Why Better Speech?
We've helped thousands of children and families. From toddlers to adults - clients have trusted us to help them meet their communication goals and gave our service 4.7 star rating. Read their reviews!
We do only one thing - and do it very very well: Speech Therapy.
Our clients are matched with the best therapist for their need and get an affordable therapy at the comfort of their home, when it's convenient for them (even on weekends or evenings).
We provide a Better Speech therapy that works!
Meet Our Team
Just few of our 50+ SLPs...
Michelle - M.S., CCC-SLP
Michelle has earned her Masters in Speech Therapy from CUNY Brooklyn College and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the ASHA, a California, New York and Nevada SLP license. She is trained to use PROMPT, SOS approach and LSVT trained.
Michelle has been a speech therapist for 10 years and worked in a variety of settings including public schools and adult rehabilitation facilities treating dysphagia and communication after a stroke.
Michelle loves to spend time with her husband and kids, practice yoga, or cook something fancy.
Stephanie - M.S., CCC-SLP
Stephanie graduated from San Francisco State, where she earned her Bachelors and Masters in Communicative Disorders. She has experience in working with children of all ages.
She specialized in working with language disorders, articulation difficulties, feeding, and Apraxia, and is trained in the S.O.S. (Sequential Oral Sensory) Approach to Feeding, PROMPT, Beckman Oral Motor approach, SCERTS, Social Thinking, and has had specialized training in working with children on the autism spectrum.
Stephanie loves to have fun colors in her hair and has a huge heart for animals, especially her three fur babies.
Katie - M.S., CCC-SLP
Katie received her Masters degree in speech from the University of Utah. She has extensive experience working in a school setting, an acute hospital setting, and at the highly specialized Voice Disorders Center at the University of Utah. She is licensed in California and has her CCC's from ASHA.
Katie has experience with early intervention, language and cognitive disorders, dysphagia, articulation/ phonological disorders, apraxia of speech, augmentative & alternative communication, fluency, autism spectrum disorder, and voice disorders.
Katie enjoys spending time with her husband, playing tennis, reading, playing the piano and singing.
Melissa - M.S., CCC-SLP
Melissa attended Oklahoma State University where she received her Masters in Communication Sciences
& Disorders. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA.
Melissa worked in a variety of settings including Acute care, Rehab, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Early Intervention, Schools, and Private clinics, and enjoys working with patients of all ages.
She has extensive training in dysphagia, neurological dysfunction, pediatric language acquisition, Alternative/ augmentative communication, and feeding/oral motor disorders including dysphagia for pediatrics and adults.
Lizzie - M.S., CCC-SLP
Lizzie is a speech-language pathologist licensed in New York. She specializes in treating children and teens with social communication disorders, language delays, and speech-sound disorders.
She has extensive training in Social Thinking, a program that teaches various social competencies, including perspective taking, conversation, executive function, and problem-solving skills. She is also PROMPT trained and has extensive experience working with children with apraxia and other speech-sound disorders.
Lizzie lives in Manhattan with her husband and two dogs.
Amy- M.S., CCC-SLP
Amy completed her undergraduate degree at California State University Long Beach and received her Master’s degree program at Nova Southeastern University. She specializes in Autism Spectrum Disorders and augmentative and alternative communication
Amy has experience in early intervention, articulation/phonological disorders, fluency, language disorders, cerebral palsy, Angelman Syndrome, and Apraxia of Speech.
Since having 2 young children, Amy spends time running after them, reading children’s books and having imaginary tea parties.
We Are Hiring!
You are an excellent SLP and want to focus on treatment instead of constantly trying to find new clients and do billing?
Then we are a perfect fit.
BetterSpeech.com is growing rapidly and looking for highly qualified and experienced SLPs to join our 50+ team of professional SLPs.
Why join us?
1. Attractive hourly rate - get a reliable & consistent income
2. Flexible - select your work hours, work from anywhere
3. We'll provide you the patients - don't spend time on marketing
4. We take care of billing and all admin, you get paid directly
5. Grow your skills - we keep you informed on best practices
You'll spend 100% of your time on helping patients
improve their lives.
Our Therapists Are Trained In:
PROMPT: An evidence based practice for speech sound disorders such as Childhood Apraxia of Speech.
S.O.S. (Sequential Oral Sensory) Approach to Feeding: To address problematic feeding behaviors & picky eaters.
Reading with TLC Lively Letters Program: The Lively Letters program is a powerful evidence based multi-sensory intervention program for kids with various learning challenges, dyslexia, speech and language disorders, and other reading difficulties.
LSVT LOUD ®: An effective speech treatment for people with Parkinson’s Disease and other neurological disorders.
Beckman Oral Motor Approach: Interventions to increase functional response to pressure and movement, range, strength, variety and control of movement for the lips, cheeks, jaw and tongue.
SCERTS: Focuses on building competence in Social Communication, Emotional Regulation and Transactional to address the core challenges faced by children and persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Social Thinking: A social skills curriculum intended for students with social learning disabilities, especially those with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
DIR Floortime: Relationship-based therapy for children with autism. The goal in this model of intervention is to play and interact with the child at their developmental level and build on their strengths.