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Pediatric Speech Therapy Services

Sweet Talk Speech Therapy offers a variety of services for your family in your home or through teletherapy:

Free Consultations

Let's chat! ​Schedule a free consultation today so we can discuss your concerns and decide whether or not a speech therapy evaluation is warranted.


Evaluations are scheduled within two-three weeks of the initial consultation. We'll use various assessment tools to determine the presence or absence of a speech, language, or fluency disorder. 


We provide individualized, 1:1 therapy programs with your child's specific needs and goals in mind. We make it easy for families to receive the help they need by traveling to their homes.  

Caregiver Training

We understand the importance of educating our clients' caregivers and providing additional home exercise programs to help your children improve and maintain skills beyond therapy sessions.​

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A Speech Therapy evaluation is recommended if your

loved one has difficulty with any of the following:

  • Articulation

Your child may have difficulty saying a certain sound or words. For example, saying "wain" for "rain" or "fink" for "think". 

  • Phonology

Your child may have difficulty with patterns of sounds, such as leaving off the beginning or ending sounds in words. For example, saying "ca" for "cat" or "si" for "sit". 


  • Fluency/Stuttering

Your child might be repeating parts of words, whole words, or phrases. He or she might appear to be struggling to get words out. For example, "I-I-I see a cat." or "Let's go, let's go, let's go to the store."

  • Receptive Language

Your child may have difficulty understanding language. For example, following directions, answering questions appropriately, or understanding what certain words mean might be difficult for them.

  • Expressive Language

Your child might have difficulty using language. He or she might not be saying many words, could be having difficulty with putting words together in the right form or order (grammar), or knowing the appropriate names for things (vocabulary). 

How do I know if my child needs speech therapy?

"Not only is Carley amazing with the kids, she is so comforting and takes time at the end of each session to answer questions and provide encouragement. If you are thinking about speech therapy for your child, you NEED to meet with Carley!"

-Patient's Mother

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