Act Now

ACT NOW Early Detection/Intervention Screening

Are you wondering whether your child is reaching his/her developmental milestones? Are you concerned about your child’s communication skills? Are you wondering whether your child is physically, emotionally, and/or socially developing age-appropriate skills? Have you ever thought to yourself… “Does my child need to see a speech, occupational, or physical therapist?” Well, we’re here to let you know YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

At some point, most parents experience feelings of anxiousness and excitement as they watch their little ones grow and develop through the early years and stages of life. With every milestone achieved there is a sense of joy and delight that motivates parents, caregivers, and teachers to work harder towards reaching the next developmental milestones. Both children and parents share proud moments when milestones are reached and skills are mastered. Children gain more confidence and independence each step of the way.

But what if you’re just not sure whether your child is developing age-appropriate skills to reach his/her milestones. Well, no worries because our dedicated therapists at Speech Tactics are here to help you understand developmental milestones and provide your child with a COMPLIMENTARY speech and/or occupational screening through our ACT NOW early detection/intervention initiative. It’s easy, just call our office and ask about the ACT NOW free screening!

As your preferred pediatric therapy provider, Speech Tactics is here to equip YOU, the parent/caregiver and teacher, with the knowledge and guidance to help you support your child’s growth and development!

The ACT NOW Program at Speech Tactics is a community-based initiative that provides FREE developmental screenings for children between the ages of 0-6 years.

*We also partner with preschools and child care centers to provided school-wide screenings, teacher training, and parent education training. Directors may contact our office if you’re interested in implementing our ACT NOW program at your school!*