Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy in Atlanta
We founded Talk About Therapy because we believe in and love providing intuitive, effective and sustainable therapy to our patients and their families to improve their feeding and communication skills. We pride ourselves in treating our families like they are our own. Our philosophy is to help our patients and their families build a strong functional foundation towards communication and feeding, and slowly build upon that foundation to create lasting results.
Our therapists provide services such as pediatric feeding therapy; feeding therapy for babies; speech therapy for kids; speech therapy for toddlers; pediatric intensive feeding programs; pediatric occupational therapy pre- and post- frenectomy tongue procedure, or frenulectomy, tongue tie and lip tie therapy and advisement; and specialized services such as providing feeding therapy for Autism, as well as addressing common breastfeeding problems, all in our clinic or online through the convenience of teletherapy.
We want you to know that when you encounter obstacles on your journey with your child, you are not alone. Talk About Therapy is here to support you through some of your child’s most important aspects of development that connect them to the world you brought them into. We address breastfeeding problems, tongue tie and lip tie, feeding and swallowing, communication, and the oral motor skills that support these processes. We also address activities of daily life and self-regulatory techniques through our pediatric occupational therapy services.
Learn more about the services we provide near you. Our passion for supporting families is carried through each individualized treatment plan for your child. We serve all of the Atlanta area, including: North Atlanta, Buckhead, East Cobb, Decatur, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Vinings and Marietta, Georgia and are always looking forward to meeting and helping new children and families!
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See how we can help you on the beautiful journey of child development and parenthood.
Speech delays, also known as alalia, refer to a delay in the development or use of speech mechanisms by young children. Speech delays can manifest in a child’s expression of language, a child’s understanding of language, or a child’s pronunciation of language.