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Child working on vocabulary


An evaluation is necessary to determine an appropriate and effective plan of care for your child.  The process will take approximately 60 minutes.  During this time, your speech language pathologist will use a variety of measures to understand your child's needs.  This may include the following: parent report/conversation, clinical observation, and standardized/non-standardized assessments.

  • 1-hour evaluation

  • Written report

  • Plan of care

Mother and toddler playing together with


Treatment services include evidence-based practice and therapeutic approaches that are completely individualized.  There is no one-size-fits-all approach to therapy.  THT recognizes differences and adapts to meet the child where he/she is developmentally, and will design a plan to reflect those needs.

  • 30-minute individual session

  • Daily reporting on session

  • Data tracking



An IEP is an Individualized Education Program and is an integral part of a child’s intervention in the educational setting.  IEP meetings typically occur one to two times a year and are necessary to discuss progress and goals.  This process can be scary, but THT can help.  Schedule a consultation to review your child’s IEP and have a therapist accompany you to your child’s next meeting.

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