Sound Pediatric Therapy


Speech Language Pathologists (SLP’s) assess and treat children with communication and oral motor delays. Therapy focuses on improving speech, language, and cognitive skills that will help children be successful communicators and listeners. SLP’s build social communication and play skills that improve children’s relationships and engagement with others. Speech therapy can also focus on supporting children who have oral-motor delays or feeding difficulties.

Parents often seek out a SLP because their child is demonstrating some or all of the following behaviors:

  • Difficulty expressing needs and wants

  • Poor grammar

  • Difficulty listening and following directions

  • Difficulty participating in age appropriate play activities

  • Difficulty with turn taking and maintaining conversation

  • Difficulty being understood

  • Disfluencies and stuttering

  • Poor oral motor skills for chewing and swallowing foods

  • Resistant to trying new foods

  • Poor weight gain

  • NG or G-Tube feedings.

Advanced Interventions + Specialty Services.

We provide comprehensive children's evaluations to identify, treat and prevent limitations related to receptive and expressive language, articulation, pragmatic, literacy, fluency, AAC, and feeding. 

Specialty services we offer include:


p: 206-763-0352   |   f: 206-762-0111   |   |   4636 East Marginal Way South, Suite B-100, Seattle, WA 98134

Seattle Therapy Network (STN) welcomes families and individuals of any race, color, nationality, gender, ethnicity, cultural background, religion, sexual orientation, family make-up or circumstances, to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities at STN. STN does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, gender, ethnic and cultural background, religion, sexual orientation, family make-up or circumstances in the administration of any programs or employment.

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