Therapy Services

Speech Therapy for Children AND Adults

We offer a variety of speech therapy throughout the Austin area to treat disorders/delays including:

Infant Feeding

Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy/Tongue Thrust

Articulation/Apraxia of Speech

Picky Eating/ARFID

Craniosacral Fascial Therapy

Language Delay

How to know what area your child needs help in

Orofacial Myology/Myo

Orofacial Myology is the study and treatment of the muscles as they relate to speech, dentition, eating/chewing, swallowing, sleep and overall mental and physical health. Oral motor exercises are used to improve resting tongue posture, change to mature swallow pattern for eating and drinking, and retrain tongue, jaw lips for correct placement for speech sounds.

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Craniosacral Fascial Therapy

CFT serves as a distinct form of massage therapy. Experts gently apply pressure to release tension within the body, particularly in the craniosacral and fascial systems. These interconnected systems contribute to one’s overall health and strain in certain areas can lead to pain and discomfort, along with other health concerns.

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Infant Feeding

Infant feeding therapy is beneficial for bottle and breastfed babies that are having difficulties around feedings, such as unable to latch/painful latch, low transfer of ounces per feed, reflux, slow weight gain, swallowing difficulties. Assessment includes identifying tongue and lip ties and assessing oral function of swallow and whole body motor movements.

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Feeding Therapy for Picky Eating/ARFID

Picky eating and feeding difficulties can stem from sensory and/or oral motor delays (muscles of the mouth are not functioning to properly chew and swallow food adequately). Children that have feeding issues accept less than 20 types of food by 12 months old, avoid foods in a specific food group or texture, and swallow with minimal chewing/swallow food pieces whole. Pocketing food, choking or gagging on solids or liquids, and holding food in mouth are also indicators that child is having difficulty with eating skills.

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Speech Delay

Speech disorders is an term referring to any difficulty with motor production or phonological representation of speech sounds (articulation). Child is typically difficult to understand especially to new people and cannot produce age appropriate speech sounds.

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Receptive/Expressive Language Delay

A language delay is when your child has difficulty understanding and/or using spoken language. This might look like a limited vocabulary, difficulty putting words together to make simple sentences, explaining events, or difficulty following directions.

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Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)

A neurological childhood speech sound disorder in which the accuracy and consistency of movements are without any underlying reason such as abnormal reflexes, abnormal tone. CAS may occur as a result of neurological impairment, in association with complex neurobehavioral.

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Frequent repetitions of sounds, syllables and words that interfere with communication and lead the child to become frustrated and embarrassed and to speak less, change what they want to say, or to avoid talking in certain situations are indicators of stuttering.

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