Early Intervention Services

Speech Therapy

WeeTalk’s Early Intervention Speech Therapists are committed to helping babies, toddlers and caregivers reduce frustrations and increase social interactions by embedding intentional communication strategies into daily routines.

Speech Therapy | Reading, PA
We know that the most important piece of being a Speech Therapist in Early Intervention is remembering that everything we do during sessions focuses on the entire family and their daily lives. Our Speech therapists will partner with you, the caregiver, and find ways to incorporate strategies throughout your day.

Speech Therapists in Early Intervention provide life-changing supports by enhancing the ability of babies and toddlers to communicate their wants and needs to their caregivers.

Speech Therapy
Our Speech Therapists may target areas when your child is having difficulty:

  • Looking or responding to your voice
  • Gaining your attention
  • Expressing their wants and needs
  • Sharing joyful moments
  • Engaging in social play and early games
  • Taking turns with expression
  • Learning by imitating
  • Using gestures to communicate
  • Combining sounds or producing certain combinations of sounds
  • Using words to label favorite items and people
  • Following simple directions
  • Answering simple questions
WeeTalk knows that the most important piece of being a Speech Therapist in Early Intervention is remembering that everything we do during sessions focuses on the entire family and their daily lives. Our Speech Therapists will partner with you, the caregiver, and find ways to incorporate the communication and or feeding strategies throughout your day.

Seek Early Intervention if

By 9 months your child is not:

  • Responding to sounds/noises/name
  • Smiling at people
  • Cooing, babbling, or making sounds
  • Laughing or squealing with familiar adults
  • Interested in or recognizing familiar faces
  • Interested in peek a boo type games
  • Looking where YOU point
  • Making eye contact
By 18 months your child is not:

  • Searching for items you hide
  • Using single words to label objects or people
  • Waving, clapping, or shaking head
  • Pointing to objects
  • Understanding how to use familiar items (brush, cup, shoe)
  • Upset when loved one leaves
  • Copying others
  • Learning new skills rapidly
By 2 years old your child is not:

  • Understanding action words (“come”, “stop”, “sit”)
  • Using at least 2-word phrases
  • Using at least 200 words
  • Following simple directions (“come here”, “give me”, “go get”)
  • Imitating actions or words
  • Interested in other children

*Anytime you notice regression or loss of skills, contact your child’s pediatrician, and reach out to WeeTalk to start a referral to Early Intervention immediately.

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About WeeTalk

WeeTalk is owned and operated by therapists. Founded in 2006, WeeTalk provides a full range of Early Intervention services for infants and children. Our specialized services include Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Feeding Therapy, and Special Instruction as well as Hearing, Visual, and Behavior Supports.

WeeTalk Early Intervention

2851 Centre Avenue
Suite E
Reading, PA 19605

Office Hours

Monday - Friday | 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday | Closed

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