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Full Family Engagement

Speech Language Therapy

A Proven Approach

WISE is pleased to offer speech-language evaluations and therapy for children ages birth to 21 with speech and language needs. WISE therapists are State and Nationally licensed to diagnose and treat pediatric patients with a variety of communication disorders. Our therapists are experienced treating children with hearing loss, delayed language skills, Autism, Down Syndrome, Apraxia, and Articulation disorders. WISE offers therapy sessions onsite at the WISE campus in Mountain Brook. 

Therapy Sessions

Treatment goals target language and speech development and are tailored to meet the individual needs of each child. Therapy goals are disguised in fun, motivating activities.

Each session serves as a diagnostic opportunity to better serve the child and family and meet their unique needs. Formal assessments are completed on an annual basis. Parent conferences are held regularly.

Teletherapy Remote Training Sessions 

WISE is pleased to offer teletherapy sessions via a secured website. These sessions occur weekly and can be used in combination with in-person sessions.

WISE accepts a variety of health insurance policies, private pay, and is a provider for Alabama Medicaid. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact Nancy Gregg ([email protected]).

Schedule An Appointment

To schedule an appointment or find out more about our speech-language therapy or teletherapy programs, please contact our director Nancy Gregg with the information below.

Call For Inquiry

(205) 728-5480

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400 Corporate Parkway
Birmingham, Alabama 35242

Telephone: (205) 728-5480

Email: [email protected]

The Woolley Institute for Spoken-Language Education (WISE), is a 501 © not for profit organization dedicated to teaching deaf children to speak. We are a statewide, family focused program working in collaboration with Alabama’s Early Intervention System, local school systems, and private and public entities which advance the education of deaf children who use listening and spoken language.