Speech-language pathologists help to treat issues with speech sound production, articulation, language development, fluency/stuttering, feeding and swallowing, as well as other areas of communication.
The speech-language pathologists at Beth Osten & Associates address a wide range of children and adults’ communicative needs in order to promote effective and functional interactions across multiple environments and communication partners.
Services are provided in both individual and peer group settings. Each client receives family-centered treatment according to their individual needs. Speech-language professionals agree that parental involvement is a critical factor to a child's progress in speech and language therapy.
All of our speech and language pathologists are state licensed and credentialed through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Our speech-language pathologists assess and treat:
• Expressive and Receptive language skills
• Social-pragmatic language
• Articulation delays
• Phonological development
• Oral-motor development
• Feeding and swallowing challenges
• Fluency disorders
• Auditory processing and language processing difficulties
• Developmental delays
• A variety of genetic and developmental syndromes/conditions
We offer a variety of speech-language approaches including:
Augmentative/alternative communication (AAC) technology
Sarah Rosenfeld-Johnson’s oral-motor program
Interested in scheduling an evaluation or speak with one of our speech & language therapists?
Please call 847.663.1020 ext. 154 to make an appointment.
Other clinical service, methods, and programs we often use in conjunction with speech/language therapy treatment.
This therapeutic model provides a comprehensive framework for understanding and treating children. Helping them master the foundational building blocks of relating, communicating, and thinking.
These therapeutic play groups provide extra support in peer and group situations, providing a multi-disciplinary approach in order to increase success within a typical preschool.
Therapeutic Intensives are daily treatment sessions provided over a short-term, intensive format that are individualized to each client. Treatment disciplines include occupational therapy, physical therapy, and/or speech therapy.
Occupational therapy helps children and adults develop the skills needed for play, socialization, learning, and participation in daily activities.
Physical therapy can help children develop gross motor skills and promote active participation in the home, school, and community environments.
Child development specialists are credentialed through the Early Intervention program (EI) primarily treating children within the EI program.