Speech Therapy in Atlanta – We Come to You!

At Sage Speech, we offer specialized speech therapy services for children and young adults. And we are highly effective. Our speech therapists perform comprehensive assessments for each child and then design personalized treatment approaches to close existing developmental gaps for each child. We also partner with trusted professionals including pediatricians, psychologists, reading specialists, tutors, and occupational therapists to provide all-encompassing solutions.

 

Our services include pediatric speech-language therapy as well as associated reading, psychological, and occupational therapy. Our programs are individually created for children and young adults who need help with any aspect of communication, oral motor and feeding issues, and social language skills. We also include parents, caregivers, and teachers in the process to make sure the child gets all the support and help possible.

 

Is your baby having trouble making basic sounds? Are you concerned that your toddler isn’t talking yet? Have an elementary school child who is struggling with social interactions or articulation? We can help. We offer free phone consultations with a licensed speech language pathologist. And if you already have a diagnosis such as apraxia or language delay, we’re ready to start working with your child.

We offer free phone evaluations
with a licensed speech pathologist.

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Welcome To Our Practice

We provide the most current speech therapy interventions, effective caregiver training, and ultimately a successful outcome for your child. We are based in Atlanta, Georgia and primarily work in Brookhaven, Buckhead, Dunwoody, East Cobb, and Sandy Springs. We work with children and young adults on speech therapy, social interactions, reading difficulties, tongue thrust therapy, and more.

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What Is Speech Therapy?

Speech therapy is teaching people with speech and language problems to speak more clearly. A child may have trouble saying words or sounds. Or they may repeat sounds and not be able to say the whole word. Or start strong with new sentences but trail off by the end to where they can’t be heard. Pediatric speech therapists help children learn how to produce sounds and how to better understand and use language. And best of all, speech therapy is fun!

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What Makes Us Different?

Children are more successful when loving caregivers guide and encourage them through difficult tasks. We structure our speech therapy to include direct intervention with each child multiple times a week, at a place they are comfortable. We also provide custom training for caregivers and teachers to provide even more support to your child.

We’re hiring!! We are looking for an incredible speech pathologist to join the team, full or part time.

Disorders we treat:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Language Based Learning Disorders
  • Articulation & Phonological Disorders
  • Apraxia of Speech
  • Tongue Thrust/Myofunctional
  • Language & Cognitive Disorders
  • Language Processing delays
  • Pre-Literacy and Reading Disorders
  • And Many More…

A Message From Our Founder:

I’m Saren Schapiro and I am a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist.  I believe in the power of early intervention and I have seen first hand the impact that speech-language therapy has on a child’s development, self confidence, and foundational skills.  Thank you for the privilege of being a part of your child’s success!

 

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  • SAGE Advice: My 1st grader still can't say his R sound. Is it time for speech therapy? YES!!! Did you know there are 21 different types of R sounds in English (Er, Ar, Ear, Ire…)? That is a lot of R’s for a child to master!...

  • SAGE Advice: Question- My 2-year-old only has a few words. When should I see a speech pathologist? Is 2 too young? Advice- By age 2, we expect children to be using a rich vocabulary of 200 or more words, and using short sentences such as “mommy up.” ...

  • Please pass along to any qualified Speech and Language Pathologists.  SAGE is hiring and adding to the team!  Flexible hours and great pay! Please Email: saren@sagespeech.com  ...

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