Our MissionAt Pediatric Speech and Language Center, we strive to provide the highest quality of speech-language services in order to aid each individual child in achieving their communication potential through fun, innovative, and effective therapy techniques.
Did you know that at PSLC, 46% of kids graduate from services in one year or less?! If you are looking for effective, research-based speech or feeding therapy for your child, contact us today for more information, to set-up an initial evaluation, or to schedule a free speech/language or feeding screening. Call 719.377.2523
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- Excessively tired
We at PSLC can’t thank you enough for your sacrifice and service to our country!
Here is an awesome program for those military families who may have dad or mom deployed. United Through Reading
Does your child struggle with distraction in school? Here are some tips that may help!
For over a decade Carol Dweck and her team studied the effects of praise on students. This study involved a series of experiments on over 400 5th graders from all over the country. Watch the results…
It’s that time of year again…Back to School time! Start the year off right with a FREE SPEECH SCREENING. PSLC has several immediate openings, but spots are filling quickly. Call 719.377.2523 today to set up your child’s free screening or to schedule a speech/language evaluation.
Studies show that children who do not read or have access to books during the summer lose up to 2 months of reading performance. Those losses accumulate during the elementary school years so that by the time a child enters middle school he/she may be 2 1/2 years behind! Read on for ideas to help you prevent the Summer Slide!
PSLC has Therapy openings for this summer! Please call 719.377.2523 to schedule a screening or evaluation today!
The more we communicate with each other and interact with the environment, the better our language and ability to communicate becomes. The following are a variety of things that you can do with your child to help them to strengthen their language abilities. Read More….