Speech & Language Pathology

We are the leading speech and language therapy group in the Metro East.
Contact us to learn more about how we can help you, your family & your child today.

“We are now also offering Executive Function Coaching, Dyslexia Evaluation as well as Dyslexia Therapy.
Check out our services page to learn more.”

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Social Skills Group

We are committed to providing the type of speech therapy that will help you and your family.

Group Speech Therapy

We conduct Speech Therapy Groups in addition to individual therapist visits for social disorders.

IQ & Academic Testing

In addition to speech and language therapy we test IQ & Academic performance to identify strengths & weaknesses.

Speech & Language Evaluations

How your child pronounces words, what your child understands, childs pitch, speed & level of loudness, natural eye contact and smooth flow of speech.

Individual Speech Therapy

No two children develop or learn at the same pace; some children excel in a group environment, while others thrive during one-on-one time.

Social Skills Group

Social communication skills are crucial for the growing, learning child. The way that children learn to communicate & interact now sets how they will as an adult.

IQ & Academic Testing

Standardized measures to determine cognitive and academic achievement skills.

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Metro East Therapy

About Metro East Therapy

At Metro East Therapy we analyze, investigate, address, treat and help to prevent an array of disorders related to speech & language.

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Our Mission at Metro East Therapy

“Bringing out the best in your child and family by providing accessible resources and compassionate experts committed to helping your child flourish”

Maggie Block
CEO of Metro East Therapy

Your Speech Therapist Visit


Recent News

One of the first questions I get asked when a parent is considering therapy is, "How long will this take?". This is a fair question to ask! I wish I could look into a crystal ball and answer with certainty, but it is just not possible. For example, 2 children with the same articulation problem, who are the same age, and have the same cognitive ability can (and will) respond completely different to therapy. So many factors come into play! On the other hand, a child with several errors can also complete therapy quicker than a child with only one error! Of course, in the examples above I referred to articulation, but as speech language pathologists, we also work closely with children in many other forms as well. Therapy takes TIME. As trained and skilled professionals, we are equipped to identify and design a therapy plan that is completely unique and specific to every child and family, taking into account their social/emotional development, cognitive and linguistic processes and even their self-awareness skills. Language is complex; thus, therapy is too! Clear as mud? Thought so.
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Handwriting Heroes
Ages: 6-9
This camp is a great way to maintain and improve handwriting skills over the summer. We use a variety of learning strategies including kinesthetic learning, visual and auditory learning strategies, and Handwriting Without Tears. In addition, we will integrate creative and unique writing games and prompts to make writing more engaging.
Camp Dates –
June 17th – June 20th
July 29th – August 2nd

Sensory Playtime
Ages: 3-5
This camp is all about trying new sensory experiences! We will try a variety of touches, movements and activities to alert and calm our bodies down. In addition, we will work on fine motor strengthening, upper extremity strengthening and motor sequencing.
Camp Dates –
June 10th – June 14th
July 22nd – July 26th

Cursive Conquerors
Ages: 9-11
This camp is focused on teaching the basics of cursive handwriting. We will teach the basics including letter formation, word formation and signature but in a creative and interactive way. We focus on using learning through multiple senses to increase learning opportunities and retention of skills including tactile, auditory, kinesthetic, and visual in addition to Handwriting Without Tears protocol.
Camp Dates –
June 17th – June 20th
July 29th – August 2nd

Crafty Campers
Ages: 3-5 & 6-8
Fun and creative way to work on fine motor skills. Within this group, we will work on skills including pre-writing strokes (3-5 year group), writing name (6-8 year group), cutting skills, bilateral coordination, upper extremity strengthening, fine motor strengthening and much more! Our group will include body exercise, fine motor warm up, and a craft activity.
Camp Dates –
Ages 3-5: June 3rd – 7th or June 24th – 28th
Ages 6-8: June 10th – 14th or July 22nd – 26th

Lunch Bunch
Ages 3-5 & 6-8
This camp will work on food acceptance and reduce stress around mealtime. The goal is to increase positive interactions with food. Candidates will eat less than 20 foods, refusal to eat an entire category of foods, refuse new foods completely and eat different food set than family.
Camp Dates –
Ages 3-5: June 3rd – 14th
Ages 6-8: June 17th – June 28th or July 22nd – August 2nd