What is speech therapy?

Speech therapy is the evaluation, treatment and support of children with speech, language, social-communication and swallowing difficulties. Services are recommended based on each child as an individual as they have their own strengths and challenges.

Pediatric Therapy Services Intake Form
How to Make an Appointment
What to Expect at an Appointment

What can we help with?

Speech-language pathologists (SLP) treat children with a wide variety of disabilities, conditions and injuries that impact their communication and swallowing, specifically:

  • Expressive language (using language)
  • Receptive language (understanding language)
  • Speech sound disorders
  • Feeding/swallowing
  • Fluency (stuttering)
  • Motor speech disorders (apraxia of speech)
  • Literacy (reading skills and comprehension)
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Social communication/skills
  • Voice disorders
  • Oral motor strengthening and range of motion therapy (suck therapy)

Speech Language Therapy-Pediatric
Pediatric Therapy Services
150 St. Andrews Court, Suite 310, Mankato

Speech Language Therapy-Pediatric
Children’s Health Center
1421 Premier Dr., Mankato