Early Life Speech & Language
Early Life Speech & Language offers free, individualized speech and language therapy to children ages 2-7 who exhibit communication delays in the Inland Northwest.
Early Life Speech & Language specializes in educating parents, so they can help their children succeed in school and in life. Parents may observe and participate in the therapy.
Early Life Speech & Language provides free, individualized speech assessment and therapy services for children ages 2-7 in the Inland Northwest. Early Life Speech & Language specializes in educating parents so they can help their children succeed, whether their children are enrolled in services a Early Life Speech & Language, on our waiting list, or receiving speech therapy elsewhere in the community.
Early Life Speech & Language is a Scottish Rite Masonic Charity and nonprofit 501(c)3. They receive financial support from individual and organization donations, grants, and fundraisers in our community. More funding results in more children being helped. Families are never charged for services provided. Treatment is based solely on a child's need for help.
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