STL Tiny Speech


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Our Services

Tiny Speech offers a wide variety of services to support your child’s speech-language development. We specialize in addressing Receptive and Expressive Language Delays and Disorders, Articulation/Phonological Delays and Disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, and Disfluency (Stuttering) Disorders. It can be hard as a parent to determine if your child requires additional support with their Speech or Language skills, so you can get peace of mind by taking advantage of our no-obligation complimentary consultation. 

Free Consultations

A consultation helps determine whether a full evaluation is warranted.

  • 10-15 minute phone discussion
  • Identifying parent concerns + Q&A
  • Determines if evaluation is necessary


An evaluation is used to create a treatment plan for your child.

  • Takes between one and four hours
  • Determines child's language strengths and weaknesses
  • Follow up conversation to review results


Frequency and duration of therapy will depend on the individual needs of your child but are typically scheduled in 30, 45, or 60 minutes increments.

  • One on one weekly sessions
  • Goal driven sessions
  • Provided in-home, school, or online


Frequently Asked Questions

We accept cash, credit card, and/or check. Tiny speech is an out-of-network provider. We can provide billing statements for you to submit to your insurance, although can not guarantee you will be reimbursed.

Non-emergency cancellations require 24 hours' notice. Non-emergencies include vacations, preplanned medical appointments, family events, parties, sports events, lack of babysitter or anything that is not designated as "emergency" (see below). The session must be canceled no later than 24 hours before the appointment. If non-emergency cancellations become excessive, the client may lose his or her weekly slot in the clinician's schedule. If the session is not canceled with 24 hours' notice it will be billed at full charge.

Emergency cancellations are accepted only for illness, illness of a family member or death in the family.  You and your child must be fever-free for 24 hours prior to the session. If you or your child arrives ill, you will be dismissed and charged for the session.

If your child has had an evaluation by a licensed speech-language pathologist within the last year, there may not be a need for another evaluation. 

Services are billed by auto-payment the day that services are provided. 

The ASHA certification is a nationally recognized professional credential in the fields of Speech-Language Pathology. When seeing, CCC-SLP, after a therapist name, it means the therapist has been awarded their Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology by ASHA. In order to be credentialed one must have a graduate degree, pass a national examination, and have 30 hours of continuing education every three years. 

You will need a computer or tablet connected to the internet. It is helpful to get your child set up before his or her appointment to ensure your technology is ready.

Yes! After the evaluation is completed, you will receive a written report describing the outcome of the standardized assessments.

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association provides many resources on typical speech and language development as well as parent suggestions.