Washington DC Metro Area Speech and Language Therapy Services
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Speech and Language Therapy
Your child becomes a more confident and happier version of themselves, while they learn new speech and language skills that will help them communicate better. We schedule therapy according to your child’s needs, usually one appointment per week. SpeechKids therapists are experienced in helping your child improve their communication in a supportive, child-centered way. They’ll also show you how to do the same when they’re not there! Contact us today.
Sometimes, picky eaters need a little feeding therapy to become more adventurous eaters. Our therapists can help reduce stress at mealtimes and teach your picky eater some “tricks” for overcoming their food restrictions. Contact us today.
If you’re not sure whether your child needs a full evaluation, we can come to your home or your child’s school for a consultation. We can also do an online appointment. We’ll spend about an hour with you and your child, write a report with follow up strategies, and meet with you (and your child’s teachers if you want) to talk about it. Contact us today.
We do evaluations in your DC metro area home or your child’s school. We use both formal and informal measures to tell us what’s going on with your child. You get a report with evaluation results, recommendations and strategies, and sample speech and language goals, if needed. We’ll also meet with you to talk about the report and next steps. Contact us today.
We offer online group coaching for parents and caregivers who want to create a supportive, language rich environment where their children can thrive. Classes are designed to give you the tools you need to reduce frustration (yours and your child’s) and increase communication and enjoyment. Contact us today.
Toddler Talk (Online Parenting Program)
This course is for parents of 12-36 month olds who:
- want to have more fun enjoying their child rather than struggling with them
- want to help their toddler learn to communicate more easily
- worry about their child’s development