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 1958 Butler Pike, Suite 402
 Conshohocken, PA 19428

33 West Ridge Pike, #663
Royersford, PA 19468

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Speech Therapy Services

Speech production involves the intricate coordination of the entire vocal tract including the respiratory system and all of our articulators.  Our evidence-based, multi-sensory approach therapy is utilized to treat a multitude of speech disorders.  Specific Speech Therapy Services we offer include:

  • Receptive Language
  • Articulation
  • Prosody
  • Voice/Vocal Loudness
  • Voice/Vocal Quality
  • Stuttering/Fluency
  • Oral Motor Techniques
  • Augmentative/Alternative Communication
  • Feeding

Language Therapy Services

As defined by the American Speech and Language Association (ASHA), a language disorder is “an impairment in comprehension and/or use of a spoken, written, and/or other communication symbol system.”  The therapists at Communiverse™ use our optimal knowledge and expertise to facilitate our clients’ linguistic needs:

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  • Receptive Language
  • Executive Function Skills
  • Language Learning Differences
  • Expressive Language
  • Sign Language
  • Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
  • Augmentative Assistive Technology
  • Social Communication/Pragmatic Language/Social Thinking ®
  • Literacy/Phonological Awareness
  • Inferential Reasoning/Problem Solving

Feeding Therapy Services

Is your child having difficulty with bottle or breast feeding?  Chewing and swallowing difficulties?  Or even a picky eater?  Here at Communiverse® we have speech and language pathologists who specialize in feeding therapy.  Our therapists work closely with clients and their families to determine the source of the child’s difficulties and develop very specific therapies to make the entire process of eating easier and more enjoyable.

  • Individualized feeding plans
  • Feeding and swallowing skills
  • Explore and introduce different foods, textures, smells and tastes
  • Techniques and strategies to use at home and school
  • Continuous communication and problem solving between therapist, caregivers and child