At mOST, our Speech Language Pathologists work on the following skills:

  • Receptive Language Skills – how words and gestures are understood
  • Expressive Language Skills – the ability to express our wants and needs
  • Pragmatic Language skills – using language appropriately in social situations to engage with adults, siblings and peers
  • Articulation – how sounds are formed and sequenced to create words
  • Oral Motor Skills – strength, stability, placement, and range of motion of the oral musculature (jaw, lips, and tongue) to produce sounds
  • Feeding Skills – learning eating patterns that create healthy speech patterns
  • Augmentative Alternative Communication– using Sign Language, PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System), and/or other high to low technology devices to facilitate communication
  •  Fluency – learning breath and speech patterns to sustain appropriate rate, tone, and fluent speech
  • Caregiver Education/Training – teaching strategies to promote carryover of skills in the natural everyday environment

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