As of January 2020, The Speech Spot expanded its services into the Kirkwood area with a new office in the Riggan Law building found at 130 West Monroe Ave in downtown Kirkwood. This expansion came at the same time that Kate Robertson moved into the role of co-owner...

To understand the differences between public school services and private services it’s best to start at the beginning by asking yourself, “what is best for MY child?” At The Speech Spot, our goal is to educate, counsel, and provide the best care for our clients. We kno...

As a parent, I have learned that breaks from school can be a great time to reinforce goals and concepts already learned as well as work on some things my child currently struggles with. Of course, if your kids are anything like mine, the second you mention the word “ho...

What brought you to The Speech Spot?

Liz and I worked together at the same elementary school a few years ago. She was a great resource for me as I was a fairly new therapist at the time.  Now that I have two busy kids at home, working again with Liz at The Speech Spot i...

Recently, The Speech Spot started to use an EMR (electronic medical record) system, called ClinicNote. This partnership has been a great fit from the start. ClinicNote has been so helpful in getting our systems up and running while being timely and attentive to all the...

Speech-language pathologists wear many hats in the area of child development. In addition to diagnosing and treating speech and language disorders, we are equally qualified to treat and diagnosis auditory processing disorders. Listening and speaking skills go hand-in-h...

What brought you to The Speech Spot? 

I was looking for a part-time position and I came across the Speech Spot’s website. I was thrilled to find this little gem in my neighborhood, and I knew it would be the perfect fit. 

Do you have any areas of special interest? 

I enjo...

To continue our blog series this month celebrating Better Speech and Hearing Month, we will focus on our tiniest communicators, infants. Most parents would assume that speech and language skills can only be assessed or addressed after a child has begun speaking around...

May is "Better Speech and Hearing Month", which is a month dedicated to bringing awareness to communication disorders and the fields of speech-language pathology and audiology. At The Speech Spot, we would like to honor this month with a series of blog posts dedicated...

What brought you to The Speech Spot?

I was a stay-at-home mom to 2 kids at the time and wanted to slowly get back into the speech/language therapy world. I missed working with kids on their speech and language needs. I wanted a flexible schedule and loved the clinic set...

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