Atlanta Speech Therapy offers in-person and online therapy. Speech therapy Atlanta
A Family-Centered FUNctionalLife ChangingExceptional Therapeutic Experience
A speech-language pathology private practice offering unmatched service with a significant focus on equity in the health and education of children.
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Why our clients choose us?
Our level of care and knowledge of community resources and educational policy and procedures allows our families to navigate school systems and other agencies with expert insight for positive long-term outcomes.
Evidence-based care with an empathetic, personalized approach for functional therapeutic outcomes.
We collaborate with your family to set actionable and attainable goals with documented, measurable progress.
With significant experience in public schools and government agencies, we are vastly knowledgeable of your child's options in accessing all services for which they are eligible.
Functional and motivating therapeutic intervention through play.
We provide your family with better careresultsservice
By collaborating with your family to set actionable and attainable goals. We regularly track your child’s progress using standardized and criterion-referenced measures for a true picture of your child’s progress.
Now providing online speech therapy!
Access to treatment is no longer limited by your location. Atlanta Speech Therapy offers families access to evaluation, parent coaching, and treatment for children, as young as 18 months of age, throughout the state of Georgia. Services are tailored to each family’s needs.
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School-Based vs Private Therapy
These settings differ in the way a child is determined to be eligible and how services are provided. We’ll explain the differences and how they can collaborate.
Free Preschool for Dev Delays
Children 3 to 5 years old who are demonstrating delays in development may be eligible to receive special education services at your local elementary school.