Flourish with the power of language

Flourish: 'flur-ish (verb)

To grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way, especially as the result of a particularly favorable environment.

Get to know Jenni

I love the power of language and the intricacies of the brain. I believe in understanding people as a whole and that we are stronger when we work together. I believe in repetition, movement, and touch. My treatment plans are dynamic and are made with the needs of the child and the goals of the family in mind.

What do I do?

Comprehensive assessments, therapeutic intervention, and home programs for children with the following speech and language disorders: 

• Reading and writing difficulties

• Executive functioning difficulties

• Feeding and swallowing disorder

• Craniofacial abnormalities

• Traumatic brain injury

• Acquired brain injury

• Aphasia

• Dysarthria

• Articulation Delay

• Speech Sound Disorder

• Childhood apraxia of speech

• Acquired apraxia of speech

• Late talking

• Language processing disorder

• Poor phonemic awareness

• Dyslexia

Why choose flourish therapies?

Family involvement

Help set short-term goals and goals for discharge from the beginning.

Immediate feedback

Ask questions and troubleshoot concerns in real time.

Better carry-over

Learn strategies and techniques to implement at home.

Valuable outcomes

Connect developmental concerns with academic and social implications.

Frequently Asked Questions

No. Flourish Therapies is an out-of-network service provider. Invoices are provided on the day of therapy payments must be made within 30 days. Monthly superbills are available on request for clients to submit for reimbursement.

Yes! Flourish Therapies is a health service provider and accepts FSA and HSA card payments.

This is determined on a case-by-case basis. A discussion about the duration of services will begin upon meeting your child, understanding the extent of delay or impairment, determining long-term goals.

Therapy schedules vary by impairment and goal. Children with both speech and language deficits generally benefit from more than one session per week. Children with good follow-through at home often do well with only 1 session per week.