Our therapy team can help improve your child's ability to communicate and thrive.
Children with delays may need help improving their fine-motor and sensory processing.
Reading and writing deficits can be recognized as early as preschool.
Early identification is the key!
We have a passion for helping students learn to read and write, build a rich vocabulary, comprehend information, and process the world around them. Our goal is to help children and families through early identification and intervention develop the skills they need to thrive and reach their potential. Our intervention process includes parent involvement, multi-sensory intervention, and tracking progresss....all while having fun! We also have gone “Beyond” Speech-Language Pathology services and are now offering Occupational Therapy. Our mission is to help your child succeed in therapy sessions, their academic setting, and the home environment.
We are so happy when we hear about how the therapy we have provided has improved our clients’ lives.
“Our family has been so blessed to find Beyond Therapy. Their services go beyond just therapy!! The facility feels like home with caring therapists who take the time to adapt the necessary therapies around your child. Cameron has soared past her learning block, dyslexia, and has become more confident and successful as a student. All of the therapy and summer programs are designed for not just learning but for fun! She loves to come here and is already excited about attending the next summer camp. Thank You for caring!”
— Jackie Smith, Mother of Cameron
“Beyond Speech has been invaluable to our son’s education. He is thoroughly enjoying and very successful at school and Beyond Speech deserves a lot of the credit for this. He has really enjoyed working with his different therapists over the last six years.”
— Rob Nichols, Father of Stephen
“I have sent several students to Beyond Speech and they have thrived in their care. The therapists are wonderful about keeping me informed on progress and finding out what we are doing in the classroom.”
— Jill Pratt, Elementary School Teacher
We offer comprehensive speech-language pathology and occupational therapy evaluations. Our team of therapists uses clinical skills, parent and teacher input, and standardized testing to evaluate your child's strengths and areas of need. Our speech-language pathologists assess children and adolescents with articulation, fluency, language, pragmatic, and social deficits. Our occupational therapists evaluate a child's fine motor skills and sensory processing. Our goal is to identify your child's areas of need and develop an intervention plan. A comprehensive evaluation is critical for creating a plan for success!
We have an awesome team of professionals and, needless to say, we are quite proud of them!
Why did you choose speech-language pathology as your profession?
I chose speech-language pathology for many reasons, but the main reason being I love helping and developing a one-on-one relationship with my clients. Not only do I want to help them succeed in the best way possible for them, but I enjoy getting to know them on a personal level as well.
What is the most rewarding part of being an SLP?
The most rewarding part of my job is watching my kiddos gain confidence to achieve goals that at one point in time were so difficult for them. It's even better when they tell me "I can't believe I wasn't able to do that. That's so easy now!"
What are 3 words to describe you?
Considerate, reliable, and FUN
What is your favorite vacation spot?
Anywhere that has a beach!
What advice would you give to a family who is new to the therapy process?
To trust that getting their child the help they need is the best thing they can do and will only benefit them sooner rather than later.