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Speech & Language Therapy is Key

Is your child struggling to be understood, struggling to get his words out clearly, or having problems socializing with friends and you’re not sure how to help?


Screening is conducted whenever a speech sound disorder is suspected or as part of a comprehensive speech and language evaluation for a child with communication concerns. The purpose of the screening is to identify those who require further speech-language/communication assessment or referral to other professional services.


In order to determine a diagnosis and develop a treatment plan, all aspects of spoken speech and language skills, such as articulation, fluency, voice, phonology, semantics, morphology, syntax, and pragmatics skills are assessed.


Individualized therapy sessions address the following areas: Articulation, Expressive Language, Receptive Language, Pragmatic/Social Language, Fluency, Voice, Oral Motor.


The speech-language pathologist consults with the client and reviews records in order to provide guidance to determine an appropriate plan of action.


Chandler has come a long with processing information and being able to give the correct out put. Ms. Moore is really great with Chandler and was very patient when dealing with my very busy schedule.” ——-Chandler’s P. Dad

“He (Christopher) doesn’t stutter as much as he used to and he speaks much clearer than before. They (MCC staff) seem to care about helping my son improve his speech problems. They are patient and eager to help my child.” —–Christopher’s T. Mom

“Ms. Denise’s style was fun and relaxed. Miles enjoyed the activities. The “homework” helped to reinforce what he learned. It’s great that this service is covered by my insurance.”——Miles’ H. Mom

For your convenience, we accept the following insurances:
• Blue Cross Blue Shield
• Cigna
• Maryland Medical Assistance
• Health Services for Children with Special Needs
• John Hopkins
• United Healthcare
Private pay clients are welcomed.

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