Speech and Language Evaluation

A speech and language evaluation uses a variety of measures to assess the fundamental skills necessary to produce and comprehend language. The information from this testing is then used to determine each child’s areas of strength and relative weakness within their communication profile and to provide detailed recommendations on the focus, intensity, and structure of speech and language intervention.  Areas assessed may include vocabulary, semantics, morphology, syntax, social skills, play skills, speech production, auditory processing, and higher-level language.