Speech & Occupational Therapy of North Texas – Serving the communities of Allen, Carrollton, Celina, Frisco, Garland, Little Elm,  McKinney, Melissa, Murphy, Plano,  Prosper, Richardson, and Wylie

In business since 2001, Speech & Occupational Therapy of North Texas has provided excellent pediatric therapy to our community for over a decade. It has always been our goal to create a nurturing and welcoming environment for clients and families.

Each of our locations strives to keep a personal small clinic atmosphere, while at the same time providing the highest quality evidence-based treatment and family training. While we want to remain personal in our services, we couple this goal with up-to-date information technology systems demanded by healthcare today.

Have a Plan for Winter Wellness this Season

Have a Plan for Winter Wellness this SeasonThe holiday season is in full swing! With the many activities and extra responsibilities, we often forget to slow down and actually enjoy this special time of the year.

For families with young children, there is the fun and joy of getting caught up in our children’s excitement contrasted with the extra challenges of everyone being home, the need for extra childcare, and disruption to the typical family routines.

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I Love the Salvation Army!

Anne Bramlett - Bell Ringer at the Salvation ArmyThat is one of the reasons I have volunteered to be a “bell ringer” the last two Christmas seasons.

The Salvation Army, located at 3528 E. 14th Street in Plano, has a wonderful outreach to the East Plano community. Everything from afterschool events, to Bible studies and worship services to a food pantry and financial aid for those in need. Captains Jason and Michelle Moore are ever eager to reach out with warmth and creativity, helping meet the needs of those who come their way.

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Speech & OT of North Texas utilizes a partnership model for therapy. Evidence-based practices have established that children make the most significant strides in therapy when the families are an integral part of the process. This is why we ask that a family or approved caregiver join the therapist for the last 5 minutes of treatment. In some situations a family may want to stay longer. This time helps the family to better understand the strategies and structure that lead to success.

The therapist typically will provide “homework” or activities to be addressed between sessions. This “teamwork” time also gives the therapist and family the freedom to discuss progress, concerns and new strategies in a confidential environment. Following this model is the best use of a family’s time and financial resources.

We are here to help your child meet their greatest potential within our scope of practice!

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Listed below are a few Client Testimonials received by Speech & Occupational Therapy over the years!

Our OT from Speech and Occupational Therapy of North Texas is incredibly warm, professional and enthusiastic. My son is extremely attached to her! It is amazing some of the activities that she can get him to do. Our OT is so creative and eager that she is able to keep my child interested, even if it’s a challenging task. The services we have received from her have been very beneficial to our child.
Christine H