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Suburban Pediatric Speech and Feeding Consulting is devoted to the entire family. Parents, grandparents, and caregivers are always welcomed and encouraged to attend therapy sessions.

Suburban Pediatric Speech and Feeding Consulting is devoted to the entire family. Parents/grandparents/caregivers are always welcomed and encouraged to attend therapy sessions.


Mission

The VISION of Suburban Pediatric Speech and Feeding Consulting is to offer expertise, skills, talents, hearts and minds to serve children with the highest quality of therapies available.

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About the Practice

Suburban Pediatric Speech and Feeding Consulting is devoted to the entire family. Parents/grandparents/caregivers are always welcomed and encouraged to attend therapy sessions.

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Initiating Service

Karin is licensed by the state of Illinois, and is an accredited member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Karin is also an Early Intervention specialist.

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Welcome to Suburban Pediatric Speech and Feeding Consulting

Suburban Pediatric Speech and Feeding Consulting (SPSFC)is a Naperville-Aurora (and surrounding area) based, private in-home speech-language and feeding therapy practice founded by Karin Sudlow., M.S., CCC-SLP.


Welcome to Suburban Pediatric Speech and Feeding Consulting

Suburban Pediatric Speech and Feeding Consulting (SPSFC)is a Naperville-Aurora (and surrounding area) based, private in-home speech-language and feeding therapy practice founded by Karin Sudlow., M.S., CCC-SLP.

Our Services

Suburban Pediatric Speech and Feeding Consulting specializes in treating children with the following diagnoses:

Autism Spectrum

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to a group of developmental disorders. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIH), ASD includes a wide range, “a spectrum,” of symptoms, skills, and levels of disability.

Apraxia of Speech

A speech-language pathologist who is trained and experienced with CAS can diagnose and treat children with this speech motor programming/planning deficit.

Language Disorder

A speech-language pathologist can use specific tests for diagnosing stuttering, and ruling out normal dysfluency, as well as ruling out other conditions

Developmental Delays

Developmental disabilities are issues that kids don’t outgrow or catch up from, though they can make progress. They aren’t the same as learning disabilities, but they can make learning more difficult.


Oral Motor

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Feeding

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Articulation

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Dysarthria

A speech disorder caused by muscle weakness. It can make it hard for you to talk. People may have trouble understanding what you say. Speech-language pathologists, or SLPs, can help.

How will a speech language pathologist help my child?

An expressive language disorder occurs when a child cannot use gestures, make environmental sounds, say words, put words together, answer questions, tell about an event, tell a story, learn songs and rhymes, or use correct pronouns.

Tips on Feeding

Children who are recommended for feeding therapy usually have difficulty consuming enough calories to adequately sustain nutrition. Some children, especially those with more complex feeding disorders, may choke, gag, cough, or vomit before, during or after eating. Food and liquid refusals are common. Children with feeding disorders are
treated using various approaches.

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Autism Treatment

Having your kid diagnosed with Autism disorder is difficult to comprehend.

Embark with us on a journey to ensure a happy and social future for your child!

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Stuttering Therapy

Most treatment programs are “behavioral.” They are designed to teach the child to speak more fluently, or to modify their stuttering. A mix of both approaches is beneficial for most children who stutter. For older children, stuttering modification tools such as preparatory sets, pull outs and cancellations are often effectively utilized. At SPSFC, both fluency shaping/enhancing and stuttering modification tools are used depending on the individual’s response.

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Free Consultation

Enter your email below if you would like a FREE SPEECH-LANGUAGE OR FEEDING PHONE CONSULT. You may also enter your email if you want to receive SPSFC news and updates regarding services. Please CALL 630-660-6016 to make an appointment!