Speech Therapy for Children and Toddlers in Beaverton, OR


Speech Therapy in Beaverton, Oregon

Located near Bridgeport Village off SW Upper Boones Ferry Road.  Our speech and language therapy center is ideally located to serve families within the Beaverton area.

Customer Review

“I cannot say enough good things about Parkwood and Bella .  This place has a very professional approach in setting goals to meet each kid's needs.  It is great to know what your kid is working on and how he/she is progressing towards completing the goal. Bella is thoughtful, caring and extremely competent.  She motivates our girl to try her best every time and to look forward in achieving her goals. She gives great feedback after each session.  Parkwood has been a blessing for us; our girls have been striving !  Thank you Ashley, Bella and the Parkwood team!”

- Carla B. (Beaverton, OR)


We believe children learn best when immersed in rich environments and surrounded by positive reinforcement. At Parkwood Speech and Language Therapy Clinic we work to build an enjoyable learning experience that will nurture your child's experience.

Our sessions are designed to monitor and track your child's improvement throughout the speech and language therapy process. We clearly track changes in learning patterns through goal oriented and data focused sessions. In addition our talented speech therapists will utilize a variety of cutting edge technologies, toys, and activities to achieve this teaching model.

Parents and caregivers are always welcome to join the child and therapist at the end of every session to allow for sharing and treatment progression.

Meet Our Talented Team of 

Speech Language Therapists near Beaverton, OR


Our team of nationally certified Speech-Language pathologists in will evaluate and create treatment plans for:

  • Fluency & Stuttering 

  • Services for individual with hearing loss

  • Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy & Disorders

  • Receptive Language 

  • Cognition/Memory/Executive Functioning 

  • Early Intervention & Parent Training 

  • Social Communication/Pragmatics/Play Groups

  • Expressive Language

  • Aphasia

  • AAC (Augmentative/Alternative Communication 

  • Feeding Therapy 

  • Cleft Lip and Palate

  • Selective Mutism


Parkwood clinicians provide skilled treatment as well as parent/caregiver coaching through a HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform.

One-on-one sessions from the comfort and security of your home
Great for families on the go or abroad

Avoid the hassle of going out to attend in-person sessions

Your child can be more expressive in a familiar setting at home

You can learn and experience yourself how your child progresses

Frequently Asked Questions About Speech and Language Therapy:

How do I tell if my child’s speech or language is delayed?

Speech and language skills encompass different areas. Language typically refers to the ability to comprehend and use words in sentences to communicate. Speech refers to the specific sounds we use to make words. For a greater understanding of typical speech and language milestones, please see our child benchmarks.

What communication areas do you evaluate and treat?

Our team of nationally certified Speech-Language Pathologists evaluate and create treatment plans for:


  • Speech Sounds

  • Language Expression

  • Comprehension

  • Auditory Processing

  • Toddler and Preschool Play Skills

  • Pragmatic and Social Language Skills

  • Voice

  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

  • Behavioral Modification

  • Swallowing and Feeding Patterns

  • Stuttering (Fluency)

  • Emergent Literacy Skills

  • Reading

  • Written Language

  • Vocabulary

  • Word Retrieval

What can I do to help my child outside the clinic?

Caregivers are critical for therapeutic progress. As your child is only in therapy a limited amount of time per week, generalizing learned skills outside of the clinic is essential. The course of treatment is improved by consistent attendance, caregiver training opportunities, and generalization of learned skills across natural environments like your home and at school. Talk to your clinician about ways you can collaborate on an individualized home program.

How is speech therapy at The Parkwood Clinic different from therapy offered at school?

Research shows children need repetition to make progress. At the Parkwood Clinic we see children for individual sessions a minimum of twice per week. Our custom-tailored treatment plans are designed to be therapeutic, fun and functional– so you see your child’s skills improve outside the clinic. For more information please see Our Method. The Parkwood Clinic is different from therapy delivered in the school setting because school speech therapy is typically provided in small groups and for limited time intervals. In a school setting, the combination of group therapy, limited frequency, and short time durations, makes skill-building and dramatic treatment outcomes difficult. The Parkwood Clinic encourages communication with your child’s school therapist for consistency in treatment and collaboration across settings.

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Parkwood Bridgeport

17020 SW Upper Boones Ferry Road, Suite 201
Portland, OR 97224

Phone: 503-894-1539

Speech Therapy Center

Ideally located to serve the greater Portland, Beaverton, and Lake Oswego areas & providing online speech therapy for kids across Oregon.