Auburn University Speech and Hearing Clinic

Speech and Language Treatment for Children

Students working with a child

Articulation Therapy

  • Acquisition and production of developmentally appropriate sounds

Language Therapy

  • Early language stimulation for late talking or non-verbal children
  • Treatment of children with language deficits related to developmental delay
  • Specific language treatment for any language modality (auditory and reading comprehension, verbal expression, grammar, vocabulary, pragmatics)

Language Therapy for Adolescents

  • Academic organization
  • Listening/Comprehension
  • Oral language production
  • Written language composition
  • Reading comprehension
  • Pragmatics

Stuttering Therapy

  • Lidcombe Program for treatment of pre-school stuttering
  • Traditional stuttering therapies for older children
  • Parent/family education
  • Counseling

Voice Therapy

  • Resonance
  • Cleft Palate
  • Hoarse or harsh voice quality

Feeding

  • Exercises to facilitate oral-motor movements related to feeding
  • Specialized techniques to enhance feeding skills
  • Use of specialized utensils based on client need
  • Increase tolerance of various food textures

Last Updated: October 21, 2015