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Speech Therapy

speech - language - AAC - feeding

Speech Therapy is one of the multidisciplinary offerings for our enrolled learners! 

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder will demonstrate a wide range of abilities in language and cognition across the spectrum. Not all of our enrolled learners may need speech therapy services, but research suggests that approximately 40 - 70% of children with ASD would benefit! (1)


We offer speech therapy services in-Center because we know that collaboration is key, and having experts in communication AND behavior help implement the most effective practices. (2)

(1) Cui M, Ni Q, Wang Q. Review of intervention methods for language and communication disorders in children with autism spectrum disorders. PeerJ. 2023 Aug 9;11:e15735. doi: 10.7717/peerj.15735. PMID: 37576502; PMCID: PMC10422951.

(2) Hume, K., Steinbrenner, J. R., Odom, S. L., Morin, K. L., Nowell, S. W., Tomaszewski, B., Szendrey, S., McIntyre, N. S., Yücesoy-Özkan, S., & Savage, M. N. (2021). Evidence-based practices for children, youth, and young adults with autism: Third generation review. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 51(11), 4013–4032.

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What is an SLP?

A Speech Language Pathologist, also called an SLP, is a professional specializing in communication! SLPs may treat many different kinds of communication or feeding difficulties. 

At TAG, our SLP... 

  • Identifies communication disorders

  • Carries out treatment of communication disorders

  • Collaborates with BCBAs to target communication skills

  • Collaborates with a multidisciplinary team to identify and treat feeding disorders

  • Educates parents: coming alongside parents with education, information, and tools to help them better understand their child's strengths and challenges so they can support their communication growth

  • Educates staff: training TAG staff on the basics of communication development and speech therapy interventions so they can begin fostering speech and language development with the learners they work with on a daily basis

  • Advocates for all children with  communication disorders amongst other professionals and in the surrounding community.

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