About Us

At TTLC we hold parent-teacher conferences every six months to discuss a student’s progress and recommend areas of learning that may still need addressed.  This allows the staff at Talking Time to establish specific goals with the family tailored for each child’s deficit area and report the child’s progress on a regular basis.

After evaluating every child, they are given a personal plan of education (POE) focusing on their individual areas of weaknesses. Our therapists provide progress reports at the end of every session to document progress for those children in the speech therapy program.

There are separate rooms that focus on different areas of development that will provide language rich opportunities.  Research shows that language skills are enhanced when movement is incorporated  (vestibular activities, tactile stimulation, use of various manipulatives, etc.).

  • There is a sensory room specifically designed to stimulate  language skills through the use of visual tasks, vestibular activities and proprioceptive tasks. Children learn through sensory input and motor activity.  This room allows children to easily move around and explore materials.
  • There is an art room that will use manipulative activities to develop fine motor skills that are necessary for school readiness.  This is also where a lot of fun and messy activities happen!
  • A large indoor activity room is utilized for gross motor skills, peer interaction, social development, and opportunity to generalize communication skills.

Each classroom has a one-way window to allow parents and staff to observe class room activity without the child seeing you. In addition, each classroom is led by a teacher with a B.S. or B.A. degree in education  (or an associated field).