At Empower Therapy Center we focus on different speech problems including, but not limited to: stuttering, difficulty pronouncing words, tone and pitch, volume and or quality of speech as well as the understanding of words. It's imperative we establish a good foundation in children in order to boost their overall confidence.
Children often suffer from challenges of speech and expression. Empower Therapy Center focuses on techniques and activities to enable children to improve their delays and disorders in order to boost confidence.Learn More
If you notice your child is not eating properly or showing interest in only 5 – 10 different foods then it may be time to speak to a pediatric feeding therapist. Don’t wait until more signs and symptoms arise. Your child matters.Learn More
Improving your childs ability to walk or move due to a previous injury, or current disorder or illness is often the goal of physical therapy. The purpose of PT is to reduce discomfort and pain and to be able to return to activities of daily living.Learn More
In this field we assist children of all ages who have physical, cognitive, and sensory problems. It’s imperative that we build back the courage and confidence of each individual in order for them to live fruitful lives.Learn More
Applied Behavior Analysis & Special Education is intended for students who have difficulties in the classroom setting. We provide individualized behavioral interventions to establish habits and behaviors that allow for proper classroom learning.Learn More
Our focus for myofunctional therapy is breathing and speech. Many children who suffer from mouth breathing or inadequate nasal breathing often develop issues with breathing and speech. Empower Therapy Center targets these areas.Learn More
Majority of the time we try and teach children to slow down their speech in order to identify a stutter. You may speak very slowly and deliberately when beginning speech therapy, but over time, you can work up to a more natural speech pattern. There are 4 known methods to treat stuttering:
The skills necessary for speech dont always develop equally. As children learn, repeat, and pronouce words they master some sounds at different rates. For example, the articulations of the R, L, S, Th, and Z sounds are often challenging for children. These difficult sounds for children to produce can sometimes take a little longer to learn and are more easily learned with care and patience. Treat the following pronunciation of the letters:
You may notice that your child is having difficulty noticing tone and pitch of voice and misunderstand/misinterpret the meaning or the mood. Below are strategies that we utilize to tackle these problems:
Contact us today regarding any concerns or questions that you may have and we would be more than happy to answer them!
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