We build better communication skills through assessment and  one-on-one speech therapy at your home or child’s school.

We build better communication skills through assessment and  one-on-one speech therapy at your home or child’s school.

Pediatric Speech Therapy Services

Speech Therapy for Toddlers

It’s not uncommon for toddlers to be “late talkers” or experience a delay in their language skills. When treated early, most children graduate from therapy and avoid the academic and social consequences associated with an untreated communication disorder.

We want to see your child flourish just as much as you do! Resolving issues early is most helpful in getting your child back on track with their peers. With families of toddlers, we make a special effort to educate and train parents and caregivers to support their child’s early communication development. 

Speech Therapy for Preschoolers


Some preschoolers have difficulty understanding what is said to them or expressing their ideas. They may be difficult to understand when they do speak. Many parents choose to address speech and language concerns during the preschool years.

Therapy with preschoolers is creative, engaging, and tailored to the child’s interests and abilities. Our preschool age clients often greet us at the door, eager to see what books, toys, or games we will incorporate during their session. 

Speech Therapy for School-Aged Children

Sometimes families come to us when a difficulty with articulation, language comprehension or expression, letter-sound awareness (crucial to reading), or social skills begins to affect life in and outside of the classroom.

Our team of therapists has witnessed the miraculous potential children have to succeed at home and at school when they receive personalized support from a licensed Speech Language Pathologist.

Our Speech Therapists are Trained to Help Children with:

Autism  .  Articulation Delays  .  Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC)  .  Brain Injury  .  Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)  .  Chromosomal Abnormalities . Down Syndrome  .  Genetic Syndromes  .  Intellectual Disability  .  Language Delay .  Late Talking  .  Oral-Motor Disorders  .  Phonological Disorder  .  Receptive/Expressive Language Disorders  .  Stuttering  .  Social Communication Disorder

We want parents to know a few things…

You have not failed as a parent.

If your child is experiencing a delay or disorder with their speech or language, your child is not broken. There is hope to get them back on track to their highest ability.

You are doing the right thing.

Determining whether your child needs support is the best thing you can do if you are questioning their development.

Not just severe disorders.

Children with mild to moderate speech and language delays need support, too. We are passionate about identifying and supporting children who may otherwise slip under the radar.

Often no long-lasting effects.

Many children recover from their speech or language problem and don’t have long-lasting effects of speech or language delay.

For children with complex needs…

Speech therapy can vastly improve their ability to connect with the world around them.

Would your child benefit from Speech Therapy?

Contact us to learn more and to connect with a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP).

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