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Voice Care

For individuals who want to achieve a voice more aligned with their authentic identity, gender-affirming voice care is a safe and effective option. Whether you want your voice to sound more masculine, feminine, androgynous, or something else entirely, goals and outcomes will be created from an identity-affirming and person-centered perspective. Individualized care moves beyond binary stereotypes and helps you create a voice that is as unique as you are.

Pediatric Speech & Language Therapy

Pediatric speech and language therapy is provided in a format that children respond to best: play! Speech and language is encouraged and developed through a total communication approach, whether that is through verbal speech, sign language, gestures, or Alternative-Augmentative Communication (AAC). Your child will look forward to attending their therapy sessions, and you will be supported throughout the duration of their time at Loud & Clear Speech Therapy with individualized home programs and personalized support.

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Pediatric Feeding Therapy

For picky eaters and problem feeders, a comprehensive therapy plan will be implemented to explore new foods in a safe and playful way using the Sensory-Oral-Sequential (SOS) Appraoch to Feeding. Families and caregivers will be provided with individualized home program recommendations to carryover skills learned in the therapy room to home to get your child eating healthy and well. 



Two different ways to serve you:

Adult Speech &
Language Therapy

Whether your challenges with speech and language have been with you throughout your life or are recently acquired, Loud & Clear Speech Therapy has the resources to get you communicating. Treatment is evidence-based, functional, and collaborative with each individual to meet goals that are important to YOU. Cade has experience treating Aphasia, Apraxia, Dysarthria, Cognitive Communication Disorders, and Fluency (stuttering), as well as experience working with adults to learn and incorporate Augmentative-Alternative Communication (AAC) devices.

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