Finding a Speech-Language Pathologist
Looking for a speech-language pathologist for your child?
Your child may be receiving speech-language therapy in school, and that is good. But you also may be seeking private therapy, or therapy in a special school. Pam usually recommends that parents do some calling around to find just the right person for their child. Most communities have a few speech-language pathologists who specialize in young children with severe speech and language delay/disorder. You will want to find that person.
Start with your school district, the local hospital, or any private clinic, and ask them who in the community is known for working with children like yours. Most speech-language pathologists are happy to refer parents to just the right person in the community.
We have started this list to help parents find a local SLP.
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If you would like to be on this referral list, please contact us and we'll add you!
Help us build a nation-wide list of great therapists by contributing to the list. This list is provided simply to help families get connected.
We are not soliciting PERFECT SLP's - we are looking to list SLP's who LOVE children and want to help them speak the best they can. This list helps parents get connected in your area.