Speech Matters provides individual speech-language treatment plans and goals that are developed and implemented based on each client’s specific needs. Our therapists hold a Master’s degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders, a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensure from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To ensure the highest quality of services, we provide individualized and personalized therapy in a warm, fun and stimulating environment. We further believe parent/caregiver involvement is essential for a child’s communication success. Parental education is provided ensuring that therapeutic techniques and goals can be reinforced beyond the therapy session.

Speech Matters provides treatment for the following areas of concerns:

        • andover speech therapyAccent Reduction
        • Articulation Disorders
        • Auditory Processing Disorders
        • Autism Spectrum Disorders
        • Childhood Apraxia of Speech
        • Developmental Delays
        • Dyslexia
        • Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders
        • Fluency Disorders (Stuttering)
        • Language-based Learning Disabilities
        • Nonverbal Learning Disability
        • Phonological Disorders
        • Pragmatic & Social Language Disorders
        • Reading Comprehension
        • Tongue Thrust Disorders
        • Voice Disorders
        • Written Language Disorders
Teletherapy Appointments Available


“Our preschooler had a lot to say, but nobody could understand him. Fast forward two years and our 5-year-old son still has a lot to say, but he can now say it all much more easily and clearly. We credit Deb entirely for this transformation. She quickly developed a rapport with our son through creative uses of toys, books, and games. As our son gained control over more of his sounds, his confidence grew and his focus improved. We are so lucky we found Deb when we did. Thank you!”

Lauren – Andover, MA

My son Patrick has been seeing Lisa since he was 5. He was born with a genetic disorder that impacts his speech. After a surgery that repaired his pharyngeal flap and not knowing what the outcome would be, Lisa was able to get Patrick from just a 2-word sentence to a full sentence.

Michelle – Andover MA