Speech and Language therapy works...
and lasts a lifetime.

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We are proud of the services we provide at Early Life Speech & Language (formerly RiteCare of Washington). For more than 30 years, we have offered life-changing therapy for young children with speech and language delays, as well as education and support for their families. You can help us reach children in Washington state who may be struggling with communication issues and people and organizations in our community that may support us.

How? Share your story! Case studies, testimonials and real-world experiences speak volumes when it comes to illustrating the impact of the individualized, family-centered, play-based speech and language therapy provided by Early Life Speech & Language.

Have we helped you or your family? Tell us more!

1st Parent or Caregiver Name

*First Name

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2nd Parent or Caregiver Name

First Name

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Child/Client’s Name

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Which Early Life Speech & Language center helped you and your family?

*How did you hear about us?

What were your concerns regarding your child’s communication issues, or what led you to seek therapy?

How did Early Life Speech & Language (RiteCare of WA) help?

What were the highlights of your experience with Early Life Speech & Language (RiteCare of WA)?

Is there anything else you would like to share with prospective families and donors?

Parents/Caregivers, did you attend any Parent Education classes?

 I understand that the information I provide may be shared with current and prospective clients and donors via Early Life Speech & Language communication efforts including but not limited to company newsletters, blogs, online content and printed materials, donor outreach efforts, informative brochures and more.
 To protect your privacy, Early Life Speech & Language will not use any full last names when sharing your success story.
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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.