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Speech Therapy in Cary NC

You probably landed on this page because you are looking for a speech therapist in Cary, North Carolina. Our goal is to help as many people as we can with finding a good speech therapy clinic in their area. Going through this process with our first-born son, we realized the difficulties in finding good therapists who understood our concerns, our needs and our questions. There are many great speech therapists that love what they do and will be eager to help you understand the process and what needs to be done to get you the help you need. Going through this process can be scary and frustrating if you do not know what to do next.

If your child is not talking yet, do not lose hope – that is most likely why you landed on this page. You are seeking hope, looking for someone who can help you navigate this struggle your child is having. Our son was diagnosed with Apraxia of Speech and has been in therapy since he was 2 years old. It has been a very long and slow journey, but the changes we have seen have given us hope that he will be able to fully speak later in life.

How Much Does Speech Therapy Cost?

A big question you may have is, how much does this cost? Some clinics will take only self-pay patients, while others will take insurance and Medicaid. The quality of service you receive should be the same no matter how you pay. From speaking with many speech therapists (both in-clinic and in-home care), we have found that the average cost of a 30 minute session ranges from $50-$100 in most local areas. Keep in mind that this is a general cost and the cost in Cary may be more or less. Most therapy sessions are billed in 30-minute increments with most children seeing a speech therapist 2-4 times per week.

Where To Find Speech Therapists In Cary?

Below you will find a short list of speech therapy clinics in Cary, NC. Know that some of these places my be fully booked and could have a wait list. Do not hesitate on getting on their wait list, but our advise is to not wait for an opening unless if you absolutely have to. Starting speech therapy as soon as you can is extremely important. Most areas will have programs for Early Intervention to help children from birth to 5 years old to receive the help they need with speech. Be sure to ask your therapists about these programs as well as who to contact in your local area for help with getting into an Early Intervention program at your local school.

Cary Speech Services

Number: 919-460-0113

Address: 875 Walnut St #252, Cary, NC 27511

Website: caryspeech.com

Description: Our speech therapists take part in numerous training programs each year. We all keep up-to-date on the latest research so that we can use that knowledge in training your child.

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday – Friday : 7AM-6PM
  • Saturday – Sunday : Closed

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Wake Pediatric Speech Therapy

Number: 919-593-8104

Address: 1157 Executive Cir Suite B1, Cary, NC 27511

Website: wakespeech.com

Description: Wake Pediatric Speech Therapy, PLLC offers FREE speech and language screenings. Screenings are brief (approximately 10 minutes) and provide a cursory look at your child’s speech and language development to determine if further testing is warranted.

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday – saturday: 9AM-7PM
  • Sunday : Closed

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Care First Rehab

Number:  919-460-1921

Address: 100 Cornerstone Dr, Cary, NC 27519

Website: carefirstpt.com

Description: We provide speech therapy services at our clinic in Cary, NC or in-home to patients living in Raleigh, Cary, Morrisville, and surrounding areas. Our trained therapists have the tools and expertise to build speech treatment plans that will meet your specific needs and address your areas of concern.

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday – Friday : 7AM-7PM
  • Saturday – Sunday : Closed

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Pediatric Therapy Associates

Number:  919-854-0404

Address: 1120 SE Cary Pkwy, Cary, NC 27518

Website: pedtherapy.com

Description: Our speech-language pathologists work with the full range of human communication to evaluate, diagnose, and treat speech, language, and swallowing disorders. Speech-language pathologists are required to have either a master’s or doctoral level degree in speech-language pathology before taking a national board examination and completing a supervised Clinical Fellowship Year.

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday – Friday : 8AM-6:30PM
  • Saturday – Sunday : Closed

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