Frequently Asked Questions
Speech therapy is individualized for every child to meet his or her unique strengths and areas of concern. The sessions will also incorporate your child’s interests to increase engagement in sessions, which leads to greater progress and gains throughout the therapeutic process.
To promote the generalization of skills to settings outside of speech therapy sessions, the sessions follow a naturalistic approach in your home or your child’s school (depending on the structure of your child’s school program). Chicago Speech Therapy can also provide services at the practice’s state-of-the-art facility located around Lincoln Park and Bucktown in the city of Chicago.
Please contact Chicago Speech Therapy (312) 399-0370 to see if there are available appointment times in your area or contact us below.
Karen and her team are highly trained and have experience working with children who have a variety of disorders and disabilities. Areas of specialized training with children include, but are not limited to:
Karen and her team also have extensive experience working with children to address speech and language deficits secondary to autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental delays, such as Down syndrome.
As a multidisciplinary practice, the team frequently collaborates with occupational therapists and behavior analysts to provide the most comprehensive care for every child.