Baron Therapy Services
Where Therapy Conquers
An experienced, dedicated team of experts will provide specialized therapy tailored to your child’s developmental needs.
A Leader in Child Development and Positive Outcomes
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Evaluation, Diagnosis and Treatment
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“We first heard the word apraxia when our son Joey was 18 months old, little did we know what an impact that word would have on our lives…”
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Therapy is a rewarding journey for you and your child. Baron Therapy’s professionals are here to guide you each step in your journey.
Meet Lisa Baron:
A Speech Pathologist With Experience & Passion
Hi, my name is Lisa Baron, MS, CCC/SLP. I have over 20 years of experience working as a speech-language pathologist and as the Director of a multi-disciplinary team of dedicated and caring therapists. I’ve had the privilege of working with children and young adults of all ages. My areas of specialty include motor speech disorders (apraxia and dysarthria), feeding problems, autism, and language. I also coordinate and follow all aspects of care for patients. I am a strong advocate for children and their families.
I’m passionate about helping children communicate, and develop successfully. I use my knowledge and years of gathered clinical experience to provide the highest level of care possible to all children and their families.
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Learn About Children’s Disorders
It involves consistent patterns of speech errors. For example, when a child consistently drops the last consonant of words, a pattern can be identified (final consonant deletion). Children use patterns, or simplifications of adult speech, while speech is developing....
Dysarthria is diagnosed when a patient presents with weakness of his or her articulators. This problem can affect all aspects of articulation including respiration (breathing) and phonation (use of voice). Sound errors tend to be consistent with dysarthria and the...
What is an Articulation Disorder? An articulation disorder impairs a person's ability to speak clearly. Articulation of speech emerges over time, and is generally imperfect during the early stages of development. This is completely normal. However, some speech sound...