In Home Speech & Language Therapy


Providing speech/ language services to children in their natural environments.


Speech Remedies

Speech/ Language Therapy

Speech Remedies' goal is to provide the best pediatric speech and language services within the child's natural environment. We aim to identify areas of need and teach developmentally appropriate skills on an individual level. In addition, we encourage families and teachers to actively participate in their child's growth through education and home/ daycare activities. Currently, we are servicing children in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin. 



Therapy Sessions



Initial consultations are complimentary. Information will be gathered via phone conversation to determine your child's developmental background, interests, individual needs, and to target areas of concern. During this initial consultation we will also discuss therapy options and you will be provided educational information. 


Speech, language, fluency, and social skills therapy will be provided based on your child's individual needs and family routines.



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Milky Magic! - courtesy of Laughing Kids Learn
Magic Milk Science Experiment - Laughing Kids Learn 

You Need:

A plate

1/2 cup – 1 cup milk

1 drop of dishwashing liquid

Food coloring

Toothpicks (optional)


STEP 1: Begin by pouring milk onto a plate. You will need to ensure you have enough milk to cover the base of the plate.

STEP 2: Add a few drops of food coloring to the milk. This will give you a great opportunity to talk about colors and point out if any of them mix together to form new colors.


STEP 3: Let the magic happen!! Carefully add one drop of dishwashing liquid to the middle of the milk. Quickly, a chemical reaction will occur, you will see the colors begin to spread away from the dishwashing liquid drop and begin mixing and churning the colors.

STEP 4: For a bit of fun use a toothpick. Encourage a swirling motion to see how the colors mix around each other and create something new to look at.

EXTRA- You might like to experiment further by adding an extra drop of soap to see if there is more movement. If you see more movement, you’ve discovered that there was still more fat that hadn’t combined with the soap. You might like to continue the process.

Speech Language Focus:

* Sequencing
* Answering Questions
* Following Directions
* Sensory Exploration
* Colors


* Basic Concepts
* Vocabulary 
* Predictions
* Asking Questions
* Cause and Effect


Parents Testimonials

Bre M.

"It was wonderful to work with you. You are so amazing with children! I have learned so much, and am thankful for all the tools and knowledge you have given me."

Shannon B. 

"Thank you so much for all the time you have spent with Jake this past year- we have really seen him grow and mature, and he is proud of the progress he has made."

Rachel A.

"Thanks so much for all your work with Ben- his speech has dramatically improved. People who haven't seen him in a few months frequently comment on how improved his speech is."

Jenna W.

"Thank you for getting Elsa started on her speech journey- you've helped her come so far! You are amazing- so glad both my kiddos had the chance to work with you!"

Abby B. 

"Your gentleness and persistence in teaching Tanner are a gift and he, as well as our whole family, have benefited from it."