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The Speech House
Where every child can feel at home.
Our mission is to provide the latest evidence-based treatment strategies in therapy using a play-based, fun, and child-centered approach that maximizes each child's potential. We build up a child's self-esteem and strive to be partners with each family to promote growth and overall communication.
Please note that we have out of network benefits with almost all insurance companies.
Cash Pay Prices
Culinary Health Fund
Speech Evaluation $250
Feeding Evaluation $250
AAC Evaluation $250
30 Minute Speech Therapy $125
30 Minute Feeding Therapy $125
What do we do?
Speech and Feeding Therapies
The Speech House works with children who have developmental disabilities, primarily Apraxia, Autism, and Speech and Language Delay. We can assess and treat pediatric feeding disorders, oro-facial myofunctional disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), phonological impairment, articulation disorders, receptive and expressive language impairment, Autism, hearing impairment, pragmatic language, play development, and Augmentative & Alternative Communication. All staff is trained in the “S.O.S Approach to Feeding”.
Pediatric Occupational Therapists work with children to try to find where delays or limitations are coming from in the areas of fine motor skills, cognitive skills, social development, and self-care across all areas of daily living activities. These skills lead to children being able to grow into healthy, well-functioning adults. Pediatric occupational therapists typically obtain master’s and doctoral degrees to work with children of all ages – from infants to teenagers.
Children see occupational therapists for a variety of reasons including:
● Delays in fine motor skills
● Help developing visual motor skills – tracking an object, hand-eye coordination
● Cognitive delays including problem-solving skills, memory, and attention
● Children with sensory integration skills and/or sensory processing deficits
● Delays in play and social interaction skills
● Help with learning basic self-care tasks, such as getting dressed, toileting,
meal preparation, and washing self.
A Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant will conduct most treatment sessions. A COTA works under the direction of a licensed and certified Occupational Therapist, OT.
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