Speachy Learning Center

Mayra Cramer and associates specialize in therapies for children of all ages struggling with speech, language or social communication issues. The Center’s team also provides consultations, trainings, school screenings, and seminars, and fields inquiries and referrals from other medical professionals, for matters relating to children’s speech-language pathology.

Services For Children
Speachy Learning Center treats children as young as six months and with a range of needs, from developmental delays to spectrum disorders.

Services for Parents
Services to parents include diagnosis of speech- and language-related disorders, parent consultations & training, and seminars for parent groups.

Schools & Health Professionals
Center staff work closely with a number of pre- and elementary school programs in the Menlo Park and Palo Alto area, and also with other medical professionals.

Speachy Kids Having Fun
PLAYGROUP: For Children 2 to 6 years old.

A fun and educational program designed to teach how to make and keep friends in a small classroom setting. Children learn how to share, communicate, play fair, and enjoy being with other children. They also are exposed to skills, activities, and lessons that will help them in preschool and beyond.

Cost: $100 for a weekly 60-minute group class of up to 8 children, with 2 specialized teachers/speech and language therapists (when available). Your receipt will have the code for group therapy in the event your insurance company, or Flexible Spending Account, reimburses for this type of therapy.

Thinking Tools
THINKING TOOLS: For Kids 7 to 18 years old.

Collect tools to use in sticky and confusing social situations at school or home, with friends, and everywhere people gather. Topics include: “How to really listen to others”; “What does your body say about you and do your words match?” and “How do I start a conversation with someone I don’t know?”

Cost: $115 per 45-minute small group (3-5 kids) session.


1164 Chestnut Street
94025 Menlo Park , CA
844 773-2249
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Thu, Jun 21, 2018: 8:35 am
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