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.
Speech Therapy in the time of Covid-19:
We have pivoted to virtual speech therapy treatment (known as Tele-Therapy) for many of our families. For some children, virtual treatment will not be practical or effective. The decision will be made on a case by case basis in consult with the therapist and the parents. We are striving to continue to provide the best possible services given the circumstances. We are very proud to say that all of our therapists have taken up continuing education in the area of virtual treatment and spent much time in the past few months expanding and refining their knowledge in that area.
We are working on a plan to come back to face to face, in office visits. This will be a phased reopening, bringing children back in on a case by case basis. We ask for your patience as we find the best and most safe way to return to in person visits. The measures we will be taking will include disinfecting, limiting the number of people allowed to attend a session to one parent and the patient, closing our waiting room and redesigning our offices for appropriate distancing. For more information, call or email our Office Manager, Olivia at 520-721-4544 firstname.lastname@example.org.
We miss all of our families and the children that give our work meaning. We are thankful to our community for being supportive, understanding, and patience. We wish wellness and health to everyone and look forward to seeing you all soon!
We were recently interviewed by KGUN9 about our experience with pivoting to virtual treatment during the pandemic. View the segment here: https://www.kgun9.com/rebound/tucson-family-dealing-with-changes-to-speech-therapy-during-social-distancing
Even with our recent addition, we are committed to growth. Speech Center will bring on another excellent SLP soon. SLPs, please call us!
We are now interviewing to hire excellent CCC-
Speech Center of Southern Arizona is a private practice in Tucson celebrating 23 years of care. We are a group of experienced professionals who value a holistic approach to treating children with speech articulation, language, social cognition, voice, PVCM, and feeding/swallowing disorders. We also treat adolescents with articulation and voice disorders. We treat children, as well as our SLPs as unique and valuable individuals. Colleagueship and education in a beautiful environment build relationships of respect, support, and fun. This is a job opportunity for flexible hours and professional growth.
Phone: 520-721-4544; Email: email@example.com
Fax: 520-829-7743; Facebook: Facebook.com/speechcenterofsoaz
Address: 1760 E. River Rd. Suite 115, Tucson, AZ 85718