Basic speech plays a huge role in how humans communicate with one another. It not only allows us to express ideas and feelings, but it can also help get important information across, especially if we need help. For children, speech impediments, problems and other issues can make it difficult for them to properly communicate with others, which can be especially troublesome in the classroom, but in other aspects of their daily lives as well. In order to help give your child a voice, our New York City articulation therapist Stacey Miller, SLP can help identify your child’s speech issues and address them in a way that suits your child best.
Speech and articulation therapy is often a very personalized sort of treatment, so Stacey Miller, SLP will want to meet with you and your child before moving forward. Before making any sort of diagnosis or prescribing a treatment plan, Stacey Miller will get to know you and your child and will acquaint herself with the way that your child conducts themselves, what sorts of stimuli they respond do, what they like/don’t like etc. in order to get a full picture. In addition to paying close attention to how your child speaks and conducts themselves, she will will be able to begin formulating a therapy plan that will be able to address your child’s’ specific needs in a completely unique way. Since every child is different, it is important that developmental issues such as speech problems are handled with a sense of individuality. Our New York City articulation therapist can help identify your child’s strengths and weaknesses when it comes to communication and use that information to help inform her therapeutic approach.
Stacey Miller, SLP offers a variety of different options when it comes to therapy and other treatments. Some kids work best in one-on-one sessions whereas others may thrive in social or group settings. In other cases, a bit of both can be helpful and conducive to learning. Our New York City articulation therapist is here to help your child improve and find their voice, and the sooner you call to set up an appointment the sooner your child will be able to communicate more effectively.