Pediatric Speech Language Therapy

  • Pediatric Speech Language

    Our speech-language pathologists offer child-centered and play-based therapy to maximize participation and create a fun learning environment. Our treatment programs are specifically designed and customized to treat all aspects of communication from a child’s first words to their ability to socialize and interact with peers. Our speech-language pathologists also provide interventions for auditory processing and comprehension in conjunction with appropriate use of vocabulary and grammar in functional communication.

    All of our treatment programs are specific to the individual child and customized to highlight functional goals during the therapy session that can be sustained by the child and family at home.

    In addition to receptive and expressive language, speech-language pathologists target articulation of speech sounds, as well as speech fluency and voice disorders in order to improve a child’s ability to be understood within their environment.

    Our speech language therapy program can provide significant benefits for:

    • Social pragmatic communication disorders
    • Autism spectrum disorder
    • Receptive and expressive language disorders
    • Auditory processing disorders
    • Cognitive/Attention impairment
    • Articulation and phonological disorders
    • Apraxia of speech
    • Fluency disorders (Stuttering)
    • Augmentative communication
    • Genetic syndromes (Down syndrome)
    • Hearing impairment
    • Neurological disorders (Cerebral palsy, stroke, traumatic brain injury)
    • Voice disorders
    • Delayed speech milestones
    • Reasoning and memory
    • Listening skills


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    SSM Health Physical Therapy is a proud affiliate of SSM Health Cardinal Glennon at our outpatient locations in:

    • Dardenne Prairie in St. Charles County
    • Florissant in North County 

    At these locations, we are able to emphasize the multidiscipline approach including Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy.   These specific locations are better suited to address therapy needs associated with autism, handwriting, feeding difficulties, sensory issues, social skills development, articulation disorders, cleft lip/palate, language delays, oral motor difficulties, and voice, fluency, and vocal cord dysfunction.

    For more information about how SSM Health Physical Therapy can help your pediatric patient, call 800.518.1626

  • SSM Health Physical Therapy provides this service at the following locations: