• Speech Occupational Physical Therapy for Pediatrics & Adults
  • Speech Occupational Physical Therapy for Pediatrics & Adults
  • Speech Occupational Physical Therapy for Pediatrics & Adults
  • Speech Occupational Physical Therapy for Pediatrics & Adults

Speakeasy Therapy was ranked 32 out of 5000 companies for the fastest growing companie by INC.

Speakeasy Therapy Services LLC offers Speech, Occupational, and Physical therapy.

We offer one-on-one Physical therapy, Occupational therapy, and Speech/Dysphagia therapy for infants through adults.

Many of our therapists specialize in both pediatric and adult therapeutic assessment and treatment.

“Voted Best of Las Vegas for therapy 2018 and 2019.” The link is on our Facebook page (Speakeasy Therapy Services, LLC) or through the RJ website.

Our Las Vegas Services Include:

     Speech Therapy

     Physical Therapy

      Occupational Therapy

       Adult Therapy

       Orofacial Myology

        Feeding therapy

        Social groups



Auditory Processing



       Accent Modification

       Neonatal feeding

       Tongue tie

      Pediatric Rehabilitation






When we began with Speakeasy my son who is on the Autism Spectrum was just beginning to speak in one to two word phrases. It did not take long before we were seeing significant progress with him. Speakeasy did an excellent job of reading my son’s non verbal communication. They moved with him as he was ready and it never felt forced like some of the therapy can present for the Autism Spectrum. They seemed to know when it was best to push and when it was better to give him the space he needed. They stayed respectful of my sons needs and always had a professional demeanor. My family and I really came to hold Speakeasy in high regard. They became not only a support system to my son but to myself. Speakeasy went above and beyond her tasks for speech therapy and for that I am so grateful.
L. Parisoff

Telepractice is Offered For The Following States

SPEECH NV Occupational NV


What are the benefits of receiving teletherapy services?

Therapy services provided by a licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist experienced using a variety of treatments for various populations (i.e., preschool-, school-based, adult-, and/or geriatric)

  • Individualized therapy programs
  • Flexible scheduling to meet clients’, students’, and teachers’ needs
  • Secure network connections
  • Easy to use, real-time, two-way interactive technology
  • Not having to travel
  • Not having to drive to sessions during inclement weather
  • Loved-ones observing sessions when requested ahead of time (to survey the teletherapy approach being used)
  • This helps with the generalization of skills learned during treatment and promotes practice outside of the actual teletherapy session
  • Use of engaging, highly personalized, and highly interactive therapy materials
and many other reasons…


Telepractice Delivers Speech/Language Services
By Erica Zollman, M.Ed., CCC-SLP


What is telepractice?


Telepractice is delivering speech/language therapy using technology when the service provider (speech-language pathologist) is in a different location than the client. Other names for telepractice include telespeech, teleaudiology, speech teletherapy, or telerehabilitation. Clinicians report using telepractice to address multiple speech and language disorders, including articulation disorders, autism, dysarthria, language disorders, cognitive disorders, dysphagia, and voice disorders (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010).


What are the benefits of using telepractice?


In many areas, there is a shortage of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to provide services both in school systems and medical facilities. Telepractice “offers the potential to deliver services in underserved and remote/rural geographic areas where they are not available and in areas with shortages of specialists” (Mashima & Doarn, 2008, p. 1106). Mashima and Doarn also found that telepractice can increase the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of treatment while providing homebound patients with appropriate therapy (2008, p. 1106). Clinicians report several benefits of using telepractice. Geurin and Marion-Wilson report that students made adequate progress on IEP goals and objectives when using telepractice. Additionally, they report that adolescents find the technology motivating and frequently prefer telepractice to more traditional speech therapy services (2013).


How does telepractice work?


Telepractice speech/language services utilize a variety of technology. Smartphones, tablets, desktop computers, laptop computers, and business-class video conferencing tools connect speech-language pathologists and clients (Guerin S., Marion-Wilson., T., 2013).
Telepractice speech therapy sessions fall into two categories: synchronous or asynchronous. Synchronous telepractice occurs in real-time and closely resembles video chat; the SLP and client interaction to share audio, video, data, and images. In an asynchronous telepractice, SLPs and clients record and store audio, video, data, and/or images, and then forward the stored data for viewing without any real-time interaction (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010).


Will patients receive the same quality of service?


Regardless of the service delivery model (telepractice or face-to-face), SLPs must comply with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (ASHA) standards, code of ethics, roles, responsibilities, and preferred practice patterns (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010).


Where do telepractice services occur?


Anywhere! Telepractice takes place in schools, medical centers, child-care centers, outpatient clinics, and corporate settings. In many cases, a trained facilitator must be present with the client during therapy sessions (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010).


Who is a good candidate for telepractice?


Telepractice is not appropriate for all situations. Clinicians must carefully consider a client’s physical and sensory characteristics, cognitive functioning, behavior, communication skills, and level of support prior to initiation services.


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“Now Accepting New Patients at All Locations” & “Most Insurance is accepted”


Northwest/Azure Location

7425 W Azure Dr, #140
Las Vegas, NV 89130

(next to Discount Tires, over the bridge from Walmart)

Spring Valley Location

6345 S. Jones Blvd., #300
Las Vegas 89118
(215 S. Jones)


Henderson Location

2490 Paseo Verde Parkway, #155
Henderson 89074

(behind lifetime in Green Valley)


North/Cheyenne Location

3965 W Cheyenne, #101
North Las Vegas, NV 89032

(between Decatur & Simmons)


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