We are a pediatric speech therapy private practice offering speech, language, and feeding therapy for clients birth-18 years.

our mission

Our mission is to help your child DISCOVER his or her full potential through communication.

our values

Our team strives to provide excellent client and family-centered care through connection, collaboration, integrity, and kindness.

services provided

We offer a full range of evaluations and therapy including:

  • articulation
  • feeding
  • social communication
  • apraxia
  • stuttering
  • early intervention
  • AAC
  • receptive language
  • expressive language
  • phonology

currently accepting new clients

We are currently accepting clients at our West Knoxville location! No pediatrician referral is needed prior to contacting us.

Our team of SLPs is ready to help your child’s communication skills grow.

location

Our convenient West Knoxville location is on Kingston Pike, just west of Pellissippi Parkway.

speech therapy news and blog

Read the latest helpful blog posts from our speech therapy experts.

The Importance of Autism Acceptance Month

The Importance of Autism Acceptance Month

While April used to be considered autism awareness month, there has been a recent shift to focus on autism acceptance month in order to promote not only knowledge of autism, but also a neurodiversity-affirming mindset.

Phonological Awareness, Literacy, and Speech Therapy

Phonological Awareness, Literacy, and Speech Therapy

Have you ever thought about how many times a day you read something? Whether it is reading a menu, reading an exit sign, or reading the instructions on the back of a box, reading is incorporated into almost every one of our daily activities. The same is true for...

Understanding Social Communication

Understanding Social Communication

One aspect of speech language therapy that not everyone may be familiar with is the social use of language, also known as pragmatics. Beyond knowing vocabulary, grammar, etc., an important part of language is knowing how to use it socially. According to ASHA.org,...

The Importance of Autism Acceptance Month

The Importance of Autism Acceptance Month

While April used to be considered autism awareness month, there has been a recent shift to focus on autism acceptance month in order to promote not only knowledge of autism, but also a neurodiversity-affirming mindset.

Phonological Awareness, Literacy, and Speech Therapy

Phonological Awareness, Literacy, and Speech Therapy

Have you ever thought about how many times a day you read something? Whether it is reading a menu, reading an exit sign, or reading the instructions on the back of a box, reading is incorporated into almost every one of our daily activities. The same is true for...

Understanding Social Communication

Understanding Social Communication

One aspect of speech language therapy that not everyone may be familiar with is the social use of language, also known as pragmatics. Beyond knowing vocabulary, grammar, etc., an important part of language is knowing how to use it socially. According to ASHA.org,...