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Speech-Language Pathology Department

"A speech-language pathologist is someone who evaluates, diagnoses, and treats: speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders.”

At NOSHC, we have 10 certified and licensed speech-language pathologists on staff and assistants.


"Los patólogos del habla y el lenguaje ayudan a las personas a desarrollar sus habilidades de comunicación y tratan los desordenes del habla, del lenguaje, y de la voz."*

En NOSHC, nosotros ofrecemos servicios de terapia del habla y lenguaje para los niños. 

Tenemos español-inglés bilingüe patólogos del habla y lenguaje y también tenemos personal de la oficina que hablan inglés y español. *Información de www.asha.org


   How the NOSHC evaluation process works: 

  1. Intake Interview
  2. Hearing Screening
  3. Formal/Informal Testing to rule out the following:
    • Articulation Disorder
    • Fluency Disorder
    • Voice Disorder
    • Expressive and/or Receptive Language Disorder
    • Social Pragmatic Disorder
    • Language Processing Disorder
    • Auditory Processing Deficits 
    • Phonological Awareness Deficits
    • Reading Deficits  
     4.  Formal Written Report 
 
    If your child is recommended for speech and/or language therapy services or intervention we offer:
            Individual Therapy 
            Pair Therapy
            Small Group Therapy 
            Special Programming
 

Evaluación del Habla-Lenguaje 

1) Entrevista de admisión  

2) Examen de auditivo

3) Formal/Informal exámenes  

4) Reporte por escrito 


 
What parents are saying: 

"Thank you to the New Orleans Speech and Hearing Center for helping me see other ways to help my child read more, work with other children, spell and sound out words, learn meanings of words, and mainly how to ask a question." - Henry's parent

"We have seen some progress in areas where she had made no progress at school." -Clare's parent

"You have given me hope and a measure of peace for Gideon’s future." -Gideon's mother

Have more questions about speech language pathology and your child? 
Here are some links to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) website: