Speech Language Pathology

More than just words

Our Philosophy

Impact Therapy is here to collaborate with families, physicians, and teachers to provide our clients a warm and nurturing therapy environment in which significant changes are made. Founded by the desire to approach therapy differently, Impact Therapy strives to meet families where they are.

Our Services

Speech and Language Therapy

A Speech-Language Pathologist (or speech therapist) is a professional who is educated to assess and treat speech and language disorders, as well as swallowing disorders.

Occupational Therapy

An occupational therapist treats the whole person. Whether they’re recovering from injuries or have developmental or cognitive disabilities affecting their motor skills, emotions or behavior, OTs are helping people to fully engage in daily life.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy helps individuals in reaching their maximum potential to function independently and to promote active participation in home, school, and community environments. It can be applied at any age or stage of life.

Our Services

Our therapists

Our therapists have certifications in occupational therapy, speech and/or language disorders, as well as swallowing and/or feeding disorders. Our therapists have experience with Speech-Language Pathology and Occupational Therapy, committed to impacting the lives of those they treat through evidenced-based and personal intervention. Our therapists's intervention techniques reflect their unwavering desire to achieve observable and measurable results.

Our therapists have experience and interest with pediatrics in the following areas

Oral motor/swallowing disorders
(including G-tube discontinuation)

Sensory based feeding disorders
(picky eaters)


Behavioral Disorders
(i.e., Emotional Behavior Disorder,
Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Anxiety)

Language Disorders

Fluency disorders (stuttering)

Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Early Intervention

Intellectually disabled

Executive functioning


Auditory Processing Disorders

Cleft Palate/Resonance Disorders

Augmentative Communication Devices (AAC)

Pragmatics/Social Skill Development

Our therapists have an interest and experience with adults in the following areas

Cognitive Communication Disorders
(difficulty thinking and remembering)

Swallowing Disorders

Fluency Disorders

Executive Function Disorders
(problems with attention, organization, time management, reasoning, problem solving)

Acquired Apraxia/Aphasia
(speech difficulties often after stroke, injury, or surgery)

Voice Disorders

We have therapists certified in Beckman Oral Motor, Vital Stim, Speak Out, PROMPT Technique Training, and Physical Therapy.


What is your cancellation policy?

We recognize unforeseen events may happen. It is our desire to be fair and considerate of families and therapists, therefore, we have adopted the following policies:

  • If you need to cancel or reschedule, please allow for a 24 hour notice so that therapists and/or other families may utilize that time accordingly.

  • Appointments cancelled with less than 24 hour notice may be subject to a "no show" feel of $25 that is not billable to insurance. If a "no show" is due to illness, please obtain a letter from your or child's physician to waive this fee.

  • More than 3 "no shows" may result in discharge from therapy. There is frequently a waiting list for clinicians and/or time slots and missing appointments without notifications negatively impacts those waiting.

  • Out of respect and consideration to your therapist and other customers, please plan accordingly and be on time.

Which insurance plans do you accept?

We will file claims for most private insurance plans. Currently we are in network with the following carriers:

    In Network

  • Aetna
  • Amerigroup
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Coventry
  • Humana
  • Medicaid
  • Peachstate
  • Tricare
  • United Health Care
  • Wellcare

  • Out of Network

  • Cigna

NOTE: We encourage you to contact your insurance company concerning coverage, but as a courtesy, our practice will also review your insurance coverage and file your claim with your insurance carrier. If an insurance problem occurs, you will be asked to assist us in contacting your insurance carrier. We feel it is necessary to work together to resolve any insurance problems.

When can I expect to see results?

Each child is an unique individual and treatment results are equally unique to each child. Results may vary based upon severity and effort put forth. We at Impact Therapy are dedicated to providing evidence based practice and participate in continuing education in order to utilize the most efficacious techniques of therapy.

Can I sit in on the therapy sessions?

Although each case is different, generally we do not encourage parents to be in the room while therapy is in progress.

If I am sitting in on a therapy session, what should I do?

Therapy sessions are conducted with a limited amount of time and every minute is crucial. Although the majority of time during therapy may be directly with the clinician and patient, we do encourage parent participation when prompted. The clinician must be in control of the therapy session at all times.

NOTE: We ask that any questions that come up during a session be held until after therapy has concluded. Please note that our clinicians are generally visiting other patients that day and may need to schedule a separate time to discuss any in depth issues.

When do I pay?

Co-payments are accepted at the time of service. For private pay patients, packages and/or other payment options are available. Payment for evaluations are due at the time of service. If an insurance card is not provided, payment in full is required at the time of service.

What forms of payment are accepted?

We accept Cash, Credit Card, and Venmo.

Contact Us

Give us a call or send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Phone (478) 333-2999

Fax 1(478) 900-1100