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Who We


Every Voice Needs

To Be Heard

Conditions and Difficulties we TreaT

  • ADD

  • ADHD

  • Apraxia

  • Articulation Disorders

  • Oral Motor Deficits

  • Tongue Thrust

  • Phonological Disorders

  • Auditory Processing Disorders

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Cleft Palate

  • Down Syndrome

  • Fluency Disorders

  • Hearing Impairment

  • Receptive Language Disorders

  • Expressive Language Disorders

  • Learning Disorders

  • Nonverbal Learning Disability

  • Executive Functioning Disorders

  • Pragmatic Language Disorders

  • Social Skills

  • Selective Mutism

  • Daily Living Skills

  • Cognitive Skills

  • Feeding Difficulties

  • Picky Eaters

Babies and Toddlers

We start seeing clients as young as eighteen months of age. At this point in your child's development, he/she should have at least a small repertoire of single words, following basic directions, and exhibiting social engagement and reciprocity. If you are seeing your child fall behind on these milestones  or if he/she has difficulty or is frustrated at being unable to explain what he wants, it is always recommended to seek a Speech and Language Pathologist immediately. Very often a parent’s instincts are correct so if you feel your child may need speech therapy, please call us and schedule a comprehensive speech evaluation.


Transitioning into school and a new environmental setting can be a difficult change for our clients and their families. We at MJ Kidz understand developmental milestones and educational expectations and help our families navigate that process. Additionally, we provide school based consultations, attendance of educational meetings, trainings, and school observations to ensure generalization and consistency across environments.


As children progress to adolescence, our MJ Kidz family continue to grow and address all needs as the context and complexity of demands increase for our clients and their families. We work outside and educational professionals to ensure functional daily skills are being addressed.  Executive functioning difficulties and navigating the nuances of the social world can become increasingly apparent at this time. Participation in our individual or group services to address social and executive functioning difficulties can be highly beneficial to remediate those difficulties.


While treating children was our primary goal, we are thrilled to expand to the adult population. This may include rehabilitative services needed following stroke, TBI, concussions, neuromuscular conditions etc. It may also include adults  with augmentative and alternative concerns (AAC) needs, social pragmatic deficits, executive functioning deficits, fluency disorders, voice disorders, and auditory processing concerns. We address memory and recall difficulties, aphasia, apraxia, and dysphagia as well.

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