A play-based approach to speech therapy for toddlers

Join the 500+ kiddo’s who have experienced 78% improvement in verbal requesting

Making speech
therapy fun for kids

Parents often tell us how much their kiddos love coming to the clinic because we use play-based activities that naturally support their strengths to make speech therapy fun for them.

We take the time to get to know every child we work with, and then we customize our treatment in order to draw on their child’s innate strengths, supporting their developmental progress.

  • Interactive Games
  • Scavenger Hunts
  • Arts & Craft Therapy
  • Play-Based Therapy
  • Educational Toys
  • Movement + Mindfulness
  • Music + Songs
  • Empowering Conversations

Supporting the whole family, because you are your child’s greatest teachers.

Our treatment is designed to not only treat your little one, but also to support your whole family. If you’re the type of parent that wants to be involved and create communication opportunities at home, we’re here to ensure you have the skills and resources to do so.

Focused on Treating Toddlers

Because 90% of their brain is developed by age 3

Step 1

Screenings

In a basic 30-minute screening we assess your child’s strengths and development. Together we will establish goals and a treatment plan, if it is needed.

Step 2

Assessments

Next, we go deeper and establish a detailed baseline of your child’s skills. You will be provided with a comprehensive written report documenting strengths, goals and recommendations for our treatment plan for therapy, as well as opportunities to help your child at home. These assessments are conducted frequently throughout our treatment plans and formally done annually when treatment continues.

Step 3

Therapy

In a basic 30-minute screening we assess your child’s strengths and development. Together we will establish goals and a treatment plan, if it is needed.

CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS OLD

(after 6 months of therapy)

2-3 Word Combinations

55% increase

Requesting (verbally)

78% increase

Vocabulary

69% increase

CHILDREN 5+ YEARS OLD

(after 6 months of therapy)

Formulating Sentences

63% increase

Making Predictions/Inferences

68% increase

Asking Questions

62% increase

Treating your child, not the label they’ve been given.

Labels themselves are not bad: it’s all in how you see it. We believe your late-talker simply sees the world differently than most kids. We see that unique perspective as a gift.

Language Delay
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Autism Spectrum Disorder
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Apraxia
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Speech Sound Disorder
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Stuttering
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Feeding Delays
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Sensory Processing
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Motor Skill Delays
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
And more!

Therapy Offers for Toddlers

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Speech Sound Therapy
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Pediatric Occupational Therapy
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Fluency Therapy
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Language Therapy
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Social Skills Therapy
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Augmentative & Alternative Communication Therapy
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.
Feeding & Swallowing Therapy
A language delay involves understanding and communicating, both verbally and nonverbally. If your child has a language delay they may make the correct sounds and pronounce some words, but they can’t form phrases or sentences that make sense in an age appropriate manner or they may have difficulty understanding language. They may have difficulty understanding and interacting with others. If you suspect your child may have a language delay, reach out to us for a complimentary parent consultation. It’s never too early to support your child’s development.

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