You feel like you’ve tried everything.
your child can find their voice here.

Speech Therapy

Child is not talking
Child is hard to understand
Child might have a language disorder

Occupational Therapy

Child has difficulty with completing tasks
Child is a picky eater
Child may have fine motor and gross motor delays

NOW SERVING PASCO AND PINELLAS COUNTIES!

We now have offices in Port Richey and Clearwater to serve you.

5647 Gulf Dr, Port Richey, FL 34652 & 1700 N. McMullen Booth Rd Suite D-4
Clearwater, FL 33759

LATEST BLOG POSTS

5 Ways you Can Get Your Toddler to Talk More

5 Ways you Can Get Your Toddler to Talk More

Here are some speech and language therapy techniques that you can use at home to get your toddler to talk more. 1. Get them around other children their age or slightly older. My son goes to an in home daycare where he is the youngest. He started at 7 months and now he...

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What are the early signs of Autism

What are the early signs of Autism

It is scary when your toddler is not saying many words. Many times during initial speech and language evaluations parents will ask me if I think their child may have Autism. Unfortunately, as speech-language pathologists, we cannot diagnose Autism. We can just tell...

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What is Occupational Therapy?

What is Occupational Therapy?

Most people hear occupational therapy and they think it’s helping people get jobs. Then you say pediatric occupational therapy and then they are really confused. So what exactly is occupational therapy and how can it help my child? Occupational therapy helps people...

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What is AAC and will it help my child?

What is AAC and will it help my child?

AAC stands for Augmentative Alternative Communication. It is an alternative way to communicate without words. It can include gestures, sign language, picture exchange, and communication devices. If your child is over the age of two and is not talking or very...

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