Providing online therapy to children of all ages in Virginia,
Maryland and Washington, DC.
Thank you for your interest in Stellar Speech Therapy! Arielle will be going on maternity leave beginning in October 2021 through January 2022. Please use the contact form if you would like to receive other referrals or to be added to our waitlist. We will get back to you within 48 hours.
Have difficulty with certain speech soundsArticulation and Phonology
Are not understood by friends and familyApraxia and Motor Speech
Struggles to understand speechReceptive Language, Auditory Processing and Aural Rehabilitation
Have difficulty formulating thoughts and ideasExpressive Language
Have not started talkingLate Talker and Language Delay
Our therapy is:
PERSONALIZEDWhen it comes to speech therapy, one size does not fit all. I tailor my approach to your child’s needs and interests.
ENGAGINGI want your child to truly enjoy our time together. Research shows how important the relationship is between client and clinician. My goal is for your child to enjoy working with me so that we can make progress together.
EVIDENCE-BASEDI aim to be up to date on current research and best practices in speech-language pathology.
Whether in person or virtual, the client-clinician relationship is such an important part of therapy. Research shows that is a critical factor for progress. I truly enjoy working with my clients and I want them to enjoy working with me as well. I strive to connect with my clients on a personal level.
I provide suggestions and home activities for your child to practice their skills outside of the therapy session. Home practice allows them to strengthen their skills in a variety of environments.
All clients receive a calendar with daily homework assignments to guide your activity selection.
See an example homework calendar here:
Sample Speech Homework
I encourage parents to be as involved as possible in the therapy process. I may spend 30 minutes to an hour per week with your child, but you are with them 24/7! I want you to be able to help your child use skills they have mastered in therapy in their everyday conversations.