Pediatric Speech-Language & Feeding Therapy
Serving Boulder-Denver Communities
Cathy Lauderbaugh, M.A., CCC-SLP, offers speech-language & feeding therapy services that support a variety of communication and developmental needs:
Feeding Challenges and Oral-Motor Concerns
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Expressive & Receptive Language
Articulation & Phonological Processing
Social Language (Pragmatics)
Behavior and Play skills
Learning (Cognitive) Skills -- attention, memory, problem-solving
Sensory Awareness & Processing, as related to speech, language, and feeding skills
Cathy supports the child's speech and language development by integrating goals from other areas, such as occupational, physical, and behavior therapies, into her sessions. Cathy's experience with feeding challenges includes extensive oral-motor training from a variety of approaches, as well as the SOS Approach to Feeding. Feeding Therapy is offered for infants, toddlers, and young children. Read more About Cathy Lauderbaugh here (bottom of the About Page).
Birth - Three Years
Family's Home and Community Settings, including Equine-Assisted Therapy and through the use of Hippotherapy.
Private Speech Therapy and Feeding Therapy through Creative Strategies, or through Imagine! (Boulder County Early Intervention Services)
Preschool & School-Aged
3 yrs-old to 10-yrs old
Private Speech Therapy in Family's Home
in a Clinic/Office Setting in South Boulder
in Community Settings, including equine-assisted environments and hippotherapy.
Social Skills Programs (next available: Social Skills Program June 2019 at Medicine Horse Program).
Some children may benefit from the movement of the horse during speech and language therapy sessions
Please visit the Boulder and Lafayette Hippotherapy Page for more information about hippotherapy as a treatment strategy.
Cathy Lauderbaugh offers Classes to Parents, and to Teachers/Early Childhood Professionals. Topics cover communication and feeding developmental milestones, and strategies to support: talking and eating, family dynamics, and learning skills (such as play and behavior).
Classes focus on integrating strategies into daily routines of home, school, or other settings. Contact Cathy or visit the Classes for Parents and Professionals Page for information on how to set up a class for a group of professionals or a group of parents/caregivers.