Crew Speech & Language Group (CSLG) has been serving children and adults with speech and language needs since 2004. Conveniently located in St. Marys, Georgia. CSLG draws clients throughout the Southeast Georgia and Northeast Florida region.
At CSLG, you and your family will find a warm, friendly staff ready to assist you. Our staff includes ASHA certified and Georgia Licensed Speech-Language Pathologists who are experienced in serving diverse populations including clients with Autism, Apraxia, Down Syndrome, Intellectual Disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, Hearing Impairment, Cleft Palate, Neurological Impairments, Fine Motor delay and Selective Mutism.
Articulation is the production of speech sounds. Although speech sounds develop following a pattern, an articulation disorder is present when sounds are not acquired by the appropriate age or are not present following an illness or injury. Substituting sounds, such as “tup” for “cup”, or speech which is very difficult to understand indicates the possible need for intervention.
Language: Language is the comprehension and expression of ideas through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. A language disorder is an impairment in one or more of these skills. Characteristics include difficulty with: developing vocabulary and grammar, using social language, following directions, solving problems, reading fluently, and writing effectively.
Voice is the production of sound in terms of pitch, loudness, and quality. A disorder is an unusual variation in a person’s voice that calls attention to itself or is painful. Voice disorders may cause hoarseness, tension, breathiness, change in pitch, or the absence of voice. Collaboration with other medical professionals is imperative in providing appropriate treatment of a voice disorder.