A World with Words brings 30 years of speech therapy practice to Phoenix residents. The clinic aids in improving communication skills and deals with autism, apraxia, accent reduction, expressive-receptive language development, articulation, and myofunctional therapy. The founder is a CCC-SLP with a Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders, and the center is a provider for a number of carriers including Blue Cross Blue Shield and United Health Care.
Phoenix, AZ(480) 221-8650
Activities for Development has been offering speech therapy to the Phoenix community for 20 years. Therapists can treat children for a number of speech/language issues including tongue thrust, articulation disorder, swallowing issues, apraxia, sensory sensitivity, and cognitive language disorders. The clinic features a state-of-the-art facility, including an obstacle course, and flexible scheduling and works closely with families to make them partners in the process.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 404-8102
Alarys Home Care has been assisting patients with speech disorders in Scottsdale since 2004. The group provides in-home services and evaluations for the elderly and disabled including habilitation and companionship to help promote on-going therapy and social engagement for proper communication skills, and other services are housekeeping, transportation, meal preparation, and bathing/dressing. All caregivers complete a 16-point screening and training process, and the group offers 24-hour customer service.
Scottsdale, AZ(480) 444-7788
Arizona Home Health LLC has been a Phoenix speech therapy center since 2012. The Medicare and Medicaid Certified agency offers therapists for language disorder treatments, difficulty of swallowing management, and voice articulation therapy. Multi-lingual caregivers are also available for occupational therapy, social work, home health aide, physical therapy, and skilled nursing services, and the group has a nurse on-call 24/7.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 923-0111
Aspire Therapy treats speech disorders in Youngtown. Therapists at the center work with children on processing information, expressing wants and needs, limited vocabulary, speech sound errors, fluency issues, resonance and pitch, and feeding issues. A medical prescription is required for assessment and treatment, and parents can call to receive further information and to make an appointment. Aquatic and various other forms of therapy are also available, and Aspire works with a number of insurance carriers.
Youngtown, AZ(623) 972-4033
Big Apple Speech Therapy, LLC brings over 20 years of experience to speech therapy clients in Phoenix. Evaluation and treatment services are available for infants, children, teens, and adults, and therapy can be administered in-home, at school, and at the clinic as well. The therapist is state licensed and holds an ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 791-3646
Bilingual SLP Services is a Phoenix speech therapy group. Therapists handle communication disorders associated with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and cognitive disabilities for individuals from the age of one to 21, and services are available in-home, at the clinic, and at local and charter schools. Bilingual SLP works on articulation, stuttering, and feeding, and also offers full screening and evaluations as well as special education consulting services.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 626-8851
Desert Valley Pediatric Therapy treats speech disorders in Phoenix. Evaluation, ongoing assessment, and therapy services are available from birth through young adult, and licensed speech-language therapists work on oral/motor strengthening, feeding, swallowing, expressive/receptive language development, apraxia, fluency, articulation, and auditory processing. Families are actively educated on ways to continue treatment on a daily basis, and the center has been featured in Arizona Republic.
Phoenix, AZ(480) 704-5954
Dynamite Therapy has been an English and Spanish-speaking speech therapy center in Scottsdale for almost 10 years. The pediatric, home-based agency offers treatments to children of all ages for communication, speech, feeding, and swallowing difficulties and works via private referrals as well as with those in the Arizona Early Intervention Program, the Division of Developmental Disabilities, and the Nevada Early Intervention Program.
Scottsdale, AZ(480) 419-0848
Head2Toe, Inc. is an English and Spanish-speaking speech therapy center serving the Phoenix community. The speech-language pathologists specialize in assisting children with communication skills, are ASHA-accredited, and focus on play, attention, and problem solving to aid in speaking, receiving information, and expressive communication. The center is open seven days a week with late hours and actively engages parents in treatment as well.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 277-5006
Milestone Pediatrics handles speech therapy services in Chandler. The team of speech-language pathologists and SLP assistants help individuals with the development of receptive and expressive language, articulation, feeding and swallowing skills, social communication, and social skills as well as delays due to issues such as cerebral palsy and autism. All SLPs are state licensed, certified by the ASHA, hold a Master's degree, and fulfill continuing education requirements.
Chandler, AZ(480) 855-0474
Piller Child Development LLC helps those with communication disorders in Phoenix. Children are referred by primary care providers for issues with articulation, apraxia, mixed resonance, voice, stuttering, cluttering, cognition, feeding, swallowing, and language expression and comprehension. The founder is a certified Therapeutic Listening provider and Interactive Metronome Provider and specializes in SIPT, and employees are fluent in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language.
Phoenix, AZ(480) 398-4280
Ridge Zeller Therapy is a Chandler speech therapy center. Licensed and certified speech-language pathologists and speech therapy assistants work with children who have difficulties with comprehension, expression of spoken and written words, voice loss, stuttering, fluency, and swallowing. Services are provided at the clinic, public schools, charter schools, homes, hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities, and staff development training is also available.
Chandler, AZ(480) 365-9981
Southwest Advanced Neurological Rehabilitation is a speech therapy center in Phoenix. Patients receive one-on-one sessions for improved daily communication skills including memory and speed of processing with the aim of enabling people to be independent and employed. The center is one of four programs in Arizona offering Comprehensive Neurological Vocational Rehab for the Department of Economic Security and also has a community exercise program for discharged and underinsured patients.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 393-0520
Stuttering and Speech Therapy of Arizona helps people with communication disorders in Gilbert. The clinic works with individuals of all ages on stuttering, articulation, social language, sounds, language delays, and other communication concerns. The founder is a certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, a licensed speech-language pathologist, and the Phoenix chapter co-leader of the National Stuttering Association.
Gilbert, AZ(480) 719-6535
SYNERTX Rehabilitation has been serving the Phoenix area with speech therapy for almost 20 years. The contract rehab service provider keeps large, urban sub-acute facilities as well as rural program centers staffed as needed on a flexible basis with qualified speech-language pathologists and other therapists. The group also features clinical programs, marketing support, and electronic documentation and billing software for optimized treatment options and bottom-line results.
Phoenix, AZ(888) 873-4221
T.E.A.M. 4 Kids handles speech therapy treatments in Surprise. The team helps children suffering from communication and feeding disorders due to various issues and developmental concerns. Speech-language pathologists and feeding therapists use a variety of techniques and may also opt to utilize the Interactive Metronome in their sessions. T.E.A.M. 4 was an Opencare Patients' Choice Winner in 2015.
Surprise, AZ(800) 376-3440
The Clubhouse Innovative Therapy Centers provides speech therapy services to Phoenix residents. Speech-language pathologists work with children on listening skills, language comprehension, verbal expression, phonological awareness, and auditory processing, and adult rehab for communication and swallowing is also available. The founder is a CCC-SLP who previously worked at the Arizona Department of Education and continues to offer support to other therapists and educators.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 368-8601
Therapy Tree offers speech therapy services to the residents of Glendale. The center uses a multi-disciplinary and family-centric approach with pediatric speech and feeding therapies as well as speech and swallowing treatments for adults. Group courses, reading and spelling help, occupational therapy, and physical therapy services are also available, and all pediatric therapists are specialized in working with children.
Glendale, AZ(623) 500-2401