Speech Therapy Lake Nona, Orlando

Pediatric Speech Therapy in Orlando, Lake Nona, & Saint Cloud

Orlando Pediatric Speech Therapy Office

New Location! I will be offering in-clinic visits in Orlando on select days. As part of this new location, I am excited to be able to collaborate with a team of professionals that can offer families comprehensive & integrated feeding & supportive care. This team consists of an Occupational Therapist, RN/IBCLC’s and Craniosacral Therapist.

10967 Lake Underhill Rd. Suite 138 Orlando, FL 32825

Saint Cloud Pediatric Speech Therapy Office

Monarch Speech Therapy recently opened a new pediatric speech pathology office conveniently located in Saint Cloud, FL. Offering a short drive for clients located in Lake Nona and Harmony. Contact me today to schedule an appointment.

1714 E Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Suite A, Saint Cloud, FL 34771

Offering speech therapy from the comfort of your home-Lake Nona

Pediatric speech therapy in clinic: Orlando, Saint Cloud, & Harmony

Nationally certified & Licensed Speech Pathologist

Testimonials

When our son was 2 years old we couldn’t understand about 90% of his speech. We tried multiple speech therapists but nobody was able to help until he started working with Ana. I would, and have recommended to anyone has a child struggling with their speech.

Matt W., Saint Cloud Parent

Our daughter started speech therapy with Ana when she was 3 years old and right away we could tell a huge difference in her speech. Ana came up with such unique ways to engage my child so that she was able to maximize the hour sessions.

Stephanie L. , Lake Nona Parent

Does my child need speech therapy?

Pediatric Speech Therapy Saint Cloud

Here are some signs of a speech or language disorder in a young child (age 3 and under):

  • Does not smile or interact with others (birth and older)
  • Does not babble (4-7 months)
  • Makes only a few sounds or gestures, like pointing (7-12 months)
  • Does not understand what others say (7 months-2 years)
  • Says only a few words (12-18 months)
  • Says words that are not easily understood by others (18 months-2 years)
  • Does not put words together to make sentences (1.5-3 years)
  • Produces speech that is unclear, even to familiar people (2-3 years)

Nervous about starting speech therapy?
Read our step-by-step guide.

How to start speech therapy

What are the benefits of speech therapy?

Maximizes a
child’s success

Saves time
and money

Prepares a child
for kindergarten

Sets child on
a good course

Speech pathologist with child reading book

What should you expect from your consultation? You will talk to a certified speech-language pathologist and can discuss your concerns regarding your child’s development and communication skills. I will then review some communication milestones for your child’s age, and we can determine whether an evaluation is recommended. My goal is to give you the tools you need to help your child. Your consultation is pressure free, and there are no obligations to schedule an evaluation or therapy.

If your child receives services through their school, has received a speech/language evaluation within the last 6 months, and/or has a current IEP, an evaluation by Monarch may not be needed. Please provide a copy of the most recent evaluation and/or IEP, so I can determine whether we can use that information to initiate therapy services.