Top Speech and Language Pathologists in Southeast Michigan

Kids struggling with speech can find help in speech therapy for toddlers and kids. These metro Detroit specialists were recommended by Metro Parent readers!

Wondering if your child could use the specialized help of a speech and language pathologist? Speech therapy for children is especially helpful and important if your child has encountered a speech delay, has struggles articulating, or faces another common language issue. You can find top-rated speech-language pathologists here, thanks to parents like you who nominated them for our annual Mom-Approved Docs.

Kristen Curmi, M.S., CCC-SLP

  • Location: Building Bridges Therapy Center, 46200 Port St., Plymouth
  • Phone: 734-454-0866

Alisha Feldman, M.A., CCC-SLP

  • Location: Kids In Motion Pediatric Therapy, 2636 S. Milford Road, Highland
  • Phone: 248-684-9610

Lynn Gallagher, M.A., CCC-SLP

  • Location: Kids In Motion Pediatric Therapy, 2636 S. Milford Road, Highland
  • Phone: 248-684-9610

Jenna Perrotta, M.A., CCC-SLP

  • Location: Kids In Motion Pediatric Therapy, 3285 Martin Road Suite 104, Commerce Township
  • Phone: 248-684-9610

Heather Reynolds, SLP

  • Location: Thera-Peds, 14153 Rick Drive, Shelby Township
  • Phone: 586-566-0326

Kristen Yono, M.A., SLP

  • Location: Kids In Motion Pediatric Therapy, 7822 Andersonville Road, Clarkston
  • Phone: 248-707-3100

Love your child’s doc and want to make sure he or she gets props in 2018? Submit your nomination for the 2018 Mom-Approved Docs.

This post was originally published in 2015 and is updated regularly.


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