Oral Motor Skills

Oral Motor Skills

Oral Motor Skills Oral motor skills include the skills necessary for coordination of the muscles of the mouth in order to produce the sounds and movements needed for both speech skills and feeding skills. When a child has oral motor challenges, his/her brain knows...
Feeding

Feeding

Feeding Feeding is a process that begins with the oral phase. This means bringing food to the mouth, chewing it, and moving it to the back of the throat. Next comes the pharyngeal phase. This involves closing off the airway and swallowing the food. Finally, the...
Receptive Language

Receptive Language

Receptive Language Receptive language refers to the way that a child understands language. Children may have difficulty understanding age-appropriate vocabulary and/or concepts, body language, following directions, turn-taking, and answering questions. Our speech...
Expressive Language

Expressive Language

Expressive Language Expressive language refers to the way that a child communicates with others. A child may have difficulty verbalizing his/her wants and needs or asking questions. Children may struggle with constructing sentences using age appropriate vocabulary and...
Articulation

Articulation

Articulation Challenges in the area of articulation include difficulty with the accurate perception and production of speech sounds and segments. It can be difficult to understand a child with articulation challenges. This may cause significant frustration to the...

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