Individuals with autism have some of the brightest, most creative, and most interesting minds of anybody you'll meet. However, some simply struggle to verbalize and communicate their thoughts. That's where our Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) step in. Our in-house SLPs work alongside our clinical team to help treat speech and language deficits in children with autism. Speech therapy, when provided in conjunction with ABA, provides our learners with the tools they need to verbalize their thoughts, hold meaningful conversations, and open up their beautiful minds to those around them.