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About Lincoln Speech Therapy in Lincoln County
Lincoln Speech Services has been providing therapy services in Lincolnton and surrounding areas since 2015. Our experienced clinicians provide therapy services for children in a variety of settings including the home, daycare, preschool programs, or on-site in our clinic. Our services include a comprehensive evaluation and the development of an individualized treatment program. Our treatment programs utilize engaging and motivating activities which are specifically designed to focus on targeted speech and/or language skills.
Whether you’re looking for additional speech therapy to supplement what your child is receiving through the schools or you would like for your child to be evaluated because you are concerned about their speech/language skills, Lincoln Speech Services is the service for you!
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“Did You Know”
Here are some facts to learn more…
Here are some facts to learn more…
Expressive vocabulary delays at 24 months of age increase children’s risk for later speech/language services. (Morgan et al., 2016)
Children with speech and/or language impairments typically display lower reading, mathematics, and behavioral functioning at both the start of kindergarten and throughout elementary school (Harrison, McLeod, Berthelsen, & Walker, 2009; McCormack, Harrison, McLeod, & McAllister, 2011; Morgan, Farkas, Hillemeier, & Maczuga, 2012).
Early intervention enhances the development of children at biological risk for developmental delay(Resnick et al. 1987).
The prevalence of speech sound disorders in young children is 8 to 9 %. By the first grade, roughly 5 percent of children have noticeable speech disorders; the majority of these speech disorders have no known cause. (NIDCD, 2015).
Research suggests that the first 6 months of life are the most crucial to a child’s development of language skills. For a person to become fully competent in any language, exposure must begin as early as possible, preferably before school age. (NIDCD, 2015)
The 6-year-old child typically has a 2,600 word expressive vocabulary (words he or she says), and a receptive vocabulary (words he or she understands) of 20,000–24,000 words. (asha.org)
Approximately 5% of people will stutter during some part of their lives (Mansson, 2000).
There are feeding difficulties identified in 40.6% of all infants born 34-36 weeks:
- 61% of infants at 34 weeks
- 42% of infants at 35 weeks
- 35% of infants at 36 weeks
- Latching and poor effort predominant concerns.(Feeding FUNdamentals; Medoff-Cooper, et al., 2012)
What Clients Say
Best speech therapy!!! I recommend 100% , they care about your child. My son has made a lot of progress! ❤
Lawson is an amazing teacher! Her sessions are so kid-friendly and educational! She offers a very flexible schedule and is dedicated to offering an individual learning experience with each session! Highly recommend!! You won’t be disappointed with the results!
Amazing group of women. They make my daughter feel so comfortable, and can always offer advice. My daughter speech has improved so much. They truly care about their patient’s and it shows.
My personal experience with Lincoln Speech Services has been great! They’re caring, very clean, and have
excellent staff! Also they are willing to work with a schedule that fits your needs. My son love’s going. I
Best speech therapist ever… My son looks forward to going every week…
Speech Therapy For Children In Lincolnton, NC
Lincoln Speech Services are located at 1220 N. Flint St. in Lincolnton, North Carolina. You can call us at 704-240-8950. We are open Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM. You can also find us on Yelp and Manta.
When leaving Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) turn left onto US-74 W and follow that for about a mile. Then turn left onto the ramp to interstate 485 Inner N. Keep left and merge onto I-85 S and stay on that for twelve and a half miles. Next, take exit 17 and turn left onto US-321 N drive for fourteen miles. Take exit 24 for NC-27. Keep right at the fork, and follow signs for Historic Downtown Lincolnton and merge onto NC-150 W, after a mile continue onto NC-150 W. Turn right onto North Flint St after a mile our office will be on your right.