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Happy Friday Friends 🌻We are ecstatic to welcome our new Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), Ms. Ashley, to the T.A.T. Family!

✨ Her favorite part about being an SLP is the ability to help a child acquire a skill that will be with them for the rest of their lives 
✨ Her favorite graduate school memory is doing research and publishing two articles alongside my professor and colleagues! 
✨ She’s most excited about joining TAT because she can’t wait to collaborate with families and help each child gain confidence and reach their full potential!
Good afternoon friends! 🌞 We are ecstatic to welcome our new Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), Ms. Bianca, to our T.A.T family! 

✨ Her favorite part about being an SLP is working together with families to help their little ones build confidence and achieve their goals
✨Her favorite memory from grad school was all the time spend studying with her friends while eating TONS of Trader Joe’s snacks!
✨She is most excited about joining Talk about Therapy because she loves what we do and cant wait to meet all our kiddos, connect with families, and work in a collaborative team!
Good afternoon friends! 🌞 We are ecstatic to welcome our new Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), Ms.Leah, to our T.A.T family! 

✨ Her favorite part about being an SLP is seeing a child be proud of themselves as they make progress! 
✨Her favorite memory from grad school was spending time with her friends as they learned about the process of nasoendoscopy! 
✨She is most excited about joining Talk about Therapy because she loves families, early language, and valuable one-on-one time with our friends! She can’t wait to learn more & get started!
Hi friends! 💖 Let’s talk Speech Therapy! If you’re worried that your child might be having trouble communicating, these are some signs you should keep an eye out for. Early intervention in speech therapy can make a world’s of a difference & can prevent more severe speech impairments. If you are seeing some or many of these signs, contact a speech-language pathologist for a consultation! DM us if you have any questions.
Happy Monday friends! Let’s talk about Sensory Play! Here at Talk About Therapy we have “Fun Bins” filled with water beads for our friends to play with! These bins are dedicated to create an overall awareness and stimulation of the core senses.

💖How can you create a sensory bin at home?

It’s so simple!!! All you need is uncooked rice or beans and a bowl/bin. Allow your child to play with a variety of textures, substances, and ingredients. 

💖What are some other sensory activities?

Some examples are playdough, water/sand play, finger painting, music, etc!
Happy March friends! 🌞 As we begin a new month, we want to take a moment to reflect on the importance of having an open mind & open heart when working with our friends who may have a difficulty communicating! Always remember that every person has a unique way of expressing themselves. We love to embrace our differences because that’s what makes each of us special!

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Hello friends! Happy Friday!🌞 Let’s talk about baby food! Trying to figure out what foods are best for your baby can be daunting. It’s so exciting & rewarding to want to feed your child new foods, but remember to keep these stages in mind for the most healthy results! Check out our “Foods For Baby Lead Weaning” post for snack/meal ideas for your baby!

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Hi friends! Happy February! 🦋 Today we have an interesting fun fact to share with you. 

Words and speech are the singular most powerful force available to humanity. We are so happy to help our friends at Talk About Therapy with their speech journeys.
Hi friends! Happy February! 🦋 Today we have an interesting fun fact to share with you. 

Words and speech are are the singular most powerful force available to humanity. We are so happy to help our friends at Talk About Therapy with their speech journeys.
Hi Friends! 🦋 Today’s post outlines a few different methods for AT-HOME therapy. 
✨Check out the link: https://www.talkaboutherapy.com/post/modeling-language-at-home-speech-therapy-tips 
✨ Modeling language therapy encourages the development of communication skills without the use of constant correction. Instead, a constant flow of modeling expressive language is used. 
✨Modeling Language tips are very engaging & easy to implement on a daily basis.
Hi friends, Happy Tuesday💕! Playtime is one of the most beneficial experiences for cognitive development. It teaches children how to thrive in social situations & how to develop a healthy emotional intelligence. Don’t be afraid to implement speech therapy during playtime! Always remember that almost any toy or activity can be therapeutic! Check out our previous posts for more at-home speech therapy tips.
Hello friends!!! Happy Thursday❣️! Today we are talking about the effects of pediatric open mouth breathing. Don’t be alarmed by these effects! They can be prevented with proper guidance from a qualified dentist, ENT, or speech-language pathologist!
Happy Monday friends!!! ✨ Today we are talking about the differences between Speech & Language. This chart simply breaks down the details! SLP’s work to improve both speech & language through therapy!

