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Services at AnetSpeech

Articulation Delay   ~   Childhood Apraxia of Speech  ~   Cluttering  ~   Developmental Language Delay   ~   Expressive Language Disorder   ~   Receptive Language Disorder   ~   Phonological Impairment   ~   Speech Sound Disorders   ~   Stuttering


Evaluations are the starting point for therapy. Prior to an evaluation appointment, I ask you to obtain a speech-therapy referral from your child's primary care physician. I also provide a courtesy insurance verification of benefits.


Once this is in hand, along with your pre-paid deposit (applies to evaluation fee), we will:

  • Schedule an evaluation appointment

  • Send you a 'Get Ready for Teletherapy' handout

  • Assess your child during secure video conferencing (we use HIPAA-compliant Zoom)

  • Write a through evaluation report 

  • Review report and therapy plan with parents

Speech Therapy at AnetSpeech

I believe that children learn what they enjoy, so we tap into client's interests. I love using play-based therapy because when kid's brains are having fun, they more easily learn new skills. All these therapy approaches that are traditionally used in in-person therapy just as effective with virtual therapy.


Depending on your child's evaluation results and therapy needs, therapy sessions will have:

  • Rapport building

  • Play-based therapy

  • Sensory support

  • Child-led therapy

  • Parent coaching and homework

  • Text and email support


Articulation disorders or delays involve difficulty producing certain sounds.

  • For example, inability to place tongue and move it correctly for the /k/ sound, or the /r/ sound

  • Can be accompanied by apraxia or phonological disorders

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Apraxia of Speech is a neurological disorder affecting the brain pathways that produce speech. 

  • Inconsistant production of speech sounds

  • Can be associated with groping for sounds

  • Treatment involves a motor-planning approach

  • Target words are chosen to build on learned motor-sequencing sills

Phonological Disorders

Phonological speech disorders are rule-based errors involving the sound repertoire of the child.

  • Can be consistent or inconsistent errors

  • Involves the linguistic representation of the word in the brain

  • Characterized by pattern changes (for example, always saying a /t/ sound where a /k/ sound belongs

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Language Delay

Language Delay is the inability to use words or other forms of communication typically expected at certain ages.

  • May involve difficulty understanding others (receptive language skills)

  • May involve difficulty producing language forms (expressive language skills


Stuttering is neurologically driven interruptions of speech which can include repetitions or prolongations of sounds or words or blocked attempts to produce a sound or word.

  • Young children may exhibit stuttering when their brain has so much to say their speech and language can't keep up

  • Normal flow of speech is interrupted

  • Therapy focuses on both fluency techniques and either parent-coaching to support the younger child or self-advocacy to support the older child

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Finding the right fit for speech therapy for your child and family can be difficult. Virtual therapy at AnetSpeech has proven to be effective and convenient for busy families.

Children who engage in speech therapy at AnetSpeech have made progress in gaining clearer speech, beginning talking skills, and stutter management techniques.

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