A Brighter Future, One Step at a Time

Speech, Language, and Occupational Therapy for children and their families.

Enjoy more meaningful interactions + Foster strong, confident learners + Celebrate your child’s progress

You know your child best.

If something feels…off…with your child’s development—whether it’s talking, walking, or other milestones, there is something you can do. We’ll help you on the journey toward positive change.

You know your child best.

If something feels…off…with your child’s development—whether it’s talking, walking, or other milestones, there is something you can do. We’ll help you on the journey toward positive change.

Help Your Child Start on the Path to Success

Our kind and dedicated therapists will give you the support you need.

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Improved Communication

Our Speech-Language Pathologists will help your child unlock their ability to communicate through fun and evidence-based therapies.

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Increased Independence

Your child can develop the skills they need for life with the help of our Occupational Therapist’s creative approaches.
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Enhanced Learning

We’ll help you lay the foundation for your child to become a strong, confident, creative learner.
Pamela Mayer

The Answers You’re Looking For

Let’s make a plan that addresses your child’s specific needs.

1. Talk to Us

A conversation with one of our team members will help us guide you to the next best steps for your child.

2. Get an Evaluation

Starting with a questionnaire, listening to your concerns, and observing your child, we create a customized plan for therapy.

3. Begin Therapy

Your child’s therapist will work with your family to set goals for building skills and celebrate with you as your child makes progress.

“When we were told that our son needed speech therapy, we were anxious. However, after meeting our therapist and seeing her work with our son we felt relieved and excited. She is a tremendously caring person, and has provided us with excellent tools and techniques that we can use to help our children at home.”

Shon and Rachel Villars

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You’re worried, but there is hope.

When your child isn’t talking, walking, is hard to understand, or isn’t playfully engaging with you, it’s easy to get scared. How do you help them now and in the future?

At Talk & Play Associates, we understand how tough it is to parent a child with delays or a diagnosed condition. While you’re relieved to get answers, you’re also worried about labels and setbacks.

That’s why our team of empathetic and skilled therapists is here to listen to and support your family. We employ the most current therapies and techniques to help your child build independence and create meaningful connections.

There is a bright future for your child!

Let’s work together to help equip your child with the skills necessary to navigate the world. Together, we’ll set goals, build skills, and celebrate as your child progresses.

“Talk and Play Associates is simply THE BEST. My son with ASD has been going for over a year, and he has gone from not being able to answer questions, not saying yes or no, to answering questions, advocating his needs and wants, and also asking his own questions! He has grown so much; we could not be more happy with his progress.”

Aubrey Carlson

“Such a great place! My children LOVE coming to both their therapy sessions (OT/ST). I have noticed a big difference in my children in just under a year of therapy and couldn’t be happier. They really give it their all! I can’t say enough good things about this practice!”

Denise Borrelli

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