✨Receptive Language refers to the ability to comprehend written or spoken language.

✨Expressive Language refers to the ability to express wants & needs.
Hi friends! Happy Tuesday💕! In this post we outline the importance of early-intervention speech therapy! If your child has sessions with a speech-language pathologist at a young age, they are less likely to develop speech complications as they grow older. Your SLP will likely work to improve your child’s oral-motor skills & improve their quality of life. 

🗣If you have any questions regarding the indicators of early speech impediments, feel free to DM us!
Hello friends! Happy Monday🤩! Today we’ll be talking about the importance of Pre/Post Op frenectomy care. 

✨WHAT IS A FRENECTOMY?✨

🗣 A frenectomy is a common dental procedure where a piece of tissue under the tongue (lingual frenulum) is relieved. This can help the patient’s speech, swallow, and oral development patterns.

✨WHAT CAN PRE/POST FRENECTOMY TREATMENT DO?✨

🗣Pre-Op treatment can ensure a release that is optimal.

🗣 It can reduce tension in the head, neck, and shoulders. It can also significantly reduce headaches.

🗣 It can prevent the reattachment of tissue after the procedure.

🗣 It can prevent the formation of Scar Tissue.
Our wonderful friend, Abby,  got released last week at the Alabama Tongue-Tie Center - Richard Baxter, DMD, MS. Abby has been working hard with Ms. Niti for an optimal release. We are excited to have Abby come back into the clinic to continue working towards her speech goals. We are so proud of you Abby!
Hi friends! 💚 Happy Friday! We are SUPER excited to welcome our new Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), Ms.Rachel, to our team! Ms.Rachel chose her career path because she wanted a career where she could work closely with her clients/patients & help them meet their needs! She loves to read or hike in her free time. She’s most excited to join the Talk About Therapy team because she can’t wait to meet all of our lovely kids & families! We love you Ms.Rachel!
Hello friends! HAPPY FRIDAY! 🦋🤍 Most babies say their first word between 9-14 months. Don’t forget that every baby is different, so don’t be alarmed if your child doesn’t fall into this range! Some babies say their first word at 7 months, while others may not until they’re 18 months! Comment below your baby’s first word!🥰

Some common first words are: Mama, Dada, Ball, Cat, Dog, Nana, Eat, Ta(TaTa), Baby, Uh-Oh, Hi, Bye, Hello, etc.
💫Good Afternoon Friends 💫

Today we have an easy & fun activity that will encourage your child to be more engaged during snack time or meal time! This Tic Tac Toe game is very versatile! You can use this game to introduce foods with different colors & textures! This can also be a fantastic fall/halloween themed activity! 🎃
Happy Thursday Friends 🍓 

We wanted to shed some more light on some mealtime frustrations you and your child might experience, the notorious “NO!” to anything you offer to your child! We understand how frustrating that can be when offering food to your little one. We’ve found success when offering to choices to our kids, they are more likely to help make the feeding experience more enjoyable

INSTEAD OF:

🍇 Do you want grapes?

TRY: 

🍓 Do you want grapes or strawberries?
Hello friends! ⭐️ Today’s special guest is our sweet girl Lilia! We love our babies here at Talk About Therapy!
⭐️ NEW BLOG POST ⭐️

Happy Thursday👅 Oral Motor Exercises are extremely crucial for the development and intervention of:

✨Speech
✨Feeding
✨Strengthing of Oral Structures

We are huge fans of checking our kids oral structures to ensure that we are on the right track for proper oral development. But what are we looking for? We’ve created a blog post and broken it down by age for the stages of oral motor development. Click the link to learn more: https://www.talkaboutherapy.com/post/the-stages-of-oral-motor-development

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⭐️NEW BLOG POST⭐️ What are the benefits of straw cups?

Hit the link for more information regarding the theee major areas that are positively affected by straw cups!

https://www.talkaboutherapy.com/post/why-are-straw-cups-more-beneficial-than-sippy-cups-for-your-child

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Happy Tuesday Friends 👶🏽 Many times we get a lot of questions about common first words we hear from our babies. We’ve listed below the most common words we hear from babies today. How can you encourage your child to produce/imitate more words?

