What Are Some Speech Therapy Options?

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Speech and language services can be provided in a variety of settings.  For children, the two main speech therapy options taken for services are either school based or private speech therapy.  So, what is the difference?

There are obvious differences (e.g. cost, location of service) and differences that are more difficult to understand (e.g. how a child qualifies, length and focus of sessions, individual vs. group sessions).

My colleague, Kaci Muecke, explains it so well in her blog post “Difference Between School-Based and Private Therapy Services”.  Click on the link below to learn more!

http://blog.sociallysoundtherapy.com/

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If you have any questions on what type of therapy might be appropriate for your child, please contact me directly.

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