Receptive and Expressive Language—understanding what is said or written, and the ability to communicate wants and needs
Pragmatic Language—use of appropriate communication in social situations
Voice Therapy—focuses on pitch, loudness, rate, and quality of the voice
Auditory Processing—decoding and remembering language presented verbally, in the absence of a hearing delay
Feeding Therapy—the ability to produce adequate sucking, chewing, and lingual movements for breast and bottle feeding, as well as transitioning to solid foods
Articulation/motor speech—the ability to combine sounds and words to produce intelligible speech
PROMPT Therapy—PROMPTS for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets (a multidimensional approach to speech production disorders).