We partner with families to  provide a highly-effective, individualized therapeutic experience based in play, with consideration of each family’s cultural, linguistic, and social background. Services are available virtually or in-person for children of all ages and abilities.


When a delay or disorder is suspected, an assessment gathers baseline information to compare your child's present levels to expected norms.

Learn about Independent Educational Evaluations.


Your child's individual needs guide speech therapy intervention. Recommended frequency and intensity are based on the results of the evaluation.

Educational Consultation

Accessing school-based intervention via an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) can be a challenge.  Guidance to help you develop a strategy to best advocate for your child is offered. 

Disorders We EvaluateTreat

When errors in pronouncing words result in mistakes in sounds or patterns of sounds persisting past a certain age. Sounds errors are determined as appropriate based the child's age.

Challenges understanding spoken and written information (receptive language disorders) or trouble communicating ideas and questions (expressive language disorders). Many individuals exhibit challenges with both receptive and expressive language simultaneously.

Autism, also known as autism spectrum disorder or ASD, results in social, communication and language problems. These individuals also exhibit restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, or activities, such as flipping objects, echolalia, or excessive smelling or touching of objects are characteristics.

Challenges with spoken language can result in reading and writing difficulties, as spoken language is the foundation for the development of reading. Difficulty in learning to read and write can involve any of the components of language—phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics.

Difficulty moving the muscles needed for speech production due to weakness or reduced coordination. Challenges producing words may or may not correlate with brain injuries and cognitive-linguistic impairments (difficulty understanding or using language).

Problems with ones thinking processes that affect communication, such attention span, memory, reasoning and problem-solving, which can be acquired or developmental.

5 Things You Should Know About Independent Educational Evaluations

Screen Your Toddler's Communication Now

Screener results will be delivered via e-mail.