Specialized Training - Specialized Care
Feeding, Speech / Language, & Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy
3692 West Market Street, Johnson City, Tennessee 37604
20+ Years of Experience
Specialists in feeding, speech & myofunctional therapy
Providing kids and parents with the highest-quality boutique therapy services is the "beat to our heart". We understand that the decision to birth, adopt, or foster a child is the equivalent to allowing your heart to walk outside of your body for the rest of your life. We would be excited and honored to enter into a partnership with you and be apart of your child's growth as we watch your "heart" grow into its very best version.
How We Can Help
Based upon your child's initial evaluation, we will determine which treatment
approach would be most beneficial for your child.
Feeding / Lactation
Providing you and your child with the
skills and tools needed to make mealtime enjoyable and productive is the
MILK TO OUR SHAKE!
Speech / Language
Providing you and your child with
the tools and skills needed for
effective communication is the
LIGHT TO OUR FIRE!
Providing you and your child with the tools and skills needed to improve eating, speech, sleep, and breathing is the SPRINKLES ON OUR SUNDAE!
Our approach to helping your child succeed is to meet them on their level, using a play-based approach during an individualized session designed specifically for your child's needs. Specialized training and a commitment to continuing our education allows us to provide the best therapy services.
- Drool excessively
- Snore and/or grind their teeth
- Have a tongue thrust
- Experienced prolonged pacifier use (past 6 months) or suck thumb/fingers
Speech, Feeding, and/or Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy Would Likely Benefit Your Child If They:
- Use less words than other children their age
- Are not understood by the majority of listeners
- Are having trouble breast or bottle-feeding
- Have a lip or tongue-tie
- Are a picky eater
- Gag, vomit or spit food out during meals
- Have difficulty understanding
- Breathe with their mouth open