We provide a variety of services at Capitol City Speech Therapy. Our facilities include individual treatment rooms for private sessions as well as a sensory gym and play rooms for those patients who need a more active type of environment for success. We are available to provide therapy at local private schools and daycares for on-site services and teacher collaboration. Capital City Speech Therapy also offers teletherapy service. Click here to learn more about the benefits of teletherapy services.
Our therapists have training in the following skilled interventions, among others. Please call us to find out more information about starting therapy.
AAC low tech and high tech
Picture Exchange (PECs)
Kaufman SL Protocol
Auditory Verbal Approach
Literacy Evaluation and Treatment
Visualizing and Verbalizing
Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (DTTC)
Beckman Oral Motor Protocol
Speech and Language Therapy
Poor Intelligibility or Articulation
Receptive Language and Listening skills
Voice and Resonance Issues
Fluency and Stuttering
Reading and Writing Difficulty
Auditory Verbal Therapy and Hearing Impairment
Difficulty with Memory
Speech and language therapy encompasses a variety of areas related to communication. Our expert therapists will complete a comprehensive initial evaluation to determine strengths and weaknesses for each child as well as begin to identify possible reasons for communication struggles. Our therapists utilize a variety of techniques and involve parents and families in the process through coaching, home programs, or regular updates. If you are a parent and have concerns for your child's speech or language skills, please click here for a free questionnaire about your child's development and contact us if you have concerns.
Feeding Evaluation and Therapy
Limited number of safe foods
Failure to Thrive or Malnutrition
Choking and Gagging food
Feeding and Swallowing therapy is also available for both children and adults. Therapeutic and compensatory strategies and home programs will be used in therapy. Parents may want to refer their child for a feeding evaluation because they have a limited diet or a medical diagnosis that makes feeding difficult. If mealtime is a struggle, come and see us!
Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy
Poor Jaw Alignment
Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders (OMDs) are disorders of the muscles and functions of the face and mouth. OMDs may affect, directly and/or indirectly, breastfeeding, facial skeletal growth and development, chewing, swallowing, speech, occlusion, temporomandibular joint movement, oral hygiene, stability of orthodontic treatment, facial esthetics and more. If your child needs Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy our therapists create an individualized program to help retrain maladaptive patterns of muscle function, and to improve other symptoms
Trouble Talking Loudly
Hoarse or Harsh Quality
Poor Breath Support or Respiratory Problems
Speech therapy is generally helpful in all voice conditions. Voice issues in children can be due to vocal misuse (yelling excessively), medical reasons (like reflux) or other neurological conditions. Assessment in collaboration with your ENT or otolaryngolist will determine the suspected cause of voice problems. Techniques to encourage comfortable voicing are taught to the child. Our therapists also include parents in instruction so that they can help the child practice at home.
Our LSVT Loud trained therapists are also able to provide this treatment for patients who might benefit, commonly children with CP or Down Syndrome.
Community Based Rehabilitative Services (CBRS)
One of the best ways for children to learn is through play. Through Community Based Rehabilitative Services (CBRS) a child is guided through developmental milestones by a Child Development Specialist (CDS). A CDS is a generalist with the ability to work on all areas of development, including but not limited to: communication, motor skills, self-help skills, social skills and cognitive skills. CBRS targets children birth to 3 years of age who are enrolled in the Early Intervention program, with the intention of helping them reach their full potential. This is achieved through working closely with parents and caregivers on their personal goals for the family.
Understanding Body Language
By using a group approach, children can enhance their social skills and learn appropriate interactions from each other with the guidance of the SLP in a safe environment. Learning and experiencing new ideas or new foods with peer modeling and practice, is a great way to tackle new skills.
Triple P Parent Training
We are Triple P accredited facility. We are able to provide Triple P services to current patients as part of their treatment plan. We also Level 2 Brief, Level 3 Brief and Level 3 Stepping Stones. Triple P sessions is available for a small fee for parents whose child we do not currently see for Speech Therapy.