✨ If you hear certain babbles from your baby, say the babbles you hear and see if they imitate them (i.e. if your baby says “ba-ba” later on day “ba-ba” and see if they imitate it back

✨ Simplify the amount of words you’re using when speaking to your child

✨ Take LOTS of pauses when speaking to your child to see if and how they fill in the gaps

✨ Give your child choices to see if they imitate a word “do you want to eat or night night?” 

✨ Pair words with ASL (American Sign Language) to help facilitate communication early on

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Happy Tuesday Friends 🙊 Today we’d like to talk more about Language Expansion! This is a great strategy to use when your child is continuing to progress in language. You can use language expansion when your child is using 1 word to describe something or even 2-3 words; the parent’s sole goal is to add words to build longer phrases! Language expansion:

✨utilizes 2-3 words to expand upon a word your child frequently says

✨can be paired with waiting for a response: which allows the parent to expand upon a certain word 5-10 times and then waiting 15-20 seconds to see if the child can expand upon the words themselves

✨allows the child to build more words into their vocabulary

When using language expansion, it is preferred to limit the amount of words being used to make sure the process does not become overwhelming for the child. 

✅The post above gives some great examples of how to expand upon simple 1 words to 2-3 word phrases

✅ Remember to keep the process fun and engaging, your child will pick up on your cues!

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Happy Thursday Friends 🍼 Today we want to provide more insight on a popular topic: Baby-led weaning. 

Baby led weaning has a multitude of definitions and ideas on how it should be conducted. At Talk About Therapy we suggest our parents begin introducing new foods to their babies at approximately 6 months. This allows babies to:

✨Learn self-feeding skills

✨Introduce a variety of tastes, textures, colors, and smells

✨Create positive eating habits with food

We have highlighted some food ideas you can begin to use when you start baby-led weaning. Check out our link for more information: https://www.talkaboutherapy.com/post/baby-led-weaning-why-is-it-beneficial

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Happy Tuesday everyone 🍪 Feeding therapy can be a challenge as is. One of the best ways to make the process smoother is getting our kids more involved. Have your child: 

✨Use the potato masher to mash the potatoes

✨Use cookie cutters to make a cute shape out of their sandwiches

✨Wash the fruits and vegetables

If they are involved they will feel more prideful in the food presented to them. With the cookie cutter technique this allows the child to:

✨ choose a shape

✨choose the food they want to make a shape out of

The child will feel a sense of independence and control during meal time, which reduces food anxiety!
Happy Thursday 😛 Today we want to shed some more light on tongue ties. There are actually three types of ties: tongue ties, lip ties, and buccal ties. All three of these together are known as Tethered Oral Tissue (TOTs), is thick tissue that limits movement of the tongue, lips, and cheeks. TOTs can affect: 

✨Feeding
✨Swallowing
✨Speech
✨Breastfeeding
✨Sleeping
✨Breathing (Airway trouble)

In this post we have highlighted some quick things that can help you identify if you feel your child presents with a form of TOTs. If you are looking for more information check out our blog post! https://www.talkaboutherapy.com/post/what-are-tongue-ties-and-lip-ties-and-how-can-speech-therapists-help
Happy Wednesday Everyone!! Today we have a dual post. We’ve created a post here on IG as well as a post on our blog regarding “following directions”. 

Following directions is an integral part of receptive language that really shows us if our child is comprehending language. There are routine directions and simple commands: 

✨Routine directions are everyday directions we ask our children to do (i.e. put your dishes in the sink, clean up our toys, take off your shoes)

✨ Simple commands are more complex directions that are not asked of our children on the daily. They can range from 1-step commands to 2-3 step commands (i.e. pick up the book, pick up the spoon and put it on the table)

Check out the link in the bio for 10 tips and tricks on how to help your kids follow directions!
Happy Wednesday everyone 🥛 Let’s talk open cup drinking today. Many parents begin transitioning their child to some form of sippy cup between 6-8 months. While sippy cups can be a great transition tool, it’s not a permanent solution. We highly recommend we begin utilizing open cup at 12 months of age. 

