SFF Updates

Speech and Feeding Expands Local Footprint to Help Growing Frisco Population

“Your twins are healthy and growing!”  These words from our pediatrician, provide my husband and I with a sense of relief, accomplishment, and of course a reason to celebrate. Having had preemie twins who spent several weeks in the pediatric ICU, there were many long days and sleepless nights counting calories with our nurses to ensure they had the proper nutrition to thrive and grow.  Today, if you walk into my kitchen pantry, aside from the volume of food it takes to keep four kid’s hunger at bay, you will see small pencil marks on the wall with a date that indicates their continued growth over the years. Each mark a visual milestone on this tireless journey of parenting. 
 
This week, through love, focus, and an amazing team, I’m very excited to share with you the next growth milestone for another child of mine, compassionate therapy.  Speech and Feeding of Frisco has gone through a significant growth spurt and achieved a new development milestone.  I’m excited to share that we’ve now tripled our office space and added new therapists to our services to better serve our families. The new, bigger, brighter, and more comprehensive location for
Speech and Feeding of Frisco is 4645 Wyndham Lane. Frisco, Texas.

I started Speech and Feeding of Frisco in 2017 with the simple goal of creating a supportive environment for families with children experiencing developmental and feeding delays.  I’m so thankful for the opportunity to continue to achieve that goal today.  My team and I look forward to partnering with the many more parents, as we provide the love, patience, and tools needed for your child’s growth.
 
As the pencil marks continue up the wall in our pantry, I think back to how far my preemie twins have come and all the obstacles we, as parents, had to overcome.  I have no doubt that they will be towering above me in our next family pictures, and their once pediatrician’s words will continue to ring true.  
 
Have any questions or concerns about your child’s speech or feeding development? Check out a few of our resources to better understand what you can look for to help evaluate your child’s need for development and feeding therapy.

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