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We have good news, we have resumed in-person therapy starting in April.  We can't wait to see our current families, meet those we have only seen online, and welcome and meet new families.  Below is an abbreviated list of current guidelines for in-person therapy:

  • Cloth facial coverings/masks ARE required to be worn at all times.
  • Clear face masks and/or shields may be utilized, and are approved by ASHA and L&I, when working with persons with a communication disorder at clinicians’ discretion.
  • Only 1 parent/caregiver will be allowed in the clinic at this time with their child. No siblings. Please plan accordingly.  We are sorry there will be no exceptions.  *one exception, babies in child carriersRE can attend with parent and child in therapy
  • Clinicians will adjust schedules to stagger family’s arrivals and departures to prevent congestion at entry and exit points.
  • For those family desiring to return to in-person therapy there will only be 1 session a week within the clinic at this time.  Sessions will by 40 minutes in length to give clinicians time to clean and document.
  • We will try to maintain a minimum of six feet of separation between clinician and visitors/families
  • Wait rooms have been closed to eliminate congregating in those areas. 
  • Clinicians, staff, and clients/families will wash hands prior to and after each therapy session.
  • Do not report to work or come to the clinic for any reason, including therapy, if you are sick (anyone with symptoms of illness will be asked to leave).
  • Therapy rooms will be disinfected prior to and after each therapy session. 
  • Everyone will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms etc.

We will  continue to offer teletherapy as an option for families.  We know this is an invaluable resource!  If you any questions or would like to talk our clinic please call our office at (509)838-2310. 


Between ages 3-4,children’s speech should include pronouns like I, you, me, we, and they, and some plural words like toys, birds and buses.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Assn.