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5033 Oak Creek Ct
Fort Wayne, IN, 46835
United States


Fort 4 Autism is a non-profit organization with the goal of advocating for and supporting families affected by autism in the Fort Wayne area.

Speech Therapy

Small Talk

Small Talk is a speech pathology practice servicing the communication needs of children of all ages in the Fort Wayne, Indiana area. 

Small Talk provides clinic and home-based services.  We are committed to helping children with communication disorders increase their speech and language skills by providing quality care using the latest tools and resources.

Small Talk encourages parents and family members to actively participate in the intervention process. We recognize the significant and essential role family members play in the child's progress in and outside of the therapy session.

10620 Corporate Drive  Suite C, Fort Wayne, IN 46845

(260) 348-9180



Reaching Out Loud Inc.

   Reaching Out Loud, Inc. is focused on providing speech and language therapy services to those from infancy to adult. Customer satisfaction is very important and references are available upon request.

     With a variety of therapy tools to offer, we have over thirty years of combined experience, most in the pediatric population.  Our personal philosophy is that; in order for success to be evident, trust must be earned.  With trust acquired, new things will emerge then confidence and success within the client will grow.  It is incredibly important that sessions be consistent and clients and/or families follow through with activities that are sent home.   

     Our office rooms allows us to utilize computer equipment, auditory feedback devices, different sensory input techniques, and traditional therapeutic tools.  We provide both structured and play based environments (with children), depending on the patient's needs.

10620 Corporate Drive, Suite I, Fort Wayne, IN  46845






Children's Autism Center

Our on-site Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP), Audrey Chapin, is available to provide direct therapy for your child. Audrey works with your child's team to coordinate services.

South: 10313 Aboite Center Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804
North: 9925 Coldwater Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Phone: (260) 459-6040



Hand in Hand

Individual Therapy Services
Individual therapy is designed to provide one-on-one, goal specific, therapy based on the specific needs of your child.  Session times can range from 30-60 minutes depending on your child’s individualized treatment plan. As the child’s care giver you assist in creating and implementing the treatment. Caregivers are welcomed into the therapy session with their child.

Group Therapy Services
At Hand In Hand Therapy Specialists, we realize that "one therapy approach doesn't fit all".  For that reason, in addition to individual therapy, we offer the following summer group programs.

Social Language Groups  Social language groups offer a small group setting facilitated by a Speech Language Pathologist in which a child can generalize skills in a realistic environment.  Goals addressed may include appropriate eye contact, turn taking, asking and responding to questions and body language.  Groups typically consist of 3 or 4 children of similar age who share a need to improve appropriate social language use.  Groups are for 60 minutes and run for 5 weeks. 

Language Enrichment Groups  These groups are designed for children ages 3-5. This program is facilitated by a Speech Language Pathologist and address children's speech, language and social development with peers.  Goals addressed include listening and following directions, sharing, turn-taking and interacting with peers.  Vocabulary and language use are also targeted.  Groups consist of 3-4 students for sessions of 90 minutes.  These groups run for 5 weeks. 

9426 Lima Road, Suite A, Fort Wayne, IN 46818

(260) 497-0328




Some children only need help with language. Others have problems with the mechanics of speech. Hopebridge can assist with either disability.  Our speech therapists will work to find engaging activities that strengthen areas of weakness, such as understanding receptive language, using expressive language, and developing articulation, pitch, fluency and volume.

Speech therapy will be provided by a licensed speech-language pathologist or a speech-language pathology aid.  Therapists are assigned clients based on type of delay/disorder, schedule preference and other relevant factors to provide the best match possible between clients and therapists.  At Hopebridge, we are committed to providing your child with the highest level of service.  Our licensed therapists have experience working with a variety of diagnosis and conditions and participate in ongoing training and continuing education to ensure that we are offering the most current and innovative treatment approaches.

If your child is receiving multiple services, we will participate in team meetings to ensure that the multiple facets of your child’s care are coordinated. Quarterly staffing meetings will be conducted with all disciplines to address the individual needs of every client.  Quarterly Plan of Care (POC) reports are written by the therapist, which are then sent to the referring physician for signature and authorization to continue treatment.  These will also be given to you to keep in your Hopebridge Treatment Plan binder.

1300 Airport North Office Park, Fort Wayne, IN 46825
(260) 471-9263



Turnstone’s pediatric and adult therapeutic services include: physical, occupational, speech and aquatic therapy.  Therapy is provided onsite, by appointment; if the child is age 3 or younger, therapy can be provided in the home through the First Steps Program.

Turnstone’s therapists are specialized in working with children with disabilities, including but not limited to spina bifida, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, stroke, Down syndrome, autism and other neurological and orthopeadic diagnoses.

3320 North Clinton Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46805

(260) 483-2100



Meaningful Day Services

Speech and language therapy services through Meaningful Day Services, Inc. (MDS) have the advantage of serving clients in their homes and throughout the community. Home-based services provide the advantage of facilitating and improving communication skills with clients in their natural language settings. Speech/Language Pathologists (SLPs) can assess the skills and needs of each individual in their daily environments, and include therapy tools and techniques that are appropriate for that person's immediate and long term needs. Services can also be expanded to meet clients' communication needs in various community settings, or in an office setting when deemed appropriate.

6142 Saint Joe Center Rd. #171, Fort Wayne, IN 46835
(260) 517-3811


Lutheran Hospital

Lutheran Hospital's Outpatient Rehabilitation Department provides a full-service continuum of quality rehabilitative care to meet our patients' needs. We use an interdisciplinary team approach to help our patients achieve a high level of independence and return to a satisfying and purposeful life.

7950 W. Jefferson Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46804
(260) 435-6143