Talk Time, Speech Language Therapy provides personalized speech and language services for pediatric patients presenting with simple to complex speech and language based disorders. 

Speech therapy is available for children who experience difficulty in any of the following areas:

  • Language Delays/ Disorders (Receptive and Expressive Language)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder/Pervasive Developmental Disorder/Asperger’s
  • Articulation Delays/Disorders
  • Phonological Disorders
  • Auditory Processing
  • Language, Social and Executive Function issues related to ADD/ADHD
  • Private Early Childhood Intervention
  • Apraxia of Speech/Motor Speech Disorder/Other Oral-motor based communication disorders
  • Social Skills/Pragmatics
  • Tongue Thrust
  • Fluency Disorders

Talk Time, Speech Language Therapy offers the following services:

  • Parent Consultation sessions
  • Initial Screenings
  • Comprehensive Speech and Language Evaluations
  • Individualized Treatment Plans
  • Individual Therapy Sessions
  • Collaboration with schools, physicians and other professionals
  • Feedback and Resources Available to Families
  • Education classes/workshops for Parents and Professionals:
    1. Provide parents and/or professionals with the tools to become their child’s primary language facilitator, whereby maximizing the child’s development in everyday situations.
    2. In-service Presentations to New Mothers’ Groups, Day Care Centers, Preschools and Schools
    3. Describe normal language development.
    4. Speech and Language Screenings at Day Care Centers, Preschools and Schools

"Approximately 5-8% of preschool children (i.e. between 1 in 12 and 1 in 20 children) have language delays that continue throughout their school years and into adulthood. These ongoing difficulties with language are associated with difficulty learning to read and write, poorer academic performance, more limited employment opportunities and difficulties with social relationships."

"15-20% of two year olds are delayed in their expressive language development (i.e. they talk late and do not use as many words or sentences of the same complexity as their peers), but are otherwise developing as expected. Not all of these children outgrow their language delay and up to 60% of them may continue to experience language delays into later childhood and adulthood."