(NNCNOW.com) --- A clinic in Duluth is making a difference for children across the Northland struggling with language disorders.
Therapists at the Scottish Rite Clinic work with children up to nine years of age whose language skills are delayed due to hearing impairment, birth defects and Autism.
Four year old Lena is autistic.
Thanks to the work done here she is beginning to communicate with her family.
He grandmother Cathy says it is just wonderful to hear a voice coming out of her mouth.
The clinic is funded by the Scottish Rite Foundation and several other local foundations.
Most families qualify for free services.