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Why choose The Speech Hub

"Some people have a way with words.  
A Speech Language Pathologist has a way with helping people find their words"

At The Speech Hub, we are dedicated to providing exceptional speech therapy services to children of all ages. Our focus is on creating personalized treatment plans that meet the unique needs of each child. We offer therapy services in the comfort of your own home or in your child's school, making it easy and convenient for you and your child.
One of our primary treatment focuses are for children with motor-speech disorders such as Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), as well as articulation disorders. Using a motor-planning based approach, we emphasize the development of motor planning skills, which are essential for accurate and efficient speech production. We work closely with parents to develop personalized treatment plans that are both effective and engaging.
At The Speech Hub, we believe that open communication between us and parents is crucial for successful therapy outcomes. We prioritize parent involvement in therapy sessions and offer additional "parent-only" time for guidance and support. We are committed to helping children achieve their communication goals and providing parents with the tools and knowledge to continue supporting their child outside of therapy sessions.
Join our community at The Speech Hub and experience the difference in speech therapy services. We are here to support your child's communication development every step of the way.

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Rebecca Levy, M.S. CCC-SLP

Owner of The Speech Hub LLC

As a speech pathologist of 15 years and a parent myself, I understand the worry parents face today about whether their children are meeting their language milestones. Frequent school closures and limited social and communication interactions, difficulty finding an available and effective speech therapist that can meet your preferred masking and social distancing requirements, as well the time required to drive to and from therapy and other activities has made it difficult to find the right therapist.

I started the Speech Hub because I wanted to offer a way for families to have easy access to the speech services they need- this is not easily accomplished by walking into a room for 30 minutes to "work on their speech," and then go an entire week losing the skills they worked on waiting for their next session.

I wanted to make sure all our families feel confident in helping their children to continue addressing their goals and making progress every day, and the best way to do that is to have additional time reserved just for you to not only answer your questions, but offer actual training for  so you can continue their speech therapy at home all week long.  We know this method will help your child succeed and possibly shorten how long they need to attend speech therapy!

 Please reach out to us to schedule a consultation so we can help your child's language right away- we look forward to speaking with you soon.

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About Rebecca:

Rebecca is an ASHA-certified Speech-Language Pathologist and has worked in a wide range of settings including private-practice, schools, special education, and more since obtaining her Master’s degree in 2006. She has also successfully mentored students and clinical fellows, ran therapy departments as Director of Rehabilitation, and spent several years consulting and educating other speech pathologists throughout her career, providing mentorship and creating and teaching continuing education classes. 

Rebecca currently treats children with speech and articulation delays.  She has a special interest in Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), which evolved from her advanced training and learning in motor planning for treating swallowing disorders.

Some noteworthy events in her career include being an invited speaker and featured guest on professional podcast episodes, including episodes of Swallow Your Pride podcast, being an invited speaker to state-wide speech and hearing conventions, an accepted presenter at the annual national convention for her professional speech organization, ASHA (American Speech and Hearing Association).  She co-hosted a professional education symposium with over 1000 attendees, in which she also presented one of the courses offere and has presented a number of educational lectures and professional development courses for other Speech-Language Pathologists.  Rebecca is an honored recipient of the ACE Award, a formal recognition of continued professional study and demonstration of their commitment to lifelong learning.

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