Pre-school speech and language

A professor is giving a young toddler speech ad language therapy.

Speech-language professor works with a young toddler.

The University offers services for pre-school children with speech or language needs. Individual and group services are provided upon availability throughout the year. Pre-school services are often a good clinical alternative for young children who do not qualify for services through the county or the school district, but still present with communication delays.

An intensive Language-Based Preschool Program is offered during the summer to address language issues in the context of both individual and group therapy. The program runs 4 days per week, 2 hours per day, for 5 weeks, starting each July. Each child's goals are individualized to address specific needs both in the individual and group portions of the session.

Please see the UB SPEECH summer brochure for further information about summer programming