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never been very good at listening to their elders, but they
have never failed to imitate them.”
- James Baldwin
New office opens in Statesville at 129 N Tradd Street
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Meredith Schoore joins Carolina Speech And Occupational Therapy in the Statesville area
Speech Therapist Robin Goldberg joins Carolina Speech And Occupational Therapy in the Charlotte area
Occupational Therapist Morgan Jones joins Carolina Speech And Occupational Therapy in the Charlotte area
SLP Heather Harwell joins Carolina Speech And Occupationa Therapy in the Statesville region
The Feeding Center expands to Statesville at 218 W. Broad St, Ste 27, Statesville, NC 28677
Erin Ray, MA CCC-SLP joins the Feeding Center.
Our therapists provide speech and language therapy in the child’s natural environment, their home. We can come to the child’s home to provide therapy, making it more convenient for parents and enabling parents to be more involved in the therapy process. The therapist can then give the parent direct speech and language eliciting techniques and ideas to use outside of therapy.
In Daycares and Schools
Our therapists provide speech and language therapy in the child’s natural environment, so if a child attends daycare or preschool, the therapist will go to the child’s daycare or school for therapy. We engage the teachers in strategies and ideas to address speech and language deficits in the classroom and send home notes to parents to inform of progress and strategies for in the home.
We offer specialized, clinic based feeding therapy in Charlotte and Statesville at our Charlotte Speech and & Feeding Centesr, located in the NODA district in Charlotte and in downtown Statesville. The Feeding Clinic offers individualized therapy with speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists specializing in feeding aversions and swallowing disorders in children from birth to adolescents. We have experience with NICU feeding difficulties, feeding aversions, children with feeding tube dependence, trouble transitioning to textures in babies and toddlers, difficulty breastfeeding or poor latch, and more.