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At Fox Therapy Services we are dedicated to working with our little foxes to help them become confident communicators.  We are passionate about what we do as speech therapists and strive to make therapy sessions effective, interactive and fun!  Our purpose is to provide research-based treatment and to always abide by professional ethical standards.

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Articulation Disorder

An articulation disorder involves problems making sounds. Sounds can be substituted, left off, added or changed making it hard for people to understand the speaker. Your child may have an articulation disorder if the sound errors continue past the expected age of development.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

A child with ASD will have difficulties with language, social skills and communication development. Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) CAS is a motor speech disorder.

Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is a motor speech disorder. Kids with CAS have a difficult time saying words, syllables, and sounds. This is due to the brain having problems with planning to move the body parts that are necessary for speech (e.g. jaw, lips, and tongue) and not a result of muscle weakness.

Developmental Delays

This is present when a child is not meeting his or her developmental milestones in the expected time period.

Expressive Language Disorder

Difficulties with verbally communicating thoughts and ideas.

Late Talkers

A late-talker is a toddler that is delayed in vocabulary growth and expressive language.

Myofunctional Therapy

Myofunctional therapy works to correct the improper function of the facial and oral muscles.

Phonological Disorder

A phonological disorder is present when a child uses incorrect speech patterns by making errors on sound patterns or sound blends.

Receptive Language Disorder

A child with a receptive language disorder has trouble understanding what is being said to them.

Social Communication Disorder

A person who has this will have difficulty with social language and communication skills.

Stuttering

Stuttering impacts the fluency of speech.

And more!

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Articulation Disorder

An articulation disorder involves problems making sounds. Sounds can be substituted, left off, added or changed making it hard for people to understand the speaker. Your child may have an articulation disorder if the sound errors continue past the expected age of development.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

A child with ASD will have difficulties with language, social skills and communication development. Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) CAS is a motor speech disorder.

Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is a motor speech disorder. Kids with CAS have a difficult time saying words, syllables, and sounds. This is due to the brain having problems with planning to move the body parts that are necessary for speech (e.g. jaw, lips, and tongue) and not a result of muscle weakness.

Developmental Delays

This is present when a child is not meeting his or her developmental milestones in the expected time period.

Expressive Language Disorder

Difficulties with verbally communicating thoughts and ideas.

Late Talkers

A late-talker is a toddler that is delayed in vocabulary growth and expressive language.

Myofunctional Therapy

Myofunctional therapy works to correct the improper function of the facial and oral muscles.

Phonological Disorder

A phonological disorder is present when a child uses incorrect speech patterns by making errors on sound patterns or sound blends.

Receptive Language Disorder

A child with a receptive language disorder has trouble understanding what is being said to them.

Social Communication Disorder

A person who has this will have difficulty with social language and communication skills.

Stuttering

Stuttering impacts the fluency of speech.

And more!

Call us Today!

Call Now

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