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Northeast Georgia Speech Center to unveil Sensory Garden at open house
45-year-old service helps children with speech or hearing issues
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Armando Gonzalez, 3, puts his ear to a sound tube as someone talks in the other end Tuesday in the Sensory Garden at the Northeast Georgia Speech Center in Gainesville. The garden give kids an opportunity to experience a variety of sensory input in a nonthreatening way. - photo by Erin O. Smith
Whether your child is on the autism spectrum or just has a slight speech impediment, he or she could be helped by a center right here in Gainesville. The Northeast Georgia Speech Center on Washington Street provides services for children with speech or hearing development issues. It regularly serves children, primarily in preschool, on the autism spectrum or needing help with stuttering, fluency, articulation, cognitive delays or speech difficulties due to cleft palate, cerebral palsy, hearing loss, brain injury and other issues.