How do we transition to an open cup?

✨ Fill a small amount of water in a cup
✨ Help your child guide the cup to his/her mouth
✨ Hand-Over-Hand, you and your child tilt the cup to their lips
✨ Let the cup rest on the lips for approximately 1-2 seconds and then take it away

Open cup drinking is not as easy at it sounds! 

✨ Our favorite cup to promote open cup drinking are cut-out cups and tasting cups (Both you can find on Amazon)

Our favorite place to promote safe drinking is in the bathtub. 

✨When your child is taking a bath take a fresh cup of water and see how your child does drinking the water. There’s definitely less of a mess!
Happy Thursday 🍟 Let’s talk messy eating today! Messy eating is crucial when we want our kids to begin exploring new foods. This allows them to feel in control of the food and encourages exploration of new tastes and textures. 

When we begin introducing feeding skills, we always encourage messy eating so our kids enjoy! We encourage parents to: 
✨ give their kids a small portion of a new food along with some utensils 
✨ place the child in their high chair with a big t-shirt they are ready to get dirty
✨allow their kids to enjoy playing with the food 

You never know, some of the food might end up in their mouth ☺️
Happy Monday Everyone 🌴 Today we want to talk about speech intelligibility! Speech intelligibility is how much you and/or others can understand your child. This chart does a great job at describing how much we should understand at each age! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Whenever we conduct a speech evaluation we always ask the family not only about how much of their child they can understand, but also how much an unfamiliar listener can understand as well. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
✨What an unfamiliar listener can understand of your child is great to know, because sometimes our ears become accustomed to words our children say on the daily. An unfamiliar listener might have difficulty understanding words and phrases we hear from our child everyday! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Happy Friday 💫 Let’s talk meal time today! Many of us can remember having some great conversations and memories during meal time. But how can we facilitate speech development? Here are some great ideas to get the conversation flowing with our little friends!
Happy Friday ❣️This is a great post about the differences between sippy cups and straw cups. Typically when transitioning from bottle to cups we always recommend straw cups first! Sippy cups are a good transition if absolutely needed, but straw cups are better for speech and feeding development. Another great strategy to practice is utilizing open cup or straw cup in the bath tub!
Happy Friday everyone 🎀 Today we wanted to give some information on baby-led weaning. We love baby-led weaning, but with modifications best suited for each child. Here are some tips we use for many children in homes! *Remember each child is different, so make sure you’re able to read your child’s cues and keep feeding a fun experience*
Happy Better Speech and Hearing Month! 🎉🎉 We are so honored to be a part of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). We pride ourselves in working hard to make sure we can allow everyone to find their own voice ❣️
Hi everyone 👋🏼 We hope you all are staying safe during this time and enjoying time with your loved ones. We also understand how different telehealth is from in-home speech therapy. Here’s a great intervention our SLP’s love to use. Wait Response Time is so beneficial, because it allows the child to recognize a pause and see how they can fill it (whether it be with babbles or words). “Ready, set...go” is a great way to really put wait response time into use!
Hi everyone 👋🏼 We know how tough it can be right now to continue building language at home during this difficult time. We’ve compiled a list of activities to continue helping with your language building activity in a fun, safe way that’s great for kids of all ages. Check it out here: https://www.talkaboutherapy.com/post/coronavirus-covid-19-9-speech-therapist-tips-to-keep-children-engaged-and-learning-at-home
Happy Monday everyone 🌼 With all the recent COVID 19 scaries, we wanted to share a little bit more about telehealth. Telehealth is a great way to continue services for your child, instead of pausing services entirely! Talk About Therapy has gone fully telehealth to practice safety and social distancing. Stay safe everyone!!
Happy Feeding Tube Friday 🤗 Feeding tubes are something we work with regularly. There are so many different types and they all work to achieve adequate nutrition for our friends. As speech pathologists a lot of times our goal is to wean our little friends off of feeding tubes. This chart outlines the common 4 feeding tubes found with young children!
Happy Monday everyone 🎉 This chart is an all time favorite of ours, because it clearly explains the difference between expressive and receptive language. When a child presents with a language disorder it is categorized between these two. Expressive language is your expression of language, while receptive language is your understanding of language!
✨Therapist Thursday✨
Meet our wonderful intern Sarika! Sarika is an undergraduate student majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders at UGA. Sarika is interested in becoming a speech-language pathologist one day! She is also interested in feeding therapy in the realm of speech pathology. She’s helps us here at Talk About Therapy with our instagram page and coming to sessions to learn more. Look out for Sarika coming along for therapy sessions!!
Happy Monday everyone 🎉 Today’s post highlights the difference between picky eaters vs. problem eaters. This chart breaks down each eater, while comparing their differences as well!
Happy Monday everyone!

