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Our mission is to transform the lives of 100,000 people by 2023, by providing the most effective and affordable speech therapy. 

We help people communicate at their best, so that their voices are heard.

Hi, I’m Jessica, and this is my story...

I became a speech-language pathologist because I grew up with a brother who was born with severe physical disabilities. In watching the incredible, selfless way in which my family cared for him, I knew from a young age that I wanted to help other people.

I became a mother to a beautiful girl who is not “neuro typical” and had speech and language delays. Her early years felt like a puzzle I kept trying to solve, but was missing half the pieces. When other parents were deciding between soccer or dance, we were just tackling daily functioning. When your child struggles, there is nothing more elating and inspiring than seeing them make it through, and flourish, in their own unique light. 

Becoming a Speech Therapist has been life changing for me, and for my clients. Over the past 10+ years, I have worked and led teams in many clinical settings, with all ages, and a variety of communication disorders. From the young child who hadn’t found their voice, to the person who had a stroke and lost their ability to communicate. 

I believe that helping a single person communicate at their best can have a continuous, positive, rippling effect on our world.

That’s why we are creating the most effective, client-focused and affordable available. 

This is my story. I invite you to start your journey to a Better Speech with us.  

- Jessica Fitzgerald, Clinical Director (M.S, CCC-SLP)
  Better Speech 

Jessica and Ellie

Meet Our Team

Below just a few of our 100+ therapists

Jessica - M.S., CCC-SLP

Ashley - M.S., CCC-SLP

Vai - M.S., CCC-SLP


Sheri - M.S., CCC-SLP

Nathan - M.S., CCC-SLP


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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. is proud to be women-owned and 98% operated. We are growing rapidly and looking for highly qualified and experienced SLPs to join our 50+ team of professional SLPs providing online speech therapy.

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. 

"The online sessions and games worked better for Josh than his meetings with our previous therapist in person. Honestly it was easier for me too. Thanks for helping him progress so fast"

Elisa I., Mom to 3 Year old with Language Delay

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.