We believe that each child is an individual with strengths and needs.
We provide solutions that work for children and their families.
All people are fully expressed and heard as a gift to their own life
and as a possibility in their community.
Every child is fundamentally unique. By using what we learn about who that child is, how they learn, and what they love, we can help accomplish their communication goals while modeling techniques for parents and caregivers to continue using at home. Children expand their imaginative, social, language, and intellectual skills through play, exploration, nature experiences, and story-telling. By working with parents along with the child, our therapists are able to give families tools to increase communication outside of the office. This accelerates the process of overcoming speech difficulties while building parent knowledge of how they can impact their child's communication and development.
We hope this website answers your questions regarding the care we provide. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us.
After a long search we have hired a new SLP to join our team! Hannah Irving, MS CCC-SLP will start providing services in June 2022. We are excited to have her with us! Check out our About Us page for a bio on Hannah.
Laura Mosier retirement: We will miss you!
After 45 years of service, Laura retired in May 2022. We will miss her and feel the loss of all the experience and kindness she brought to her work. We are honored that she chose to spend her final 6 years of her carrier with us at Speech Center! Thank you Laura and have fun in your retirement!
Welcome back to in-person service!
At this time all in-person services are provided masked when possible. All accompanying family members and therapists are required to wear masks in our office. We are currently taking other precautions for our in-person sessions including limiting the number of family members present, closing our waiting room, using exterior entrances, enhanced cleaning, and using HEPA air filters in every treatment space.
Along with our regular, in-person services we are now also providing teletherapy. For some children, virtual treatment will not be practical or effective. The decision will be made on a case by case basis in consultation with the therapist and parents. We are very proud to say that in 2020 all of our therapists took continuing education in the area of virtual treatment and expanded and refined their knowledge in that area.
Phone: 520-721-4544; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax: 520-829-7743; Facebook: Facebook.com/speechcenterofsoaz
Address: 1760 E. River Rd. Suite 115, Tucson, AZ 85718