Pediatric diagnostics and treatment that meet the needs of children of all ages and their families
Pediatric Diagnostics and Treatment for Speech & Language Disorders
We specialize in the evaluation and treatment of pediatric speech and language disorders. We work to provide specialized pediatric diagnostics and therapy that meets the communication needs of children of all ages and their families. Founded by Susan L. Cohn in 1999 and currently owned by Amy L. Svensson M.A., CCC-SLP since 2010, our practice strives to provide families with the highest level of service.
Through early intervention and parent education, our therapists have a wide range of expertise and specialize in providing services for children of all ages.
Speech-Language Diagnostics and Treatment for Pediatrics
- Auditory Comprehension
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
- Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
- Expressive Communication
- Fluency / Stuttering / Cluttering
- Hearing Aid and Cochlear Implant Aural Habilitation
- Literacy and Language Processing
- Motor Speech Disorders Including Apraxia of Speech
- Nonverbal Communication
- Oral Motor Treatment
- Phonemic Awareness
- Pragmatics and Conversation Skills
Giving Back to the Community
We are grateful for all of our referrals and love giving back to our local communities as a way to show our appreciation! Every year, we match the number of referrals and make donations to local organizations to foster positive community outreach.
257 Referrals in 2017
244 Referrals in 2018
250 Referrals in 2019
260 Referrals in 2020
380 Referrals in 2021
Communication in the First Year
The first year of a child’s life is a whirlwind of learning and growing. As a parent, you are the bridge and advocate between your infant and the rest of the world of learning.
Involving Older Siblings in Language Therapy
“Sometimes being a brother is even better than being a superhero.” A child’s big brother or sister plays a unique role in their life, acting every day as a role model, play partner, protector, rival, confidant, and so much more.
Please and Thank You
“What’s the magic word?” At what age should I teach my toddler please and thank you?”
Tips for Talking with Your Child
Compiled by Barry Guitar, Ph.D., University of Vermont, and Edward G. Conture, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University
We have put together ten language-based games that are perfect for entertainment in the car!
Is Your Child Suffering Right Under Your Nose?
An estimated nine out of ten children suffer from one or more symptoms related to breathing-disordered sleep.
Although the WA statewide mask mandate was lifted on 3/11/22, masks are still required in our clinic. Thank you for helping us keep everyone healthy.