Speech and Language Therapy is a clinical service provided by qualified and Certified Speech and Language Therapists or Speech and Language Pathologists. The Speech and Language Therapist works with clients who have been diagnosed with Delayed Speech and Language Development, Delayed Speech and Language Development associated with Syndromes, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Learning Disability (LD), Hearing Impairment (HI), Visual Impairment (VI) and those diagnosed with Stuttering, Cluttering, Anxiety Disorders, Socialization issues, Voice Disorders, Articulation Disorders, Cognitive Impairment, Seizural Disorders or Cerebral palsy either in isolation or in combination with varying degree of severity from mild to moderate needs. The primary goal of the Speech and Language Therapist is to improve the client’s Receptive Language Skills, Expressive Language Skills either verbally or through AAC (Alternate and Augmentative Communication), Articulation skills, Fluency, Feeding skills including hypersensitive, hyposensitive or picky eaters, Swallowing skills, Oral Motor skills depending on the concerns and the functional priority of the client at that point of time. The secondary goal is to educate and empower parents of our clients so that they can practice and follow through the home plans and activities designed for their child to achieve their goals. The Last goal is to work as a team, holistically for the betterment of our client’s functional progress. At “The Learning Connection”, clients will receive One to One Speech and Language Therapy Service, Group Speech Therapy Service or Inclusion Group Speech Services depending on their needs.