Welcome to Let's Talk!

At Let’s Talk, our therapists are certified Speech/Language Pathologists (SLP), Occupational Therapists (OTR/L)  and Behavior Analysts (BCBA) with a passion for one or more specific disorders. Our therapists research and obtain continual training in their chosen areas of expertise to insure your child is getting the most up to date and effective treatment methods available. 

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Now Hiring

An Occupational Therapist and a Speech Language Pathologist to join our team of professionals! Email Sharon @ scarroll@letstalksls.com for more info.

 

 

 

Learning Resources

 We are happy to share our knowledge, handouts and trainings to be used by parents, teachers and other therapists. 

Tracy Vail and Tanya McDowell, co-owners of Let's Talk Speech & Language Services, Inc.
Tanya McDowell makes speech therapy fun for her patients.
Tracy Vail works works with Knowledge for People to provide training at Autism Care Nepal.
The leadership at Autism Care Nepal has the tools for sustaining a program that will make a difference for children with Autism.
VB-MAPP assessments and programs were conducted for 3 "model" children.
Group Training was conducted with an advanced team.
Tracy with George Graham, EC Director for Dare Co. Schools.
Tracy Vail trains Dare County Schools Exceptional Children Teachers and Teacher Assistants in discrete trial teaching.
Gabi L. ABA Direct Instructor "playing" with her friend Jacob.
Erin M. doing oral motor drills with Matthew.

Featured Blog Posts

Understanding the Mind of the Child with Autism
When determining why children with Autism do the things they do, we typically will take ABC data and determine the function the behavior serves for the child.  In other words, what has the child “accidentally learned” that has them doing the things they do. While this is a critical part of...

Testimonials

"Mommy, let's go find more Easter eggs!"..."I don't want to watch that video... it scares me"..."Daddy, fill the pool up so we can swim"..."I'm finished eating, may I pleased be excused?" Wow!!!! Words and sentences I only daydreamed of...

Tracey D.

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