Clinics In orlando, Winter Park and Kissimmee

Speech & Occupational Therapy

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Speech Therapy

Talk Active Speech Therapists treat speech and language disorders and work with individuals of ages between birth-21 years old.

We evaluate/diagnose and treat speech/language problems, such as articulation delays, developmental delays, Autism Spectrum disorder, Syndroms involving Speech and Language delays, dysarthria and Dyslexia, serving Orlando and Kissimmee areas.

"The best clinic in Orlando. Staff is very professional and so caring. I love that they offer both speech and Ocupational therapy. It’s been a blessing to be a part of this family!!"
Janette H — From Google Reviews
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Occupational Therapy

Talk Active Occupational Therapists team work with individuals of ages between birth-21 years old, improving fine motor skills, gross motor skills, postural control, sensory processing skills, reflex integration, praxis, self-help skills, visual perceptual and visual motor skills, handwriting, social skills, coping skills, self-concept and behavior in Orlando and Kissimmee areas.

"My daughter has been attending this practice in Orlando for over 2 years. She has the best therapists, is currently receiving Speech and occupational therapy. My child has come such a long way thanks to the effort and dedication that the therapists  have shown. I recommend TalkActive"
Aryana V. — From Google Reviews
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Find Us in 4 Locations

Talk Active Therapy Clinic is a therapist owned and operated therapy clinic located in Orlando & Kissimmee providing services in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

We have 4 clinics: Winter Park – Aloma Ave, S. Orange Blossom Trail – Near to Florida Mall, Metro West – near to Valencia College and Kissimmee - FL at La Mirada Plaza/192.

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OBT Florida Mall
6900 S. Orange Blossom Trail #102 Orlando, FL 32809
Metrowest
1601 Park Center Dr #7 Orlando, FL 32835
Kissimmee
3501 W. Vine Street #130 Kissimmee, FL 34741
Winter Park
7457 Aloma Ave #201 Winter Park, FL 32792
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Testimonials

We are proud of being one of the best rated clinics in Orlando.

Sheidy O.
"I've had the best experience my son is doing amazing and Amarilis my son speech therapist is one of a kind very patient. Couldn't have asked for a better place!"
Melanie S.
"I had an amazing experience with this clinic. My son looks forward to all his sessions. Would recommend to my family and friends in the future."
Iveth R
"This place is amazing, they are really concern about my son, I love the experience with this facility.  Veronica, the receptionist at OBT office is kind and professional every time."
Vilmarie A
“Great great place and the teachers are the best. My daughter loves this place and she feel so comfortable and happy all the time that she goes. 5 stars!”
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What Are the Types of Autism Spectrum Disorders?

Autism spectrum disorders include social, communication, and behavioral challenges. These problems can be mild, severe, or somewhere in between.Early diagnosis is important, because early treatment can make a big difference.

What Conditions Are Considered Spectrum Disorders?

Until recently, experts talked about different types of autism, such as autistic disorder, Asperger’s syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS). But now they are all called “autism spectrum disorders.”
If you still hear people use some of the older terms, you’ll want to know what they mean:
Asperger’s syndrome. This is on the milder end of the autism spectrum. A person with Asperger’s may be very intelligent and able to handle her daily life. She may be really focused on topics that interest her and discuss them nonstop. But she has a much harder time socially.
Pervasive developmental disorder, not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS). This mouthful of a diagnosis included most children whose autism was more severe than Asperger’s syndrome, but not as severe as autistic disorder.
Autistic disorder. This older term is further along the autism spectrum than Asperger’s and PDD-NOS. It includes the same types of symptoms, but at a more intense level.
Childhood disintegrative disorder. This was the rarest and most severe part of the spectrum. It described children who develop normally and then quickly lose many social, language, and mental skills, usually between ages 2 and 4. Often, these children also developed a seizure disorder.

Is Rett Syndrome an ASD?

Children with Rett syndrome often have behaviors similar to autism, and experts used to group it among spectrum disorders. But now that it’s known to be caused by a genetic mutation, it’s no longer considered an ASD.

What Is Autism?

Autism is a brain disorder that limits a person’s ability to communicate and relate to other people. It first appears in young children, who fall along a spectrum from mild to severe. Some people can navigate their world, some have exceptional abilities, while others struggle to speak. Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) affect about one child in 68, striking nearly five times as many boys as girls.