Wendy Britt is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist who currently sees patients from pediatrics through adults with a variety of Speech and Language Impairments. Therapy can take place in your home or in our office at 1905 JN Pease Place, Suite 201 Charlotte, NC 28262.
Areas of Speech & Language Services:
• Articulation: accurate production of speech sounds
• Language: word meanings and relationships, sentence structure and grammatical markings
and social skills during communication
• Phonological Awareness: awareness of sounds and ways to manipulate them
• Auditory Processing: The mental processing of language and auditory stimuli
• Stuttering: Smooth, Fluid Speech
• Augmentative Communication: alternative forms of communication for those who cannot
• Voice Disorders: techniques to treat strained, breathy, hoarse, soft, loud, or nasal voices
Medicaid or private pay
Call us to set up an initial appointment or have your physician fax a doctor’s order to 980-225-0229.
Telephone: Wendy Britt 704-995-6896
Typically, we learn social skills in an intuitive way around 3 to 4 years old. When these skills are not learned naturally, it’s important to teach them cognitively in a nonjudgmental way. What does “listen” actually mean? What are the expectations of “listen”? We are excited to help your child learn new skills and tools that he/she can use at home and at school. We look forward to seeing you in a few weeks! E-mail us with any questions. We love connecting with you! email@example.com You can also find useful information under our Upcoming Events tab on our home page.
Registration for School Age Social Skills Classes August 20th-October 1st
Middle School OTB Group-Fall Semester
Differences Between Social Skills Group and Middle School Group
Who Benefits From Social Skills Classes?
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Typically, when we think of a Speech Language Pathologist, we think of someone who helps children master their “r” sound or “l” sound. Speech-language therapy is so much more than that!
By definition, Speech-language therapy is an area of expertise whereby a speech-language pathologist works to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults (http://asha.org). Speech language therapy can target pragmatic language,which is the social language we use with others. This includes body position, turn taking, and perspective taking. This aspect also helps children with their individual social interactions such as knowing when it is there turn to talk and staying on topic. Speech-language therapy also addresses expressive language (understanding what is being said to you), receptive language (being able to correctly express your thoughts to others), articulation (making correct speech sounds), phonological awareness (understanding and being able to manipulate each sound of the alphabet), and swallowing disorders. This website gives more information about each of these areas: http://www.asha.org/Students/Speech-Language-Pathologists/ This link is a terrific resource for understanding milestones for children: http://www.asha.org/public/speech/development/
Therapy can take place any time of life from pediatrics to geriatrics in a private practice, in your home, a hospital, a school, rehabilitation facilities or long-term care facilitates. Speech Pathologists begin with testing to determine the exact area of needs to address.
I would love to connect with you to give you more information about what speech-language therapy would look like for your child. After evaluating your child’s needs, we will sit down together and go over the results and answer all of your questions. I’ll show you the areas of needs that I can address through speech-language therapy and give you tips for helping your child at home. Not sure if speech-language therapy is what your child needs or have further questions? Please reach out to me and we can schedule a time to talk on the phone to answer all of your questions.
You can contact me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put Speech-language therapy in the subject line. I look forward to talking with you!