Speech Therapy for Kids



Reacting to the world around them:

    • Rocking, hand flapping or other movements (self-stimulating movements)
    • Not paying attention to things the child sees or hears
    • Problems dealing with changes in routine
    • Using objects in unusual ways
    • Unusual attachments to objects
    • No fear of real dangers
    • Being either very sensitive or not sensitive enough to touch, light, or sounds (e.g., disliking loud sounds or only responding when sounds are very loud)
    • Feeding difficulties (accepting only select foods, refusing certain food textures)



Speech Therapy