Therapy Where it Matters Most
Speech, language, and feeding therapy are provided in the home, private school, or daycare environment and are one-on-one with a certified speech-language pathologist. Families are always encouraged to be an active part of our therapy sessions in order to best carryover activities and skills outside of the therapy sessions. Our sessions are typically scheduled for 45-minutes and frequency is dependent on the need of each individual child and determined as a team with the family.
Evaluations & Therapy
Comprehensive evaluations for speech, language, feeding, and social skills
Speech & language therapy
Feeding & swallowing therapy
Social cognitive skills therapy
AAC therapy & training
Parent & caregiver coaching
Articulation & Phonological Disorders - Receptive & Expressive Language Disorders Feeding & Swallowing Disorders - Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Social Pragmatic Disorders - Fluency/Stuttering - Dysarthria
Down Syndrome - Autism Spectrum Disorder - Cerebral Palsy
Speech & Language Therapy
We provide speech and language therapy focusing on improving a child's speech production, ability to understand and/or express language, and the use of verbal and non-verbal language within social contexts. Using evidence-based approaches, our speech therapists provide therapy in a child's natural environment, creating a motivating and engaging path to success.
At Leading Therapy Home, we provide occupational therapy services focusing on improving a child’s motor and visual, sensory processing and executive functioning skills in order to foster increased engagement in age-level play, learning, functional mobility, and self-care tasks across all environments. Using play and evidence based approaches, therapists provide therapy within a child’s natural environment to improve confidence and engagement when participating in activities that are meaningful for both the child and their families.
We provide child-led and family-centered feeding therapy. We take a holistic approach to feeding therapy to address why children are having difficulty eating. Our feeding therapists will reduce the frustration around mealtime through coaching parents and children to experience the joys of exploring and eating new foods. Contact us with any questions or concerns regarding your child's eating/feeding, we are here to help.
Our social groups are currently set up as therapeutic playdates. The idea to provide therapy within a playdate came about when parents expressed concern about the difficulties that occur when their children go on playdates. Parents often end up having to facilitate the playdate and it becomes stressful and unproductive.
Instead, our therapists facilitate the playdates. These are typically structured with 2-3 children and include a variety of activities such as building train tracks to
making bird feeders to playing in the sprinkler. It is amazing to see the kind of language and joint attention that comes out from turning the sprinkler on to spray friends (when they ask, of course!).