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Many Gifts Speech & Language Therapy full logo

Helping each client discover their unique way to say to the world who they are.

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Child with Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) device sharing joy with SLP.

Why choose us?

We provide skilled, evidence-based speech-language therapy services, with compassion, ongoing client & caregiver collaboration, and creative & flexible solutions.

We believe...

... in the inherent worth & dignity of every person

... in honesty & kindness

... in being considerate of the unique needs of each client, caregiver, & family

... in play & having fun while working hard towards achieving challenging goals

... that everyone should be given real choices & the opportunity
to be a full and equal member of their community

Needs in Many Areas

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Speech Sounds

production of specific sounds & sound patterns

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Motor Speech

planning & coordination
of muscle movement to produce clear speech

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Speech Fluency

stuttering, word retrieval, verbal organization

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listening & understanding, natural language acquisition
& gestalt language processing, vocabulary, sentence grammar, narrative skills

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Augmentative Communication

support for non-oral communication, picture symbols, communication boards, voice output communication devices

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Social Thinking & Communication

functional communication, awareness of emotions in self & others, matching words & body language to situation, play skills & use of imagination

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Feeding & Swallowing

sensory & motor skills for breastfeeding/bottle feeding, enjoying the experience of eating a variety of foods

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Academic & Vocational Skills

reading, writing, spelling, executive function, study skills, self advocacy

Skills at Every Stage of Life

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cooing & babbling

early responses

nursing & feeding


first words

Toddler playing with wooden toys


social interaction

play skills

listening & responding

questions & sentences

speech fluency

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School Age

speaking & listening

academic language

classroom skills

literacy skills

problem solving

Teen at computer


academic skills

vocational readiness

higher level language

peer communication

community integration

Adult with down syndrome and older adult caregiver


ongoing support for adults with unique communication needs

augmentative communication

speech fluency

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