Expressive and Receptive Language Intervention

Expressive and Receptive Language Intervention

Expressive and Receptive Language impairments can be defined as difficulty understanding or talking with others in a variety of settings.  We work to improve overall receptive and expressive language to help your child engage with peers during social interactions and express wants and needs on a daily basis. We use a variety of tools and approaches such as augmentative alternative communication (AAC), social stories, Integrative Listening Systems, Interactive Metronome, and Floortime Therapy to help your child be successful communicators.  The following areas can be targeted through traditional language therapy:

    • Receptive/Expressive Deficiencies
    • Language Delay
    • Oral/Reading Comprehension
    • Literacy (Reading/Writing)
    • Phonological Awareness
    • Reading/Auditory Memory
    • Pragmatic (social) Language
    • Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)