Pediatric speech therapy can help children of all ages with various speech and language disorders, including articulation disorders, fluency disorders, communication challenges, swallowing/feeding disorders, and language disorders.
Our goal is to help your child understand and express their needs and wants through improved articulation, language, and social skills.
Speech and language skills develop rapidly from birth to roughly age five; therefore, pediatric speech therapy is a crucial tool for young children who exhibit communication problems that could affect their social or academic skills as they get older.
We offer the highest level of individualized speech, swallowing, language, and social communication services. Working closely with your child and your family, we provide a complete range of speech therapies to help children overcome speech, language, developmental and neurological disorders.
“The My Way” food selectivity approach was developed by Dr. Greg Hanley, a well-known BCBA-D who has been applying the principles of his research to improve children’s behaviors for over 30 years.
The skill-based approach provides a relaxed environment in which children are motivated to interact with and eventually eat new and nonpreferred foods.
Children are given the choice to participate in the treatment and always have the option to leave or take a break. The process is partly child-led, and the children teach us the pace at which to progress expectations.
“The My Way” approach has been shown to be highly effective and Building Blocks Therapy is the only ABA therapy clinic in Ohio offering this method.
Our pediatric speech therapists care for kids from birth to adolescence, using a team approach that is kid-friendly and involves parents every step of the way.
Our speech and language pathologists therapists have extensive experience in multiple settings, including clinical, hospital, at home, and in school. They also have experience working with children with autism, and developmental delays.
Our skilled and versatile physical therapy team specializes in the treatment of children from birth to teenagers with health challenges, autism, and other developmental delays.