B J M Speech & Language Therapy, Inc.​​
Better Journey Makers Pediatric Therapy

We believe that all children can learn and that early intervention is the key to success. We provide pediatric specialized treatment to children, in an effort to combat the struggles they may face before entering, during their school years, and beyond.

Our mission is to help each child reach his or her full potential, giving them the tools they need to succeed because each child deserves a better journey towards success.

Our vision is to be a global company that helps children discover their full potential, by creating opportunities for success for children and their families, by providing a caring and compassionate staff, and working with global community partners to help children soar, despite their disability. 

  1. Articulation/Phonological Therapy
    Difficulties producing age level sounds/exhibiting patterns of errors of sounds. Characterized by multiple errors in speech sounds, resulting in mild to severe unintelligible speech.
  2. Verbal Apraxia Therapy
    Difficulties performing voluntary movements to produce speech sounds or words. Down Syndrome A genetic disorder causing developmental and intellectual delays.
  3. Receptive/Expressive Language Therapy
    Delay in the understanding of language in what is received "input." Which may including the understanding of words and gestures/delay in the ability to express wants and needs the "output." of language. This includes words, grammar rules that dictate how words are combined into phrases, sentences, and conversational speech.
  4. Stuttering Therapy
    Delay in the fluency of speech, characterized by disruptions in the production of speech sounds, which impedes communication.
  5. Social skills/Pragmatic language Therapy
    Delay in the understanding aspects of language. Children have difficulty with the meaning of what is being said and may exhibit difficulty responding appropriately in different social situations.
  6. Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Delay in social communication, and social interactions, that includes difficulty communicating and interacting with others, restrictive, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, or activities.
  7. Oral Motor/Feeding delays
    Delay in the ability to perform oral motor tasks needed for speaking, and delay in the ability to take food orally.
  8. Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD)
    A developmental disorder occurring primarily in children including such symptoms as poor concentration/ inattention ( distractibility, forgetfulness, or disorganization) or by symptoms of hyperactivity and impulsivity (such as fidgeting, speaking out of turn or restlessness).
  9. Literacy Delays
    A delay in the ability to read, write, and speak critically on knowledge and information received, and in the ability to read with meaning/comprehension.