Our Speech-Language Pathologists evaluate and treat children with delays or disorders that can affect speech, language, voice, fluency, and dysphagia (feeding).

  • Is your child difficult to understand?

  • Do you need help learning where your child falls within expected developmental milestones?

  • Does he or she stutter?

  • Does your child have difficulty with eating?

  • If you have answered “Yes” to any of these questions, we are here to help you!

Speech-Language Pathologists can treat children of all ages with a wide variety of diagnoses:
Language Disorders
 Speech Disorders
 Fluency Disorders (Stuttering)
 Voice Disorders
 Swallowing Disorders
 Feeding Disorders

Speech Therapy

Occupational Therapy

​ Our Pediatric Occupational Therapists focus on the areas of cognitive and perceptual skills, self- care skills, social skills, fine motor skills,  and gross motor skills.

Occupational Therapists can treat the following:
Sensory integration
Gross motor
Fine motor/hand skills
Self-care (feeding, bathing, dressing, etc)
Pre-handwriting/ Handwriting
Visual perception
Early intervention/ developmental type treatment

​​ Reach provides a licensed Therapist, a facilitator, and all technology needed. The Therapist works remotely from their home and provides Speech or Occupational Therapy via Zoom. Inside the school, the facilitator is with the students assisting in the Zoom call and providing supervision.

The Therapist attends all IEP meetings, performs evaluations or testing, and completes documentation and billing as determined by the school.