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Our Mission

Speech for the Stars is providing services at this time via tele-therapy.
Contact us to schedule an appointment! New clients are welcome!

Helping individuals, infancy through adulthood, achieve their greatest potential.

Speech for the Stars, LLC offers therapy services designed to meet the unique needs of each individual child who presents with speech, language, or academic difficulties. We provide therapy and ongoing support to clients in the school and home settings. We also provide parent/teacher education and consultative services to help support our students' needs.

Our Expertise

Speech for the Stars, LLC provides pediatric speech-language therapy to children and their families in the Northwest D.C. metro area. We support children through all stages of language development and academic growth.

In light of COVID-19, tele-therapy services are being provided to all new and current clients. We have spent a great deal of time developing and organizing new materials to make therapy services accessible to all clients! Thus far, it has been extremely successful. Please reach out and inquire if you would like to schedule a complementary trial session!

In regards to Summer 2020, we plan to be offering summer camp intensives. At this time, summer group sessions will be offered via tele-therapy, but this will be determined in the coming weeks! Feel free to contact us for more information!

Learn more about our Expertise

About Leah Doherty, M.S., CCC-SLP

Leah Doherty received her Bachelor's Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from The Pennsylvania State University. She continued her education at Ithaca College, where she received her Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.

Leah maintains licensure in Maryland and Washington, D.C. as a Speech-Language Pathologist. She previously worked in the Montgomery County Public Schools district and has been working in the private sector for three years.

Leah has received specialized training and certifications such as PROMPT I, Social Thinking®, and the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach to feeding. Additionally, she has attended continuing education courses in the areas of CAS, Dyslexia, and executive functioning.

Providing individualized educational support and speech-language services to students in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area.