Speech and Language Services for Children


Soaring Speech

8 Taylor Farm Rd

Windham, NH 03087

(603) 244-0025


ASHA Certified

Child-Centered Services

One-on-One Instruction

Flexible Scheduling

Speech therapy is available for articulation, fluency,  and voice disorders. 

Language therapy is available for expressive and receptive language delays.

Literacy services are available for reading, spelling, and written expression. 

Soaring Speech offers a no cost, no obligation initial consultation.

Soaring Speech is owned and operated by Tara Blake, MS CCC-SLP.  Tara holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Disorders from University of Central Florida, as well as a Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Northeastern University. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from American Speech-Language Hearing Association and is licensed in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts.  Tara is also licensed as an Early Intervention Associate through the State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services.

Tara has been working as a speech language pathologist since 1999 in early intervention, public schools, and outpatient services providing services to children birth to age 21.  Areas of expertise include articulation and phonological disorders, expressive and receptive language delays, as well language-based learning disabilities.  Tara is available to see children during after school hours, including early evenings and weekend appointments for speech and language therapy in Windham.

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tara a. Blake, ms ccc-slp

Speech Language Pathologist

If you have concerns regarding your child's speech and language development, contact Soaring Speech.

Soaring Speech is a full service speech and language clinic for children located in Windham.

Soaring Speech is a child-centered, speech and language private practice located in Windham, New Hampshire.  Our mission is to provide exceptional speech and language services to children from toddlers to teens.  Speech and language skills are essential for achieving academic success, establishing and maintaining social relationships with family and friends, as well as developing positive self-esteem. Therapy is individualized to target the child's area of need, while incorporating the child's strengths and interests.  Families and caregivers are an essential component in the therapy progress and are always welcome to observe therapy sessions.  Post-session conferences are included in each session to provide progress updates and strategies to use at home.