Pediatric Language Disorders

Speech-language pathologists play a central role in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of infants and children with expressive and receptive language disorders. The clinic offers language therapy to children with varying diagnoses and behaviors:

  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC)
  • Developmental delay
  • Receptive and expressive language disorder
  • Pragmatic language disorder


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Treatment Options


  • Individualized service plans created in close consultation with families to help children uncover and strengthen skills, allowing them to function to the best of their abilities
  • Behavioral interventions and sensory integration techniques, as needed, while providing speech-language therapy
  • Complete speech-language evaluations, including AAC assessments, for both verbal and nonverbal children as young as six months 
  • Services for adults with cognitive impairments
  • Specialized treatment for clients with sensory, oral aversion and oral motor disorders focused on improving food quality and quantity intake


Clinicians in This Area

Jodi N. Kumar

Clinical Supervisor, Adjunct Faculty