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Revolutionizing Access to Outcome-based Speech Therapy

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In the U.S., wait times just to see a licensed Speech Pathologist have ballooned to 6 to 12 months. For many patients, especially developing children, that’s simply too long, but at SLP Tele, our typical patient is scheduled within a week of registration. Sign up and schedule your appointment today

Cognitive & Communication Disorders We Treat


  • Physical Sound Disorders
  • Accent Reduction
  • Phonology
  • Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy


  • Voice and Resonance Disorders
  • Transgender Voice Training
  • SPEAK OUT! And LOUD Crowd Program (Parkinson’s)
  • LSVT physical Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease | APDA
  • The Lee Silverman Voice Treatment for Parkinson’s
  • Vocal Hygiene


  • Stuttering

Adult Language Impairments

  • Aphasia
  • Apraxia
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Cognitive-Communication Disorders

Childhood Language Disorders

  • Early Intervention (Birth to 3 years old)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Parent Coaching
  • Developmental Apraxia of physical
  • Preschool-Age Language Disorders
  • Specific Language Impairment
  • Language and Literacy

200+ Health Plans Accepted

We accept a wide range of health insurance plans, including Medi-Cal/Medicaid, Medicare, and many major policies in California and Texas. Whether your coverage is government-funded, employee-issued, or individually purchased, we’ve got you covered.

What Makes Teletherapy Right for You?

The emergence of telehealth makes it more convenient than ever to get the quality care and therapies you need. 

For primary school-age children with speech and language difficulties, SLP interventions delivered via real-time videoconferencing are shown to be just as effective as traditional in-person care delivery.*

*(Grogan-Johnson et al., 2010; Grogan-Johnson et al., 2011; Grogan-Johnson et al., 2013)

Teletherapy enables those living in remote areas or experiencing mobility issues to access speech therapy services from the comfort of home. All you need is a device with a video camera (like a smartphone, tablet, or laptop) and a reliable internet connection.

When you consider travel and childcare expenses, teletherapy can actually reduce the costs associated with in-person therapy. Not to mention, save you time.

Our powerful scheduling tools put you in control of your treatment. Just log on, pick your ideal time, and schedule a therapy session that works for your routine.

Teletherapy sessions through All Care Therapies are quiet, private, and completely HIPAA compliant, meaning your personal information and communications are always protected.

Are you a Speech Language Pathologist?

We accept a wide range of health insurance plans, including Medi-Cal/Medicaid, Medicare, and many major policies in California and Texas. Whether your coverage is government-funded, employee-issued, or individually purchased, we’ve got you covered.

Important Milestones in Your Child’s Development

All children develop speech and language skills at different rates, but there are specific milestones you can look for to help determine if your child needs professional intervention

Birth to 3 Months
Responds to environmental sounds Recognizes familiar voices Smiles at familiar faces Makes cooing sounds Cries change for different needs
4-6 Months
Looks in the direction of the sound Responds to changes in the tone of your voice Pays attention to music and toys that make sounds. Babbles with sounds such as pa, ba, and mi. Laughs and giggles. Makes sounds to express happiness and anger.
7 Months/1 year
Listens to others speech Looks when you point to an object Turns when you call their name Recognizes words for common items like daddy, juice, cup Responds to simple words and requests, like “No,” “Come here,” and “Want more?” Plays games such as peek-a-boo and pat-a-cake. Babbles using long string of sounds such as “mimi upup bababa.” Points to objects and shows them to others Uses gestures and imitates different speech sounds Uses one to two words, like hi, dog, dada, mama, or uh-oh. (Closer to 1 Year)
2-3 Years

Understands simple opposites such as big-little, up-down, and more Follows 2-step directions “Get your shoes and put them on.” Listens to stories Uses 2-3-word phrases Uses k, g, f, t, d, and n in words Speech is understood by familiar listeners May repeat some words and sounds.

Names objects. Seems to have a word for everything. Asks “Why?”

3-4 Years

Understand basic shapes and colors Understands words for family such as brother, sister, grandma.

Talks about what happened during the day.

Speech is mostly understandable Answers simple who, what, and where questions Asks when and how questions Uses some pronouns and plurals Uses 3-4 words together and may make mistakes, like “I goed to park.”

4-5 Years

Follows complex instructions

Understands words for order (first, next, last) Understands words for time (yesterday, today, tomorrow) Hears and understand most of what is said to them at home and school Produces all speech sounds but may make mistakes on difficult sounds (l, s, r, v, z, ch, sh, th) Names letters and numbers Tells short stories and maintain conversation Can adapt speech to listener.

They may use longer sentences with adults and shorter sentences with younger children.

This information has been compiled and adapted from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.


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We actively work towards a workplace where:

  • Every team member has access to equitable opportunities for professional growth and advancement.
  • Differences are celebrated and seen as fundamental to our innovation and effectiveness.
  • Inclusivity is the default, not the exception, ensuring everyone has the support they need to succeed.
  • All employees feel valued and empowered to contribute their best, irrespective of race, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

We are equally committed to making our therapies accessible to all patients, recognizing that a spectrum of voices enriches both our professional environment and the quality of care we offer. We stand united in creating a community where everyone, from our employees to our patients, can thrive.