• Play-based speech and language therapy designed specifically for the needs of your child. Intervention embedded in play therapy uses the fun of play to increase your child's attention to speech, language and relationships.

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    • Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA CCC)

    • Wisconsin speech-language pathology license

    • Department of Public Instruction License (DPI)

    • 15 years of professional experience in private practice, birth-to-three programs, pre-schools and elementary schools

    • M.A. in Communication Disorders from Northern Illinois University Dekalb, IL

  • How It Works



    I want to hear about your concerns. Here we can talk about the wide range of typical development and how to best support your child's needs.



    After consultation, we determine which areas need to be evaluated. Evaluation takes about 60 minutes and can be done in your home. Results will be used to establish goals and baselines for progress. If your child has already had an evaluation somewhere else, those results can often be used.

    • Articulation, Language, Social Play and/or Feeding

    Schedule therapy

    Together we set goals based on the evaluation and goals of the family. Therapy can be done in your home, daycare, school or virtually.


    Ongoing assessment as your child reaches their goals

    As your child begins to reach their goals we continually encourage and reassess. Together we determine the need for ongoing therapy, discharge or other needed disciplines like physical, occupational or developmental therapies.

  • Feedback from Parents

    "We were referred to Kim two years ago to help with our daughter, who struggles with apraxia of speech. When we first started working with Kim, our daughter had a very small range of words and phrases and struggled pronouncing multiple/basic sounds. Kim worked hard to find how she learned best. She kept her interested and having fun. Kim was so flexible and easy to work with and when we were quickly shut down in a pandemic she came up with new ways to keep practicing with her virtually. I cannot say enough good things about Kim and all the hard work she put in for our daughter. Without her, our child's progression would not be nearly where it is today."

    -Veronica F. (six-year-old child)

    "Every time Kim came over for our son Chris' therapy, hewas bouncing with excitement (often literally!). He would run to the door when the doorbell rang, and was excited to play with Kim and her bag full of toys. Kim made his therapy into playtime, and it was almost hard to stop his sessions after he caught up on his language milestones. I felt like we were taking away his friend when we were all done. From the parent perspective, I can say that I felt Kim was good at sharing practical everyday advice for helping Chris learn language--things that we could do at home with him between her visits. I would happily recommend Kim to our family and friends, and if our second child needs speech therapy some day, we know who to call."

    -Alex J. (two-year-old child)


    "Mrs. Meyer is knowledgable, adaptable, creative and goal oriented. My child always looks forward to her sessions and has so much fun!"

    -Betsie K. (Five-year-old child)

  • Resources for Parents 

    I accept private pay. Playhouse Speech is a provider with Blue Cross Blue Shield. I can provide an invoice to help you to submit to other insurance carriers.

  • I Would Love to Hear from You!

    Please contact me to set up a free consultation.