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Online Speech Therapy for Children
In-person Speech Therapy near Skokie, EvanstonWilmette, Niles & surrounding Illinois areas 

Online and In-Person Speech Therapy Services for Children

Online and in-person speech therapy services for children aim to help your child achieve their speech and/or language goals by tailoring methods to their unique needs.  I embrace creative thinking to explore innovative approaches that facilitate goal attainment.



Online and In-Person Speech Therapy for Children with Fluency Disorders

Fluency disorders occur when there is an interruption in the flow, rate, and effort of speech production. Fluency disorders are an umbrella term used to describe both stuttering and cluttering disorders.  A stuttering disorder is characterized by different disfluencies such as repetitions of sounds, syllables, and monosyllabic words, prolongations of consonants, and blocks.  On the other hand, cluttering disorders are characterized by rapid and/or irregular speech rate, atypical pauses, collapsing syllables, and lack of awareness of communication challenges.  If your child presents with any of these symptoms and you have concerns, don't hesitate to contact me for a free consultation.

Online and In-Person Speech Therapy for Children with Language disorders

Many children experience communication difficulties at some point in their lives.  While some of these children will eventually catch up to their peers, others may continue to face challenges.  A child may be diagnosed with a receptive language disorder if they have difficulty understanding what others have said. They may be diagnosed with an expressive language disorder if they struggle to express themselves effectively.  Some children may receive a diagnosis of both expressive and receptive language disorders (often referred to as mixed language disorder) if they encounter challenges with both understanding and expressing language.  If you suspect your child has a language disorder or would like to know more, feel free to reach out to me.




Online and In-Person Speech Therapy for Children with Executive Function Challenges

Executive function skills refer to a set of abilities that enable a child to plan, focus attention, recall instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully.  These skills play a crucial role in academic achievement and social interaction.  When a child's executive function skills are underdeveloped, they may struggle with organizing tasks, managing time, or controlling impulses.  To learn more about  how we can help your child overcome these challenges, please contact me.

Online and In-Person Speech Therapy for Children with Articulation disorders

An articulation disorder is a common issue that occurs when a child cannot produce certain sounds.  A child may produce a "w" sound instead of "r," or they may have an unclear "s" (also known as a lisp) instead of a clear "s."  To learn more about how we can help your child overcome these challenges, schedule a free consultation.

Speech, language, voice, stuttering, and executive function goals during a remote speech therapy session in Skokie Illinois with Speech-language pathologist stephanie jeret, Wilmette
Speech Therapy for Child with Language Disability in Wilmette, Illinois, 60091
Speech Therapy for Lisp in Evanston Illinois, 60204

In-Person Speech Therapy for Children near Skokie, Illinois


Speak with Stephanie offers in-person speech therapy for children living in Skokie, Evanston, Wilmette, Niles, and surrounding Illinois areas.

Online Speech Therapy for Children Throughout Illinois, New York, and New Jersey


Speak with Stephanie offers online speech therapy for children living in Illinois, New York, and New Jersey.


Speak with Stephanie LLC is in network with select Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans and Cigna.  If you are insured under a different provider, we can provide a superbill for you to send your insurance company for out of network reimbursement. 

Cigna, Skokie, Evanston, Wilmette Illinois speech therapy

Diagnoses Served

My clients each have unique strengths and weaknesses. I do not define any clients by their diagnoses. That said, individuals who work with me often carry one or more of the below diagnoses:

  • ADHD (incl. inattentive, hyperactive-impulsive, combined types)

  • Auditory processing disorder

  • Autism (incl. DSM IV diagnoses of Asperger's, Pervasive Developmental Disorder)

  • Developmental language disorder (incl. receptive, expressive language disorder)

  • Dyscalculia

  • Dyslexia/Reading disorder (incl. deficits in decoding, reading comprehension)

  • Executive functioning challenges (incl. difficulty with planning, organizing, memory, time management, cognitive flexibility, task initiation, attention, and/or self-regulation)

  • Fluency disorder (incl. stuttering, cluttering)

  • Nonverbal learning disabilities 

  • Specific learning disability 

  • Speech sound disorder (incl. articulation disorder, phonological disorder, childhood apraxia of speech)

  • Social communication challenges (including pragmatic language disorder)

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