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Speech Therapy Services for Improving Communication Skills

Our speech therapists offer a wide range of services, including evaluation and guidance for parenting, contract-based work, and remote communication.

Coaching Parents

Valuable guidance for parents on how to enhance their child's speech.

Contracts

Contract with schools and nearby child care facilities for work.

Evaluations

Evaluating a child's speech abilities and overall performance.

Virtual Speech Therapy

Speech therapy provided remotely for convenience and accessibility.

Interactive Seminars

Group sessions to support improved social skills

Our Miraculous Reviews

Testimonials from Our Clients

Parents love Miracles in Motion! Discover how our compassion and experience creates a safe and engaging environment, helping children thrive and overcome challenges.

As a parent, I absolutely love this Speech therapy program! It's been a game changer for my kid, helping them grow both physically and emotionally. Highly recommended!

Vanessa D.

I am beyond grateful for this speech and language therapy program. It's been a true blessing for my son, helping him improve communication.

Christina B.

Miracles in Motion has been incredibly helpful in addressing my child's articulation problems. We've seen gradual results! I was impressed with their approach to therapy

Aaron G.
  1. Convenience: Patients can attend therapy sessions from the comfort of their homes, eliminating the need to travel to a clinic.

  2. Accessibility: Virtual therapy makes speech and language services more accessible to individuals in remote or underserved areas.

  3. Flexibility: Virtual therapy offers more flexibility in scheduling sessions, making it easier to fit into busy schedules.

  4. Technological tools: Virtual therapy often utilizes various technological tools and software to enhance therapy sessions, making them more engaging and effective.

  5. Caregiver/ Family Involvement: Virtual therapy emphasizes the importance and implementation of family input and support to carry out goals. Involvement during sessions in collaboration with the speech therapist has proven to enhance effective carry over of strategies modeled during sessions. 

We currently are private pay and out of network provider. However, we can provide you with a superbill that outlines services rendered. This superbill may be submitted on your behalf to your insurance company for reimbursement. Checking your out-of-network benefits with your insurance company is strongly encouraged.

No! The earlier the better! Early intervention (EI) is the process of providing services and supports to infants, toddlers, and their families when a child (birth to 3) has, or is at risk for, a developmental delay, disability, or health condition that may affect typical development and learning. The goal of EI is to lessen the effects of a disability or delay by addressing identified needs of young children across five developmental area:

  • cognitive development
  • communication development
  • physical development, including vision and hearing
  • social or emotional development
  • adaptive development

Although young, children birth to 3 can benefit from virtual speech therapy. The SLP will provide strategies for both the parent and child that can be implemented right in the comfort of your home.

We currently provide virtual services in California, Maryland, and New Jersey.

Call for a consultation to speak with a therapist regarding your concerns and also feel free to visit the following link provided by our national organization (ASHA) to gauge developmental milestones for your child. 

https://www.asha.org/public/developmental-milestones/

Yes. An assessment is imperative prior to beginning therapy. There needs to be a comprehensive evaluation of an individual’s present speech/language skills prior to developing a treatment plan. Speech/language assessments completed within the last 6 months are accepted.

Frequently Asked Questions

Speech & Language Therapy FAQ

Speech therapy often leads to many questions, see below for some common inquiries regarding this specialized form of speech therapy.