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Inspiring Talkers | Helping Each Child Reach Their Unique Potential

Inspiring Talkers primarily provides Speech, Occupational, and Physical Therapy for ages birth to 21. Their therapists are highly skilled professionals dedicated to improving the functional abilities of all children. They utilize play to carry out child-centered and family-friendly interventions. Inspiring Talkers therapists are committed to helping each child reach their unique potential in all skill areas.

Therapy Services They Offer

They provide comprehensive therapeutic services tailored to meet the diverse needs of children. From speech therapy to physical therapy and beyond, their team is dedicated to enhancing the lives of children through specialized interventions. 

Speech Therapy

Helps to improve communication, language, socialization, and cognition. Their speech therapists have specialized training in several areas including language development, articulation therapy, apraxia treatment, fluency, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), and multi-sensory-based strategies for literacy.

Signs your child may benefit from speech therapy:

  • Has fewer words than expected
  • Has difficulty asking or answering questions
  • Has trouble talking to friends and classmates
  • Is difficult to understand
  • Only talks about a few topics
  • Difficulty following directions

Occupational Therapy

Focuses on increasing participation in daily activities such as self-care, play, and social interactions. Their  OTs have training in programs and interventions including The Alert Program, The Zones of Regulation, Survival Animals, Autism Level UP, Handwriting Without Tears, and Floor Time.

Signs your child may benefit from occupational therapy:

  • Needs more help or takes longer than other kids to complete self-care or household tasks
  • Seems to have more intense emotions and reactions than other kids
  • Fine motor tasks seem difficult, rushed, or messy
  • Difficulty making friends and playing with others

Physical Therapy

Aims at improving gross motor, balance, and mobility to increase independence with functional activities. Our physical therapists have training in Neurodevelopmental Therapy, wheelchair fitting and mobility, orthotics, torticollis management, and more.

Signs your child may benefit from Physical Therapy:

  • Late to crawl or walk
  • Trips or falls frequently
  • Has more difficulty than other kids using playground equipment, riding a bike, or playing sports
  • Complains of pain or fatigue with physical activity

Feeding Therapy

They have both SLPs and OTs that provide feeding therapy. 

Their feeding therapists can address concerns including:

  • Difficulty getting enough to eat
  • Eating a limited variety of foods
  • Coughing, gagging, or vomiting while eating
  • Difficulty eating food by mouth
  • Difficulty chewing and controlling food in the mouth
  • Our feeding therapists draw from a variety of evidence-based feeding methods including the Get Permission Approach, Beckman Oral Motor, and Amp Care.


They have activity groups designed for all kids, as well as specialized therapeutic groups.

Telehealth, Intensives, and Hybrid options

They understand each family has unique needs. They offer a variety of service delivery methods including telehealth, therapy intensives, and hybrid options so you can choose what works best for your family.

Get In Touch:


Physical Therapist
Occupational Therapist
Speech Therapist

Health Care

Nursing Specialist
Healthcare Worker/Nurse
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