Language Therapy 

Language therapy is a broad term for patients that receive treatment for one, or numerous, of the following: listening skills, grammar skills, vocabularly skills, question skills, social language skills, and literacy/book skills. 

When working with a child to improve one or more of the above listed skills, the speech-language pathologist, or SLP, will identify where the child has the most difficulty. Then, the SLP will break the skill down into smaller steps and specifically teach each skill to the child. Our SLPs here at Medical Support Services utilize a variety of techniques to help the child learn a new skill, such as pictures and verbal reminders.