My Roar Speech Therapy

School Contracts

My Roar Speech Therapy PLLC is a therapist-owned company that collaborates with school districts to meet the demand for speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists in the academic setting.

Our team of therapists is highly equipped to provide customized interventions in small groups, one-on-one, and push-in settings in-person and virtually. Therapists are trained on a wide range of standardized assessments and creating curriculum-based Individualized Education Program Goals.

My Roar Speech Therapy is deeply committed to improving the lives of children and their academic success through collaboration with other professionals in order to support students toward reaching their full potential. If your school has a need for a speech therapist or occupational therapist, our qualified, licensed, and well-trained therapists are available to help. Please contact us for more information

My Roar Speech Therapy

In-Person & TeleTherapy

Our speech-language pathologists provide in-person speech therapy sessions, as the schedule permits, to residents in the following North Carolina Counties: Durham, Orange, and Alamance within a limited coverage area. Our teletherapy is available for residents throughout the state of Georgia and North Carolina.

We are now accepting new clients! Specialized evaluation and treatment are provided in the following areas:

  • Expressive language
  • Receptive Language
  • Articulation/Phonology
  • Pragmatic language (social skills)
  • Assistive Technology/Augmentative Communication
  • Fluency
  • Voice/Resonance
  • Cognition
My Roar Speech Therapy PLLC

In-Person & Tele-Therapy

Our speech-language pathologists provide direct and virtual speech-language therapy for individuals with communication disorders. In-person speech therapy sessions are provided, as the schedule permits, to residents in the following North Carolina Counties:
Durham, Orange, and Alamance within a limited coverage area. Teletherapy is available for residents throughout the state of Georgia and North Carolina.
We support the needs of individuals with a wide range of communication disorders. We are accepting new clients Speech-language pathology service delivery areas include:
● Receptive language: interpreting and understanding information from the environment
● • Expressive language: expressing needs, wants, and ideas to others as well as using vocabulary and concepts
● • Pragmatic language: social language which includes using language for different purposes (greeting, informing, requesting, etc.) and following rules for conversation (taking turns, staying on topic, facial expressions, eye contact, etc.)

• Articulation: producing speech sounds in words, sentences, and conversation
● • Phonology: recognizing and manipulating speech sounds to make words and build literacy skills
● • Reading/writing: decoding and understanding written information, spelling correctly, and writing in a clear, organized fashion
● • Fluency: speaking smoothly at an appropriate speed
● • Voice: producing a clear voice and using healthy speaking/voicing behaviors
● • Augmentative/alternative communication: using alternative systems and technology to supplement or substitute for verbal expression, such as PECS,
sign language, or dedicated computer systems
• Cognitive development: developing skills in memory, problem-solving, inferencing, predicting, and interacting with others

My Roar Speech Therapy

It Takes Two to Talk® — The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delays

The Hanen It Takes Two to Talk® online program is an education program for parents of children [0 – 5 years] who have language delays.

Details of the It Takes Two to Talk® Program

You spend more time with your child than any professional – that makes you the expert on your child. The Hanen Center®’s It Takes Two to Talk® Program provides parents with tools to help their children develop stronger communication skills.

Kayla Brown, MS, CCC-SLP, is a Hanen-certified Speech Language Pathologist who offers the It Takes Two to Talk® Program online through interactive video conference calls for parents in the states in which she’s licensed: Georgia and North Carolina.

What will the program cover?

  • Your child’s stage and style of communication.
  • How you can identify and create motivation for your child to communicate with others.
  • How you can engage your child in back-and-forth conversations, even when they are not yet speaking.
  • How you can use everyday activities to enhance your child’s language learning.
  • How you can talk to your child so that they understand you and have the best opportunity to learn new words and ideas.
  • How you can respond to your child in a way that helps them to learn a new language and express their feelings, needs, and interests.                           

What does the program include?

Our 12-week-long program includes the following:

  • Eight training sessions for parents in small, personalized groups. You will have the opportunity to meet and talk with other parents whose children also have a language delay.
  • A Hanen Certified speech-language pathologist leading the program
  • A pre-program consultation for you and your child with the speech-language pathologist
  • Three individual video-based consultations with the visits for you and your child with the speech-language pathologist, during which you will review the videotaped interaction to see what’s helping your child and what you can modify to help even more.

Why is the program beneficial?

The It Takes Two to Talk Program shows you how to use your natural, day-to-day life with your child to help him develop language skills. You’ll discover simple things you can do during everyday activities like meal time, storytime, and bath time to create enjoyable learning opportunities for your child.

It Takes Two to Talk translates the research on early language intervention into concrete strategies that are easy for parents to understand and put into practice. The program offers you many opportunities to practice and discuss each strategy you learn so that you’ll be comfortable and confident using them at home.

The chance to connect with other parents.

One of the greatest benefits of the It Takes Two to Talk Program is the opportunity it provides to connect with other parents in similar situations. You’ll have the chance to meet people who really understand what you’re feeling and gain valuable insight by listening to their own experiences using It Takes Two to Talk strategies with their child.

This information was shared with permission from The Hanen Centre®.

If you are interested in participating in an upcoming program, please contact us by phone at 919-200-0511 or email at to get on the list for enrollment in our next course, as there are a limited number of spots available.