Children build on their language skills with a focus on foundational literacy skills needed for communication, reading, and writing skills. Speech-Language Pathologists are well-practiced in language facilitation strategies, theories of language development, oral-motor development, and progression of speech sounds. They incorporate these strategies into fun and functional activities to ensure each child is generalizing their newly developed skills across multiple environments. When necessary, Augmented and Alternative Communication (AAC) systems can be introduced to facilitate communication, including the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) or speech-generating devices. If a child’s food intake is a concern, our therapists utilize the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach to explore the look, smell, and taste of a variety of different in order to promote acceptance and expand diets.