Today we’ll be giving you some tips and tricks to help stimulate speech & communication in children! There are four main types of Modeling Language: 🌟Recasting 🌟Self-Talk 🌟Parallel Talk & 🌟Focused Stimulation ✅Recasting: Expand upon what your child speaks about! (Ex: If your child says “car!”, then you should say “yes that is a big red car”.)
✅Self-Talk: Use short sentences to talk about what you are seeing, hearing, feeling, or doing when your child is nearby. Make sure to use clear & concise words. (Ex: Mommy is making cookies! I am mixing the batter! Let’s bake them!)
✅Parallel Talk: Talk about what your CHILD is seeing, hearing,feeling, or doing! (Ex: Wow! You just built a tower! That block is red!)
✅Focused Stimulation: The idea here is to target a specific word. You should incorporate this word in normal conversation. (Ex: If you’re playing with Mr.Potato Head, your target words would be “ON” & “OFF”. “I put the nose ON!” or “I took the ears OFF”)
Good Morning Everyone! 🌞

Today we will be talking about Beckman Oral Motor Intervention! Many individuals with impaired oral motor skills are unable to follow a command for oral movement. The primary function of the Beckman Oral Motor Intervention is to improve the strength, coordination, awareness and range of motion of the tongue, cheeks, lips, and jaws while using a variety of exercises to stimulate the oral structures. This prepares the child for overall improved communication and feeding skills. Issues such as teeth grinding, drooling, and hyper/hyposensitivity may also be addressed by the Beckman protocol. All of the techniques are presented in a gentle and playful manner for the children.
Happy New Year everyone! 
Today we’ll be talking about the S.O.S. approach to feeding! This approach is a Play-Based program that teaches children the skills needed in order to consume a wide variety of of food types & textures. The appropriate candidate for the S.O.S. approach is known as a “problem feeder”. Some common indicators of “problem feeders” are: ✅Decreased range & variety of food consumption
✅Child’s refusal to eat an entire category of food
✅Consistent choking, gagging, and/or coughing during meals
Hey everyone 👋🏼 We are so excited and honored to have been included at the @we_are_mace Day on Inclusion Event. We provided free consultations to families along with information regarding communication devices! It was a great day to give back to our community. We are excited to provide our services to community events. Thank you MACE for including us!
Hi everyone 👋🏼 Sorry it’s been a while, the holidays get crazy! Today, I have a great wealth of information. Speech- Language Pathologists work with both speech and language. But what is the difference between speech and language? This chart breaks down the difference and their specific parts!
Happy Monday everyone 🌞 We are so close to Thanksgiving!! Let’s talk speech sounds. This is such an extensive topic, but this chart shows us some of the sounds we expect around these ages. It’s always best to remember not only how much of your child you understand, but how well other unfamiliar listeners understand as well!

#speechtherapy #speechpathology #speechlanguagepathology #instaslp #slpeeps #speechsounds #articulation #phonology #tips #freetips #atlantaslp #slp
Hi everyone 👋🏼 today’s topic is formula!! Formula can be EXTREMELY confusing. There are so many different types and it’s scary to make sure you choose the right one for your little one! This chart breaks formula down into the three types based on their protein form along with some examples
Hi everyone 👋🏼 let’s talk... BLOCKS! This is one of my absolute favorite toys. Primarily because everyone has them, so families can mimic my therapy techniques at home! How can we use blocks to help with functional communication? Easy! We can present our child with repetitive words like “up, up, up” while building or “bye blue, bye red, bye blue” while cleaning up. We can work on colors by identifying colors of blocks while building a tower. One of my absolutely favorites is putting a block on top of my head and pretending to sneeze, “ACHOO!” My little friends absolutely love it, and love to mimic me saying “achoo”. Finally, we can knock our tower over and yell “BOOM”. These are just a few of MANY ways you can use blocks at home with your little ones!

