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Every child is unique and every situation calls for a tailored solution. We will collaborate with you to provide the best possible option for your family, whether at one of our many center locations or at select ABA & Daycares near our clinic - We are there for you!


Clinic-based speech therapy at Thrive Speech Therapy in Houston, we empower kids to communicate confidently. Our expert team provides personalized, compassionate care that respects each child's uniqueness and neurological style. We focus on creating a supportive environment where children can develop strong communication skills, guided by the latest research and a neuroaffirming approach. Through inclusive practices and collaboration with families and professionals, we ensure every child has the tools to thrive personally and academically. We're committed to advancing pediatric speech therapy to inspire growth, communication, and lasting change for all children.

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is an umbrella term for a wide range of communication interventions and technologies that can support or replace natural speech. AAC is used by individuals who have difficulty communicating effectively through speech alone due to various medical conditions and developmental disabilities including those with autism, cerebral palsy, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and other neurological or developmental disorders.

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Our team focuses on helping individuals improve the clarity and accuracy of their speech sounds. We work to address articulation disorders, which occur when a person has difficulty producing specific sounds correctly. These disorders can result in speech that is difficult to understand.

Our team works with children to build social language skills such as greetings, turn-taking, conversational exchange, building relationships, and more! 



Our team will focus on the following skills through Expressive Language Therapy: using words (or other communication systems such as pictures or sign language) to name or request items/actions, using word endings correctly (such as plurals, possessives, past tense), using correct grammatical structures, answering/asking yes/no and who, what, where, when, why, how questions, improving written expression, and improving pragmatic/social skills. If a child is experiencing difficulty in sharing thoughts, ideas, and feelings then he/she could benefit from expressive language therapy.



Our team focuses on building receptive language skills such as following routine requests such as “sit down” and “throw it away,” pointing to familiar pictures/objects when named by others, appropriately using objects/toys during play, understanding an increased amount of words and sentences, as well as understanding reading passages. If a child is experiencing difficulty in understanding others, then he/she could benefit from receptive therapy

We assist children who stutter in understanding the causes of their stuttering and teach them strategies to produce "smooth speech." This helps them to be better understood and boosts their confidence!

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