Providing early intervention for children with special needs.
Speech Therapy may be prescribed as a way to help your baby develop the muscles they need for sucking and swallowing while nursing, or the muscle coordination to chew solid foods. Speech therapy can also help strengthen the muscles in the mouth, lips and tongue to enable your child to communicate more easily. Speech therapy is often needed for children with autism, cerebral palsy, or a cleft lip or palate, though many other issues may lead you to seek this type of treatment for your little one.
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