#slpeeps #slpblogger #speechpathology #speechpathologist #atlantaslp #blocks #languagebuilding #atlanta #freetips #tips #speechtherapy #speechtherapist #speechlanguagepathology
Hi friends 👋🏼 Let’s talk baby food. It can be extremely confusing when to begin feeding your baby certain foods. New moms, I know how exciting it can be to feed our little friends some yummy food, but keep aware of this chart so that your baby transitions into foods with ease. HELPFUL HINT: seasonings are your best friend, adding dashes of seasoning will take your baby long way with new textures and tastes!
Hi friends 👋🏼 I wanted to hop on and show you one of my favorite toys by @melissaanddougtoys I love this toy because it really helps our little friends not only with their expressive language but also their understanding and comprehension of language (receptive language). Some great therapy techniques are: allowing your child to identify the animals you ask for, repeat the animal names after you, or spontaneously name the animals you present. For our much younger friends who are still learning to communicate you can push the safari truck once the animals are in and say “ready, set, go”, after a few turns pause after “set” and see if your child picks up on saying “go” like you did before. These are great ways to use one toy for so many different language building activities!
Hi guys 👋🏼 let’s get started with the basics. Speech developmental milestones! Parents are always looking out for when their babies will begin talking, but what about everything else and working to get there? Here are some things we speech pathologists look out for when we see our little friends. Some of these terms might sound scary, but fear not, your baby might already be doing some of these! Feel free to ask any questions regarding this chart ☺️
Hi friends 👋🏼 Welcome to Talk About Therapy! I’m your friendly Speech Pathologist, Niti Shah! We currently provide home health speech, language, early intervention, and feeding services in the metro Atlanta area. We pride ourselves in not only providing therapy to our little friends, but also to their families to create the most optimal and ever-lasting results! A little about me: I recently got married (honeymoon picture), I have the sweetest golden retriever 🐶, and I live for Mexican food. This page is here to not only provide updates on Talk About Therapy, but also provide families with great tidbits to incorporate speech therapy into YOUR home everyday. Thanks for joining me on this journey, I can’t wait to provide some helpful knowledge to you!
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2323 Cumberland Parkway Southeast Suite 104, Atlanta

