Speech Therapy from Neuro Therapeutic Pediatric Therapies, Inc.

Pediatric speech therapy is a skilled intervention used to help children communicate. It focuses on developing any and all skills necessary to express and comprehend communicative messages in all areas of a child’s world.

Our belief is that speech therapy should be a fun and engaging experience which leads each child to become an active participant in the process. It is important that as a child develops the skills to become confident communicators, they see communication as a useful and enjoyable activity.

  • Our Speech-Language Pathologists are licensed in Oregon and certified by the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ASHA) to assess, diagnose, and treat children with communication disorders.
  • Using innovative, evidence-based intervention strategies, treatment sessions are tailored to fit the specific needs of each individual child by taking into consideration their unique difficulties, strengths, and motivations.

What does speech therapy help with?


  • Engagement—Eye contact, shared attention, reciprocal interactions
  • Non-Verbal Communication—Body language/proximity, gestures, intonation
  • Social Skills—Turn taking, inferencing, being flexible, perspective taking, play skills


  • Receptive Language—Identifying items/actions/descriptions, comprehending correct grammar, understanding directions/sentences/stories

  • Expressive Language—Labeling items/actions/descriptions, using correct grammar, telling accurate directions/sentences/stories


  • Articulation—The production of accurate/ clear speech sounds

  • Oral Motor Abilities—The execution of oral movements needed for speech or chewing food

  • Voice—Volume control, strain/tension

  • Fluency—Stuttering, breath support, smooth consistent speech rate

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Yes!  We can schedule and provide an AAC Assessment and provide recommendations for communication needs. 

Communication is one of the most important abilities for a child. Foundational communication skills are necessary for understanding our environment, expressing basic wants and ideas, explorative play, and continued development. When a child learns to communicate, the advanced skills of learning, problem solving, and making friends can thrive.

At Neurotherapeutic Pediatric Therapies, we specialize in treating children and young adults with a variety of communication and developmental disorders including but not limited to:

  • Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders
  • Motor Speech Disorder
  • Phonological Disorder
  • Articulation Disorder
  • Fluency Disorders (Stuttering, Cluttering)
  • Voice Disorders
  • Social and Pragmatic Language Disorders
  • Developmental Delays
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders (Autism/Aspergers/Pervasive Developmental Disorders)
  • Down Syndrome
  • Traumatic Injuries (Brain, Spinal Cord, Hand)
  • Neurological Disorders