Therapy Classes

Become a class act with Therapy Classes! 🤩

See Results Faster With Therapy Classes

Therapy classes are the most naturalistic, real-world environment where children learn to be successful in their everyday lives. Our therapy classes are the fastest route toward seeing and feeling the effects of therapy within your child's day than with individual therapy alone.

What Ages Attend Classes?

  • Infants
  • Toddlers
  • Elementary Age Children
  • Pre-teens
  • Teenagers
  • Young Adults

What Ages Attend Classes?

  • Fluency and stuttering
  • Physical fitness and coordination
  • Articulation
  • Behavior training
  • Speech intelligibility
  • Time management
  • Handwriting
  • Self-care
  • Homework
  • Phonics
  • Socialization skills
  • And more!

Available Classes


Mommy & Me

Focus: Pre-verbal Early Language and Milestone Development
Ages: 10 months-3 years old

This play-based class provides the foundational skills for functional communication and daily life skills. These skills include attending, following simple directions, making appropriate requests and protests, participating with peers, turn-taking, foundational play skills, fine motor skills, and gross motor skills.


Establishing The Roots For Good Communication Without The Compost

Focus: Pre-K Early Language and Milestone Development
Ages: 2-3 years old

This play-based preschool class provides the foundational skills for functional communication for children between the ages of 2 and 3 years old. These skills include attending, following simple directions, making appropriate requests and protests, participating with peers and turn-taking, foundational play skills, fine motor skills, and gross motor skills.


It's Always Spring, With Language Budding Everywhere!

Focus: Kinder Early Language and Milestone Development
Ages: 3-5 years old

This class is builds upon the foundational skills learned in previous classes. Children begin working on increasing vocabulary, speech sound production, sentence length and complexity, asking and answering questions, telling stories, attending for longer durations, pre-writing skills, cutting skills, and increasing complexity of social skills and play.


I've Got Something To Say! 

Focus: Phonological Development
Ages: 4-6 years old

Phonological processes are patterns of sound substitution which negatively impact speech intelligibility, and which many of our children continue to use beyond the typical age. Using a evidenced-based approach, children will be immersed with appropriate speech patterns to improve their awareness, and then production will be targeted.


Lizards And Wizards

Focus: Speech Sound Development
Ages: 5-8 years old

This evidenced-based class increases your child's awareness of their speech sounds, and corrects your child's sound production to improve clarity. The fun activities and games don't require large attention spans, which allows even young children to attend to and practice target sounds while staying motivated. Students learn quickly to monitor their speech and self- correct their sound errors. This program is appropriate for children with speech sound production errors who are at least 5yrs old and able to attend for at least 5 minutes independently.


Helping Your Child Become Their Own CEO

Focus: Executive Function Skills
Ages: 8-12 years old

This class improves executive functioning: planning, sequencing, organizing, initiating large tasks, time management, and more. The skills your child will develop in this class are necessary to basic activities of daily living. Unfortunately, our modern world has created new expectations which require things to be done as quickly as possible, and with that comes a certain lack of patience on parents/teachers part. So instead of allowing the child to develop these skills, adults default to becoming the executive: we tell the child each discrete step required to complete the task. So instead of saying get ready for bed, we wind up telling the child shower, put on your pjs, brush your teeth, and go to bed. This class uses crafts, worksheets/homework tasks, and other large projects to help children learn to break down large tasks, prioritize, and implement their plans, while also learning how to self-monitor to ensure they stay on task.


Do You See What I See?

Focus: Comprehension Strategy building
Ages: 8+ years old

This class improves  a child's ability to visualize the language they hear/read. It helps make the process of thinking more concrete, which then improves comprehension, descriptions, and memory, among other vital academic skills. 


Focus: Fluency and articulation
Ages: 6-10 years old

This class helps children who experience stuttering and have difficulty expressing their ideas and thoughts. It focuses on stuttering/fluency education, desensitization, basic communication, fluency shaping and stuttering modification. Activities include journaling, theater, choral/partner reading, and more.


Focus: Pragmatic communication
Ages: 10-16+

This class designed to help pre-teens navigate the complexities of interacting with the people around them. Be it at school, the mall, or even at home with you! Social communication encompasses a wide range of skills such as how to start or continue a conversation, ways to show you're listening to someone using your whole body (as opposed to saying yeah or uh huh while looking at your phone, or even something as simple as figuring out how to tell if someone is happy or angry with you based on their face/tone of voice. Social Group is a judgement free zone for your child to learn the ins and outs of socializing, while having a blast with same-aged peers.

3 Key Benefits Of Therapy Classes


Classes Mimic The Real World

Whether it be writing legibly at school or verbally communicating with peers, our therapy classes prepare children to engage in the world we live in.


Boundaries Become Learning Experiences

In therapy classes  children practice sharing, taking turns, starting conversations, and following the rules. Learning these skills in a safe environment will help your child to implement these in everyday life.


Positive Peer Influence

Children who can identify the error in someone else's speech or movement will be more likely to recognize their own. They can apply this knowledge to their own growth, all while encouraging their friends.

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