Every child deserves a voice.
Our highly-trained speech-language pathologists work with children on a wide range of speech and communication issues. We believe the involvement of everyone who cares for your child is an important part of the speech therapy process. We collaborate with parents, caregivers, teachers, pediatricians and other professionals to achieve the best outcomes for your child.
SPEECH & LANGUAGE EVALUATIONS
A recent evaluation is essential prior to the initiation of treatment. Evaluations provide baseline data, establish goals and are used to track progress. During an evaluation the following areas can be assessed: speech, language (receptive and expressive), oral-motor and feeding.
Our therapists work to improve communication and foster relationships with peers. We incorporate movement to keep children engaged and learning and use the renowned Social Thinking curriculum when appropriate.
Little Hands Pediatric Therapy treats children with a wide variety of diagnoses including, but not limited to, developmental delays, receptive and expressive language delays, speech (articulation) delays, dyspraxia, Deafness/hard of hearing, hypotonicity, feeding disorders, autism and Down syndrome.
From picky eaters to problem feeders, Little Hands Pediatric Therapy helps newborns through school-age children learn to eat a variety of tastes and textures. Learn more about our Feeding Therapy approach.
Speech Therapy Services
Comprehensive speech and language evaluation
Evaluation of feeding and oral-motor skills
Articulation and phonology
Early intervention (0-3 years)
Receptive and expressive language therapy
Aural (re)habilitation therapy
Pragmatic/social skills therapy
Sensory-based feeding disorders
Behavioral feeding disorders
Speech therapy evaluation
$150 per hour for testing and written evaluation (billed separately)
Speech therapy in your child’s home or school
$150/50 minute session
Speech therapy teletherapy session
$85/30 minute session
$150/60 minute session
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INSURANCE: Little Hands Pediatric Therapy is often covered by out-of-network benefits. We recommend you call your insurance company to determine what percentage is covered for both in and out-of-network speech therapy. We will provide you with an itemized bill with all necessary information including diagnosis and treatment codes.