What is it?

Voice disorders may involve abnormal changes to the pitch, loudness, or quality of your child’s voice. Children with voice disorders may sound hoarse, strained, breathy, abnormally quiet, or may regularly lose their voice entirely.

What does it look like?

Voice therapy with a Speech-Language Pathologist will focus on improving the quality of your child’s voice through exercises and research based strategies. Therapists at Oxford Speech Plus excel in making therapy both educational and enjoyable for your child. If you think your child has a voice disorder, call Oxford Speech Plus to book an assessment or therapy session.

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