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March is here! Summer Camp Scheduling Update!

Happy March Everyone! Summer Camp scheduling is in the works. We should have a schedule out to our current and prospective clients within the next few weeks. We will be offering academic, social, and SILAS camps for children/teens of all ages and skill levels. The camps will address speech, language, academic, and social skills with a 1:3 ratio of typical children to those with special needs! All camps will be orchestrated by certified Speech-Language Pathologists with pediatric specialties and educational experience! Remember, we can always schedule individual speech, language, academic, or occupational services before or after summer camps to ensure that your child or teen receives the highest quality therapeutic intervention out there!


Call us at (732) 888-3912 for summer camp details or to secure your spot today!

Winter Weather Closing

Speech Start will be closed on Sunday January 24, 2016 due to inclement weather and snow removal. Hopefully we will see you all on Monday! Stay safe everyone!

Technology-Based Social Skills Groups for Children and Teens

Does your child/teen have social language challenges? Is your child/teen interested in technology? Does he or she enjoy playing computer-based programs? Well, Speech Start is now offering technology-based social skills groups for children and teens on Thursdays from 4:30-6:00 pm at the Hazlet office. The group will focus on improving social interactions with others through the use of engaging activities and the socially-interactive software SILAS, created and published by Bernadette Mullen of Speech Start and Christopher Dudick of Small Factory Productions. Spots are filling up quickly! Reserve yours today by calling 732-888-3912 or by emailing Also, feel free to check out the social skills software, SILAS, at

Closed Saturday January 23, 2016

Speech Start will be closed on Saturday January 23, 2016 due to inclement weather. Please stay tuned for possible closures on Sunday January 24 as well. Stay safe everyone!