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Speech therapy Articulation Apraxia


Communication First

Here at Circle Creek Therapy, we believe everything starts with communication, and empowering clients to be better communicators is our focus. We specialize in speech, language, fluency, and cognitive therapy for clients of all ages. Using a variety of techniques, including orofacial myofunctional therapy and PROMPT, we build individualized plans, incorporating technology, games, and practical activities.


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  • Articulation delays and disorders

  • Apraxia of speech

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Brain injury and concussion

  • Chromosomal disorders

  • Language delays and disorders

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Pre-literacy and literacy difficulties

  • Social skill delays

  • Stroke

  • Stuttering

  • Voice Disorders

  • Picky eaters and feeding disorders

"The key to realizing a dream is to focus not on success but significance, and then even the small steps and little victories along your path will take on greater meaning."

Oprah Winfrey


Speech sound production, or articulation, errors can severely impact a person’s ability to communicate and make themselves understood. Articulation therapy may be appropriate for clients of any age and with many different diagnoses, including articulation delay, apraxia, and dysarthria.


There are two different types of language, expressive and receptive. Expressive language refers to a person’s ability to express themselves, make requests, and communicate wants and needs, as well as appropriately use grammar. Receptive language refers to a person’s ability to understand language, learn, and follow directions.


Stuttering can affect people of all ages and can be characterized by repetitions of words and syllables, prolongations, blocks, and other secondary behaviors. We teach our clients skills to help improve their speech fluency and coach families to help support their loved ones.


Cognitive-communication difficulties can include disruptions in verbal and nonverbal communication, including listening, speaking, gesturing, reading, and writing in the form, function, and use of language.


If you’re tired of repeating yourself so that people can understand you, we can help you modify or reduce your accent to increase your intelligibility and English fluency. We provide voice coaching and education regarding care, quality, projection, pronunciation, rate, and tempo.


Do you have a picky eater or have difficulty eating and swallowing food? Does your child gag with specific textured foods or avoid food altogether?  Our feeding therapists are here to help!

These are just examples of what we do at Circle Creek Therapy.

We also provide services for social skills, aural rehabilitation, and more.

Please contact us for more information!



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