kids speech therapy

A boutique-style practice specializing in speech sound disorders, SpeechEase, PLLC provides evidence-based, individualized speech and language services for children 1-18 years old 

Areas  of  treatment  

  • Articulation Disorders

  • Receptive & Expressive Language Disorders

  • Phonological Pattern Disorders

  • Delayed Speech and Language

  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech*

  • Fluency Disorders/ Stuttering

*PROMPT, DTTC, Kaufman and ReST methods



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Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Children's speech and language evaluations
Targeted & Comprehensive Evaluations

SpeechEase, PLLC offers speech and language evaluations conducted by a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist to determine your child's areas of strength and weakness.


This includes a review of your child's medical and social history, formal standardized assessments and informal clinical observations made during the session. You will receive a written report of findings and recommendations.

Children's speech therapy
Individual Speech and Language Therapy

High-quality, evidence-based treatment for speech and language challenges are provided in a one-on-one session targeting your child's specific goals. Frequency and length of sessions are determined by the needs of your child.

*Teletherapy sessions available

Speech and Language Screenings

Unsure if your child would benefit from speech or language therapy?


SpeechEase, PLLC offers free 20-minute individual screenings to determine whether or not your child should have a full speech- language evaluation. 

Childhood Apraxia Of Speech
American Speech Language and Hearing Association

Apraxia is a motor speech disorder that makes it hard for children to speak. It can take a lot of work to learn to say sounds and words better. Speech-language pathologists, or SLPs, can help.​​​


By The PROMPT Institute


PROMPT is an acronym for Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets. The technique is a tactile-kinesthetic approach that uses touch cues to a patient’s articulators (jaw, tongue, lips) to manually guide them through a targeted word, phrase or sentence.

How Does your Child Hear and Talk​

American Speech Language and Hearing Association


Your child starts communicating with you long before he says his first word. Learn more about what your child should do in his first 5 years and how you can help.