Phone Consultation

FREE 20 Minute Phone Consultation

If you have questions and would like to discuss your concerns, please set up a FREE 20-minute phone call to see if private speech and language therapy is right for your child.

Child Assessment

Speech and Language Assessment

Based on your concerns, an initial assessment will be completed to evaluate your child’s communication skills. This includes an informal assessment and a review of your child’s developmental history to determine your child’s strengths and weaknesses. This guides the development of goals that are functional, meaningful, and individualized to your child.
If you have recently received an evaluation from another provider, an assessment may not be necessary. 

Children Speech therapy

Speech and Language Therapy

After evaluating your child's communication skills, a unique therapy plan will be created using the goals that we establish together.
Sessions are individualized to your child's goals and interests. Goals are updated as progress is made.
The frequency and length of the therapy sessions will depend on the specific needs of your child and your family.
Suggestions and activities for home practice will be provided during the last 5-15 minutes of the session.
As much as possible, therapy will be play-based to encourage participation and motivation. Families are encouraged to participate and practice strategies during therapy sessions. 

Session Types

At Home

Therapy can take place in the comfort of your own home. Necessary COVID-19 precautions will be followed.


Therapy can be delivered over a secure online platform from your computer or tablet. 

Home Office

Therapy can take place in the presence of a home office. 
Necessary COVID-19 precautions will be followed.

Assessment and Therapy Areas
Speech Sounds/ Articulation

Speech refers to the process of creating sounds, words, phrases, and sentences. Difficulty with speech production impacts how well your child is understood by others.


Fluency refers to the ability to speak smoothly using an appropriate rate of speech. Stuttering interrupts the flow of speech through: prolongations of sounds, blocks, repetitions of sounds, syllables, words, and/or blocks. 

Receptive Language

Receptive language refers to the ability to understand language such as following directions, basic concepts, responding to questions, and vocabulary.  

Expressive Language

Expressive language refers to the ability to communicate with others using gestures and facial expressions, along with combining words together and using correct grammar. 


Literacy refers to the processes of reading and writing. It involves many skills such as phonological awareness, phonics, vocabulary, reading fluency, reading comprehension, and writing. 

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

AAC refers to all forms of communication other than verbal speech and it includes low-tech and high-tech options. AAC can help reduce frustration, increase social interactions, and assist with communication breakdowns. 

Phone: 306-612-3344

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