Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Physical Therapy

We foster a personal connection between the child, parent and therapist to provide intervention through cooperation.

About Us

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Why Choose Us

How We Can Help You

How We Can Help You

Therapy Talk is a comprehensive private practice that offers Speech-Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy to children of all ages in Cabarrus County, North Carolina.  Our highly trained therapists treat in our clinic, in your home or in a daycare setting in Cabarrus County. 

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How We Can Help You

How We Can Help You

How We Can Help You

We treat a variety of disorders including, but not limited to: Developmental Delays, Down Syndrome, Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Sensory Processing Disorder, Feeding and Swallowing Disorders, Apraxia, Fine Motor Coordination/Strength Deficits, and Gross Motor/Coordination Deficits.


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See the Difference

How We Can Help You

See the Difference

Each therapist uses a family-centered treatment approach. Therapy should be a fun experience for your child, and typically something he or she looks forward to. Parents are encouraged to participate in treatment, observe, ask questions, and utilize the home programs your therapist will design during a session.

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Feel free to fax any documents to:

844-708-0619

Email us:  Office@TherapyTalk.org


Therapy Talk, Inc.

140 Cabarrus Avenue West, Concord, North Carolina 28025, United States

(704) 239-6321

Hours

Monday - Friday: 8am - 4:30pm

Appointments are made by individual therapists


Saturday - Sunday: Closed

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CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19) UPDATE

Dear Clients and Families,

I hope this letter finds you healthy and well.  In light of the recent developments with the coronavirus, I felt it was necessary to communicate the policies Therapy Talk will be following for the foreseeable future.  


Some therapists have planned to begin providing OT, PT, ST face to face/ in clinic services in June while following common sense precautions, including:

  1. Please cancel your appointment if anyone in your family has a temperature of 100.3 or greater, has upper respiratory symptoms consistent with coronavirus presentation (coughing, shortness of breath) or has been exposed to someone with a confirmed or suspected case of coronavirus.  Therapists will follow the same precautions.  
  2. Though challenging, we will limit physical contact (handshakes, hugs, high fives, etc) as much as possible. 
  3. Parents of patient engaging in face to face or in clinic therapy will be required to sign the COVID-19 Guidelines Form.
  4. For home health and daycare visits, therapists will bring minimal toys or no toys.  We will be practicing the Early Intervention Coaching model of therapy by limiting the use of our toys during the sessions.  We will use toys at your own houses for therapy.
  5. There is still the option for Teletherapy Visits- please check with your insurance company for the latest coverage benefits and details.


Clinic Precautions:

  1. Only the client and ONE parent will be allowed in the clinic. Parents will drop off the client at the door of the clinic to the therapist and then wait in the car during the appointment.  
  2. The client's temperature will be taken by an infrared thermometer before entering the clinic.  Sessions will be cancelled if a fever over 99.9 is found.
  3. Hands will be sanitized upon entering the clinic and before every in home appointment.  Washing hands again at the end of the session is also highly recommended.
  4. Between client appointments, surfaces will be sanitized with disinfecting spray.  We will wipe down surfaces in the waiting room and bathroom as frequently as possible during the day.  Please be patient if we are running a bit late due to our new precautionary measures.
  5. No food or drink will be allowed in the clinic or waiting room.



I am open to a conversation regarding your questions or concerns.  Please do not hesitate to reach out directly to me- Office@TherapyTalk.org.  Stay healthy!


Best~

Steph M. Fish, MA, CCC-SLP

President