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Our Services

Expression Pediatric Therapy, PLLC, is a pediatric speech-language, feeding and occupational therapy clinic located in Dickinson, ND.

At Expression Pediatric Therapy, therapy services are individualized, family-centered and provided with compassion.

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Speech & Language Therapy

Communicating wants and needs. Expressing ideas. Communicating silly jokes to friends. Sometimes kids need assistance finding and using their voices. We work with families to facilitate the development of functional and effective forms of communication for kids to use across environments.

Your child may benefit from an evaluation if you notice:

  • An absence of babbling

  • Difficulty following directions

  • Inability to initiate communication with others

  • Difficulty using spoken language to communicate

  • Difficulty producing various speech sounds

  • Harsh/hoarse vocal quality

  • Difficulty with reading or writing

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Occupational Therapy

Kids are constantly moving, learning, and growing! Sometimes they need a little extra support along the way. Whether it's navigating their feelings, coordinating their little fingers, or managing a world full of sensory input, we're here to help them shine!

Your child may benefit from an evaluation if you notice challenges with:

  • Daily grooming tasks (bathing, tooth or hair brushing, nail clipping, etc.)

  • Fine motor activities such as coloring, cutting, or buttons

  • Sensitivity to touch, taste, sound, or smells

  • Transitions

  • Attention/direction following

  • Frequent meltdowns

  • Playing with peers


Feeding Therapy

Coming together for meals should be a positive experience! We work with families to help foster adventurous eating, support the development of feeding skills, and address sensory challenges so that sitting down for meals is something your family can feel good about. 

Your child may benefit from an evaluation if you notice:

  • Aversion to food tastes or textures

  • Difficulty with breast or bottle feeding

  • Difficulty with the transition to solid foods

  • Poor weight gain

  • Difficulty with sucking, swallowing, or chewing

  • Gagging, coughing, or choking during meals

  • Difficulty with self-feeding

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