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Summer fun: Center plans sessions on speech and language

Interactive Health Therapies, PLLC (IHT) is offering a free speech and language summer camp for Salisbury area children ages 4-8.
The camp will be held at the company’s Salisbury office: 417 N. Main St., Suite F, for those children who qualify. IHT specializes in providing speech therapy services for children in public schools, early- intervention programs and developmental centers.
The camp will be held every week, Monday through Friday, beginning June 18, and continuing through the week of Aug. 6. No camps will be held the weeks of July 2 or July 23. Children will receive speech, language and hearing screenings the first day of camp, and parents will have the opportunity to express any concerns about their child’s speech and language. The camp will be run by nationally certified and state-licensed speech-language pathologists.
Because the camp is offered at no cost to parents, space is extremely limited. For more information about the program, contact LaShawn Tyson, IHT client services manager, at 704-762-9282 or via email at info@ihtherapies.com

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