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About The Speech Hub

A unique model with more support for you

Welcome to The Speech Hub, where we specialize in helping young children improve their speech and communication skills. We are passionate about working with children of all ages and backgrounds and helping them develop the tools they need to express themselves with confidence.

Rebecca Levy, owner and clinician at The Speech Hub, has training and experience in a variety of areas, including articulation and motor speech disorders, such as Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), and early language acquisition. We understand that each child is unique and may face different challenges when it comes to communicating. That's why we take a personalized approach to therapy, tailoring each session to your child's specific needs and goals.

Our goal is to create a safe and supportive environment where children can develop their communication skills at their own pace.

On our website, you'll find information about the services we offer, including individual and group therapy sessions, as well as resources for parents and caregivers to help support their child's speech and language development at home. We're committed to staying up-to-date on the latest research and techniques in the field and helping your child reach their full potential in communication and beyond.

Thank you for considering The Speech Hub as your child's speech-language pathologist. We're excited to work with you and your child and help them achieve their goals!

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More about Childhood Apraxia of Speech

While traditional articulation therapy focuses on correcting the way sounds are pronounced, our motor speech disorder therapy takes a different approach. With motor speech disorders, the focus is on improving the child's ability to plan and coordinate the movements needed to produce speech sounds accurately and fluently.
Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is a motor speech disorder that affects a child's ability to plan and coordinate the movements needed for accurate and fluent speech. Unlike typical articulation disorders, the focus of treatment for CAS is on improving the child's motor planning abilities, rather than simply correcting the way sounds are pronounced. This is why it is important to find a speech therapist who uses a motor planning approach when treating CAS. By targeting the underlying motor planning deficits, we can help children develop the ability to produce speech sounds accurately and fluently, leading to improved communication and overall quality of life.
We use fun and engaging activities to help children work on their motor speech skills, taking into account their unique strengths and challenges.

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