We are in network for Medicaid, Katie Beckett, Peachstate, Amerigroup, BCBS, Aetna, United Healthcare, and Tricare.
We file out of network on your behalf for Cigna and Humana.
"Amy Squires and her team are the best! We were so nervous about finding a great SLP when we moved since we had such a great one for so long at our last home. We couldn't have been more blessed to find Amy through her Art Barn Social Skills/Minecraft Summer Camp. From that, we began speech therapy and social skills group. Amy really "gets" these special kiddos and knows how to make the most of their therapy time. She masterfully weaves speech, social skills and literacy together so they complement and reinforce each other. Superb communication and administration. Thank you, Amy! You will not be disappointed with Amy and her team." - A happy Milton Mom!
"We have been taking our son to Therapy and Learning Center of Georgia since being diagnosed with a non-verbal learning disorder along with ADHD. We noticed our son had social difficulties & was very shy. We saw a pediatric neurologist who recommended a social group. Finding a child focused social group was very important and Mrs. Squires made sure that our son was in a group of children of the same age and similar diagnosis. After just a few sessions our son was more confident and was "coming out of his shell". Miss Amy's curriculum is fun, easy and interesting for a child to keep engaged. She also teaches at the Art Barn where friendly animals and art make a child feel more at ease and enables kids to be a kids! Our son is not as socially awkward after going to therapy at the art barn. The self confidence that Miss Amy helped my son develop is priceless." - a very happy Mom in Canton
"TLC Georgia-I cannot say enough wonderful things about the help our daughter received from this friendly and compassionate practice. Visualizing and Verbalizing as well as speech therapy to fix those R's (in just 2 months!)!
Thank you!" - Susie
Please ask about Early Intervention services. Coaching also available live online face to face via teletherapy.
Speech and language therapy helps children with expressive and receptive language development, articulation, social communication, and social skills, so a child can express their wants and needs and develop meaningful relationships.
Occupational therapy helps children
develop, recover, and improve the skills needed for daily functioning. Occupational therapists help children to improve sensory processing to improve quality of life, learning, communication, and behavior.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) for Autism is a type of intensive therapy based on the science of learning and behavior. The goal is to increase behaviors that are helpful and decrease behaviors that are harmful or affect learning.
Orton Gillingham is a multi-sensory instructional approach to remediating deficits associated with dyslexia and weaknesses in decoding and spelling. It is structured, sequential, and cumulative. Our tutors are certified teachers, reading specialists, special education certified and trained in the Orton Gillingham method.
Weekly small group social skills classes are held for children, teens, and tweens with a range of diagnoses including high functioning Autism, ADHD/ADD, nonverbal learning disability, and fluency disorders. Some children just feel awkward and have no diagnosis at all. Classes utilize the Social Thinking curriculum.
Campers will improve social cognition and communication skills to improve relationships with peers and adults. Camp is staffed by Speech and Language Pathologists, teachers, and bachelor and graduate level students. Campers will engage in structured therapy, art, animals and hayrides.
Our mission is to improve the lives of children and their families through offering specialized, multidisciplinary therapy services to address the whole child. Speech language pathologists provide services for the identification, evaluation, and treatment of communication and swallowing disorders. Occupational therapists provide services to evaluate and treat a variety of disorders related to Autism, sensory processing disorder, developmental delay, visual motor impairments, and fine motor weaknesses. Academically relevant therapy will help your school- age child succeed in both the classroom and in social settings. Play based floor time therapy allows for children to explore the world and to learn to communicate and develop skills through functional child led therapy. Special education teachers and reading specialists provide tutoring for children with special needs, including dyslexia and dyscalculia. We also visit Mill Springs Academy, Porter School, St. Francis, and Alexsander Academy. ABA is done at home, in the community, during camp and in private schools.