• Speech Therapist for kids
    Speech Therapy for Kids
    Articulation, Literacy Skills, Voice Production, Expressive Language.
    Sessions are available during the day and evening hours.
  • speech therapy for kids
    Occupational Therapy
    Helping children to achieve their maximum life skill potentials for becoming more functional and independent adults.

We offer private in-home or in-clinic speech therapy and occupational therapy.

At Speech & Company, we assess and provide private in-home or in-clinic speech therapy (also known as speech-language pathology) and occupational therapy assessment, therapy, consultation and parent training to children of all ages.

Many of our clients are as young as 12 months of age, as early intervention is important for optimal success.  A Speech-Language Pathologist can help by assessing your child to determine if his/her speech and language skills are age appropriate, providing play based intervention, parent strategies and resources.

Each session is tailored to YOUR child’s strengths, needs and interests and carried out in a fun, and motivating way.



  • Articulation/speech sounds/difficulty understanding what your child is saying

  • “Late talker”

  • Special needs (such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Global Developmental Delay, Down Syndrome)

  • Literacy (reading, writing, comprehension, processing)

  • Motor planning/Apraxia

  • Stuttering/fluency

  • Receptive language (difficulty understanding what people say/what he is reading)

  • Expressive language (difficulty expressing/organizing ideas)

  • Social skills/pragmatics

  • Voice/vocal quality/hoarseness

How do I know if my child needs speech therapy?

  • Feeding issues (sensory related concerns, textures, avoidance, over-sensitivity)

  • Adaptive devices related to feeding (help with transitioning to sippy cup or drinking from cup)

  • Fine motor

  • Gross motor (including late walker, hopping, jumping, difficulties with stairs)

  • Visual-motor integration

  • Play skills/ assist with selections of best toys at each stage of development

  • Balance and coordination

  • Writing (pencil grasp, handwriting) (difficulty understanding what people say/what he is reading)

  • Sensory issues related to Autism (ASD)(difficulty expressing/organizing ideas)

  • Fine motor and gross motor associated with global developmental delay

  • Handwriting Without Tears program

How do I know if my child needs occupational therapy?

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