beyond speech therapy is for people of all ages


Beyond Speech Therapy is an outpatient clinic that provides skilled rehabilitation from licensed speech language pathologists in the areas of language, articulation, apraxia, dysarthria, stuttering, cluttering, aphasia, auditory processing, dysphagia, phonological processes, social skills, cognition, memory, voice, cognitive linguistic disorders and Pediatric Occupational Therapy.



Our goal is to provide a positive and nurturing environment for clients and families of all ages to enhance and develop lifelong valuable skills that will improve their quality of life and activities of daily living.



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Beyond Speech Therapy is hiring!

TWO POSITIONS AVAILABLE


• Speech-Language Pathologist
AND/OR
• Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant


If you are interested in applying
please give us a call at the office.

(805) 591-7188




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Find confidence in life to shine! No matter what phase of life you are in we can help you on your speech journey to find your inner confidence. ... See MoreSee Less
Find confidence in life to shine! No matter what phase of life you are in we can help you on your speech journey to find your inner confidence.
📣Beyond Speech Therapy is hiring! 📣

We are looking for a Speech-Language Pathologist and/or a Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant.

If you are interested in applying please give us a call at (805) 591-7188
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📣Beyond Speech Therapy is hiring! 📣

We are looking for a Speech-Language Pathologist and/or a Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant. 

If you are interested in applying please give us a call at (805) 591-7188
Need more tips on how to help your child when they're at home?

Start by focusing on what the child can do! 🌟

Try to avoid overemphasizing what he or she can't do and instead pay attention to improvements in speech. Remember to praise other small victories like picking up toys being polite or using the bathroom and don't be tempted to allow bad behavior simply because the child has a speech problem.

This is a great way to continue to help create a healthy environment for the child to learn and feel safe! For more tips give us a follow so you won't miss anything! 🤩
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Need more tips on how to help your child when theyre at home?

Start by focusing on what the child can do! 🌟

Try to avoid overemphasizing what he or she cant do and instead pay attention to improvements in speech. Remember to praise other small victories like picking up toys being polite or using the bathroom and dont be tempted to allow bad behavior simply because the child has a speech problem.

This is a great way to continue to help create a healthy environment for the child to learn and feel safe! For more tips give us a follow so you wont miss anything! 🤩
At Beyond Speech Therapy our goal is to provide a positive and nurturing environment for clients and families of all ages to enhance and develop lifelong valuable skills that will improve their quality of life and activities of daily living.

If you or a loved one would like to work with a speech pathologist today, give us a call 805-591-7188
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At Beyond Speech Therapy our goal is to provide a positive and nurturing environment for clients and families of all ages to enhance and develop lifelong valuable skills that will improve their quality of life and activities of daily living.

If you or a loved one would like to work with a speech pathologist today, give us a call 805-591-7188
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Start your journey with Beyond Speech Therapy today!
What is phonological awareness?

Phonological awareness is the ability to recognize and manipulate the spoken parts of sentences and words. This includes the ability to identify words that rhyme, recognizing alliteration, segmenting a sentence into words, identifying the syllables in a word, and blending and segmenting onset-rimes.

Phonological awareness is an important and reliable predictor of later reading ability making it an important part of learning that should be worked on early on.
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What is phonological awareness? 

Phonological awareness is the ability to recognize and manipulate the spoken parts of sentences and words. This includes the ability to identify words that rhyme, recognizing alliteration, segmenting a sentence into words, identifying the syllables in a word, and blending and segmenting onset-rimes.

Phonological awareness is an important and reliable predictor of later reading ability making it an important part of learning that should be worked on early on.
"Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded" -Jess Lair

Have a wonderful week everyone!
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Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded -Jess Lair 

Have a wonderful week everyone!
What results should you expect once you start speech therapy?

Your child’s work with a speech therapist may last for months or even for a few years. It depends on your child’s needs. You will probably see improvement in your child’s issues. Remember, though, that therapy can’t “cure” your child. The underlying speech or language issue will still be there.

The therapist should give you and your child strategies to deal with obstacles more effectively. She will likely give you activities to practice at home to reinforce the skills your child is learning. Kids who make the most progress tend to be those whose get involved in their treatment!
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What results should you expect once you start speech therapy?

Your child’s work with a speech therapist may last for months or even for a few years. It depends on your child’s needs. You will probably see improvement in your child’s issues. Remember, though, that therapy can’t “cure” your child. The underlying speech or language issue will still be there.
 
The therapist should give you and your child strategies to deal with obstacles more effectively. She will likely give you activities to practice at home to reinforce the skills your child is learning. Kids who make the most progress tend to be those whose get involved in their treatment!