Individualized speech-language treatment sessions may address speech sound skills and/or receptive-expressive language skills. Treatment sessions vary in frequency, intensity, and duration based upon the results of the speech-language evaluation and recommended treatment plan to address the primary areas of concern. Objectives of treatment may include improved engagement and interaction, play skills, understanding of concepts, use of language to communicate, or clarity of speech sounds. Speech-language therapy sessions are generally 30-45 minutes in length depending on the age of the child, the goals being addressed, and the needs of the child. Caregivers are present and involved in the treatment plan. The clinician implements direct treatment strategies to improve speech and/or language skills and provides the caregiver with written and verbal home programming recommendations to improve success.