Comprehensive speech and language evaluations for children and adults

 Speech and language therapy in the areas of :

Early Language Delay
Language and Learning Disorders
Central Auditory Processing
Pervasive Developmental Disorder
Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome
Social Language Skills
Oral Motor Impairments
Hearing Impairment
Tongue Thrust
Apraxia and Voice Therapy

Classroom observations, school consultations, and attendance at ARD meetings are also available. 

Several of our therapists are trained in the Compton method of Accent Reduction.


Our team of speech and language specialists have many years of experience working with children and their families. All of our therapists have a Master's degree in speech language pathology and are licensed by the state of Texas. In addition, all therapists have earned a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC), awarded by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.We are committed to providing quality, individualized, speech and language evaluations and therapy.

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Patient Information

Consent to Evaluate


Insurance Coverage Waiver

Cancellation Policy

Many insurance companies now provide coverage for speech therapy. We are providers with many health insurance plans in the Austin area and are happy to file claims for our clients and assist them in answering any insurance questions.

We now accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover in office

austin speech therapy, austin speech therapists, speech therapy, speech therapy austin, speechtherapyaustin, speechtherapistaustin, speech therapist austin, speechtherapistsaustin, speech therapists austin,austin. About Austin Area Speech & Language Services located in Austin, Texas. Austin Area Speech & Language Services is a private practice serving a variety of populations with articulation, language, fluency, voice and oral-motor difficulties. All of our providers hold  Masters degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders and are "certified clinically competent" by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.