About Our Speech Therapy Services

Who We Are | What we Do

At Southern Therapy Services, we provide speech-language pathology services to everyone.

Southern Therapy Services provides speech therapy services to individuals of all ages, children and adults.

All of our experienced speech-language pathologists hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and are qualified to treat all speech and language disorders in both children and adults. 

We are experienced working in a variety of settings: our clinic, hospital, skilled nursing facilities, and schools.  We have provided individual and contracted services in North Carolina and in South Carolina in a variety of settings.  


Call us today to learn more about our Speech Therapy Services in Southern Pines and surrounding areas. 

Services for Children

Children with delayed development can be helped by a speech pahologist.

If you have suspicions that your child is not speaking or understanding as he or she should be, then you are most likely correct. Intervention at an early age by a speech therapist or speech pathologist is key to addressing and alleviating speech-language delays.

Speech Disorders

Childhood Apraxia of Speech; Dysarthria; Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders; Speech Sound Disorders; Stuttering; Voice

Language Disorders

Preschool Language Disorders;  Phonological Awareness (the foundation for learning to read); Adolescent Language Disorders; Pragmatic Language Disorders;  Selective Mutism

Medical and Developmental Conditions

Cleft Lip and Palate;  Pediatric Dysphagia (Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing); Acquired Brain Injury 

Services for Adults

Adults also experience speech-language disorders

As adults, we sometimes find ourselves with speech-language disorders that may have persisted since childhood or we may have had an injury or illness. Speech-language pathologists can help.

Speech Disorders

Apraxia; Dysarthria; Stuttering; Voice

Language Disorders


Medical Conditions

Dementia; Dysphagia (Adult Chewing and Swallowing);

Acquired Brain Injury

Elective Services

Accent Modification; Voice and Communication Therapy

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