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  • Avatar Yasiri Alanis ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago
    My son absolutely loves Ms. Rachel. He enjoys coming to therapy every Monday. We have seen a lot of improvement even though we are able to come once a week. Thank you Ms. Rachel for your dedication.
  • Avatar Desiree Marie ★★★★★ a month ago
    We were recommended to Talk About Therapy by our pediatrician and we absolutely loved them. Niti was extremely patient, professional, and understanding. Ms. Rachel was absolutely amazing with my child. Even when we moved 45 minutes away, … More we kept going due to the professionalism, care, and kindness Talk About Therapy possesses. Would absolutely recommend them!!
  • Avatar RaQuita Weathers ★★★★★ 4 weeks ago
    My son has been receiving service here with Niti and Rachel for over a year now and we are happy with our choice to choose Talk About Therapy for his speech therapy. With Rachel as his primary care provider, my son is happy to come to appointments … More and he’s learning so much from each session. We have seen a major improvement in his development since Niti starting seeing us last summer. We would em highly recommend this business for any parents looking for quality care service.
  • Avatar Shakita Thomas ★★★★★ 4 weeks ago
    I have one word that describes Talk About Therapy- Speech Therapy and it’s AMAZING ! My son have been getting services here for 7 Months with Rachel and I have seen a big change in his speech. From one word to making sentences. It’s just … More mind blowing ! And let’s not forget my son lovessssssss Ms. Rachel ! She is literally the best ! So professional, patient and caring ! I love the way she is with him and she’s always on top of things. I just want to say thank you Rachel and Niti for everything that you do for my son ! I highly recommend them !
  • Avatar B ★★★★★ 4 weeks ago
    Me. Rachel is great! Super patient with my daughter and she works with my late schedule. Highly recommend this company.
  • Avatar Erin M ★★★★★ 3 months ago
    We used Talk About Therapy for our two year old in early 2021 and saw amazing progress! He actually ended up “testing out of” speech therapy which is what every parent wants to hear. The owner was very professional and responsive to our … More needs. We would recommend this company without hesitation.
  • Avatar Melodie Keheley ★★★★★ 2 months ago
    Niti is wonderful! She help me and my son out when he had his tongue tie done . It was hard to do the exercises with him being an older baby trying to get in his mouth but she showed me ways to get it done without a fight. Thank you again … More Niti for the help!!! 🥰
  • Avatar Dashonique Fitzgerald ★★★★★ 2 months ago
    My daughter was showing early developmental delays at her 12 month wellness checkup. Her pediatrician referred us to Talk About Therapy. I was very nervous and worried about my baby. The owner Niti was very professional and helpful. She … More educated me as a parent as well. My daughter has been in speech therapy for 6 months now and she is saying a lot more words now and is much better with communicating. Developmentally she is far more advanced than she was at her 12 month wellness checkup. She also just started with a new therapist Bianca. I was very nervous for my daughter to have therapy with anyone else but Niti. I had gotten comfortable with Niti, and so did my daughter, but the new therapist Bianca is amazing with my daughter. Whenever I need to reschedule or have any questions Niti and Bianca are always available. Talk About Therapy goes above and beyond. They have helped my daughter tremendously and eased my anxieties and concerns as a parent with her speech development.
  • Avatar Britney Drometer ★★★★★ 6 months ago
    I’m really glad that we were referred to Niti for my infant daughter’s speech therapy. She was super helpful and accommodating. The exercises she gave us for our daughter made a huge difference and you could definitely tell that it helped … More her with feeding. I would recommend her to friends and see her again should our daughter or future children have any speech related issues. Thanks again Niti!
  • Avatar jamila bivens ★★★★★ 9 months ago
    I made the best decision by picking Niti as my son’s therapist. She’s pleasant and patient. She detected the cause of his feeding problem (tongue tie) and we got it fixed. He was finished with therapy within the three months he was given. … More We’d seen progress every week and immediately after his reverse. My son no longer needs a feeding tube thanks to her. If any parent is looking a speech therapist, I highly recommend.
  • Avatar Nicole Marie ★★★★★ 8 months ago
    I was referred to talk about therapy by my sons pediatrician. My son has worked with Niti and Rachel. Both are fantastic and really took the time to address my questions and concerns. My son loved going to his sessions and hated leaving. … More I highly recommend talk about therapy to anyone who may have concerns about their kids speech.
  • Avatar Whitney Brand ★★★★★ 10 months ago
    Niti is fantastic! My infant some began seeing her for feeding therapy prior to having his posterior tongue tie revised and post-revision. She did wonders with my son! She is very knowledgeable and patient (which is key when working with … More babies) and she fantastic at following up and checking in with us. I would HIGHLY recommend her to anyone dealing with the same issues.
  • Avatar Sarah B ★★★★★ 8 months ago
    We loved Niti! She helped us with my 7 month old’s rough transition to solids. She was patient and helped both with my daughter’s feeding skills and my comfort as a parent. In 2 months we went from her almost total rejection of solids to … More eating everything we eat (prepared safely for a baby, of course!). Definitely recommend Talk About Therapy!
  • Avatar Linnea Veazey ★★★★★ 6 months ago
    Niti is very knowledgeable and has been so easy to work with. She identified my son's tongue and lip tie, and helped us find the appropriate provider to get them released. I am an SLP myself, but I don't have any experience with … More oral motor function pre and post tongue/lip tie releases. We were definitely in good hands with Niti as she is a wealth of knowledge in this area!
  • Avatar Rachel Sandifer ★★★★★ 8 months ago
    My child made so much progress in six months working with Niti. She is incredibly engaging, consistent, and gave us so many tips and tools to use at home. Highly recommend!
  • Avatar Ashley Carlson ★★★★★ 10 months ago
    Niti has been amazing for my son! She was so helpful with exercises pre and post revision of my sons lip and tongue tie. She is patient, kind, and great with babies. She is also very responsive to any questions or concerns you have via … More email, phone, or text. I cannot recommend her enough!!!