Laura Wilson, the founder of TheraPlay Jax in Jacksonville, FL

Episode 43: Our guest is Laura Wilson, the mom behind TheraPlay Jax. In this episode, Laura chats with us about launching a business during lockdown, why early intervention is key for speech and language development, and how parents can build healthy speech habits early with kids.

Episode 43: Show Notes

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Episode 43: About Our Guest

Laura Wilson TheraPlay Jax in Jacksonville, FL

Laura has been providing speech, language, and feeding services for children in Northeast Florida for over 10 years. Her career as a Speech-Language Pathologist is one of her greatest joys and she has a great passion for seeing progress in the children that she serves, as well as investing in the next generation of clinicians through adjunct teaching and supervisory roles. Her specialty areas include: early intervention for speech, language, and foundational play skills; feeding difficulties in infants and young children; evaluation and treatment of cleft and craniofacial disorders; and motor planning-related speech disorders. 

Episode 43: TheraPlay Jax

TheraPlay Jax in Jacksonville, FL

TheraPlay Jax is a fun and engaging private therapy practice in Northeast Florida. Specializing in Early Intervention, our skilled speech language pathologists and occupational therapists travel to serve families in homes, daycares, schools, and more. They believe whole-heartedly that collaborative, family centered care is the future of therapy. Their private practice offers a solution for families that does not involve travel to and from a busy clinic – we come to you! Engaging in a child’s natural environment is an important key to success and carryover of skills learned. As well established therapists in Northeast Florida, they are fortunate to be intimate with the pediatric medical and educational community, affording us the opportunity for great “whole child” care. 

Laura Wilson TheraPlay Jax in Jacksonville, FL


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