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Why choose ACT Speech Therapy?

ACT Therapy Services provides clinic or community-based speech therapy services for busy families and individuals.

We come to you: ACT Therapy Services offers medical based pediatric therapy in the natural environment and on campus at daycares, preschools, elementary schools and homes during the day for patients with an IEP.

Within a clinic: We provides pediatric services within our clinic located at 7400 Carmel Executive Park Drive, Suite 115, Charlotte, NC 28226.

Teletherapy: After an initial in-depth speech-language evaluation, speech or occupational therapy services can be provided through an online and private video service (HIPAA compliant).This service will be offered on a case by case basis. This allows families and clients to receive therapy services without leaving their home or having someone come to their home.

ACT Speech Therapy and Myo Services, PLLC is a therapist-owned, private company based in Charlotte, N.C. and upstate S.C. serving clients ages from infants to adults.

In our practice, we believe in treating each client as “whole” incorporating their interests, values, and occupations which allows us to better improve each client’s speech, language, cognition and swallowing.

ACT Speech Therapy is a concierge medical speech therapy company.  This means we come to you and provide excellent one-on-one service to each family we serve.

How can my child benefit from speech therapy?

Speech therapy focuses on speech and language development. These are important for the educational and social well-being of your child. Speech-Language Pathology focuses on areas including:

Articulation therapy: An articulation disorder is the decreased production of sounds including substitutions, omissions, additions or distortions that may result in reduced speech intelligibility.

Language therapy: Language therapy focuses on improving a child’s use of grammar, vocabulary, comprehension and social use of language.

Oral Motor Therapy (OMT)/Oral Placement Therapy (OPT): Oral Placement Therapy is a speech therapy which utilizes a combination of: (1) auditory stimulation, (2) visual stimulation and (3) tactile stimulation to the mouth to improve speech clarity. You can find more information about Oral Placement Therapy here

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC): AAC is a type of communication, other than speech. AAC can include low-tech options (pictures) to high-tech options (computerized speaking devices). Our therapists are trained in selecting an appropriate type of AAC for your child which will be incorporated into the home setting as well.

Feeding therapy: We provide feeding therapy to infants, toddlers and children who have difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) or oral motor issues limiting their feeding and swallowing.

Executive Functioning: Executive functions consist of fundamental skills that allow the brain to organize and act on information. These skills enable people to plan, organize, remember things, prioritize, pay attention and get started on tasks. They also help people use information and experiences from the past to solve current problems. Whether it’s binder organization, time management, study skills, forgetting things or appointments, we can help provide your child with visuals, technology and training to help build executive functioning skills.