treatment.  

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