Speech Therapy

TherapyWorks provides assessment and treatment for pediatric speech impediments, hearing disorders, and other communication problems in children. Our speech pathologists and occupational therapists have specialized training to provide speech therapy and language therapy to toddlers, preschool, and school-aged children. We provide services for children with language delays and disorders, apraxia, autism, articulation disorders, voice disorders, and stuttering disorders. We offer the most SOS Approach to Feeding therapists in Tulsa.

What we help with

  • Verbal and non-verbal communication skills
  • Speech production
  • Articulation

  • Understanding and expressing language
  • Feeding/swallowing
  • Social skills

“TherapyWorks has been our saving grace. They have helped my son with his eating problems and now he is eating more textures of food and trying new things.”

Teresa, parent

Treatments we offer

Speech and Language therapy at TherapyWorks is provided in collaboration with other therapies to help the child maximize their potential. Speech & Language therapy supports expressive, receptive, play, and cognitive-communication needs.

Children who are not communicating verbally may benefit from an alternative mode of communication. Alternative communication systems can assist children with complex communication needs communicate their wants/needs and build their receptive and expressive skills. A successful alternative communication system can support a child’s ability to make friends, participate in group settings, and develop literacy skills. Some of the tools used by speech and language therapists at TherapyWorks include:

  • Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
  • Voice Output Devices
  • Use of various Tablet communication applications
Meet our Speech Therapists

When to come to us

  • Doesn’t babble or coo a lot and won’t participate in vocal play
  • Child 18-24 months not using words
  • Limited vocabulary
  • Using more gestures than words
  • Regression from using words
  • Disruptive behavior due to inability to express verbally
  • Doesn’t formulate sentences appropriately
  • Cannot effectively communicate a thought
  • Processing issues
  • Bilingual language delays

What to expect

When you bring your child in for their first speech and language therapy appointment, we will take a thorough case history, including medical status, education, socioeconomic, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds, and information.

Our speech pathologists and occupational therapists will also conduct a review of auditory, visual, motor, and cognitive status of your child and look at standardized and/or non-standardized measures of specific aspects of speech, spoken, and non-spoken language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing function.

We will work to identify an effective treatment plan and provide follow-up services to monitor communication and swallowing status and ensure appropriate intervention and support for individuals with identified speech, language, cognitive-communication, and/or swallowing disorders.