At the Aspen Center, we’ve been a pillar of pediatric care in the triangle area for over 18 years, reaching out to families in Cary, NC, and surrounding areas including Apex, Morrisville, RTP (Research Triangle Park), and New Hill. A key area of our expertise lies in autism speech therapy, where we strive to unlock the world of communication for children with autism.

Autism presents unique challenges in speech and language development. Our pediatric speech-language pathologists (SLPs) specialize in understanding and addressing these challenges. We evaluate and treat communication issues, both expressive (speaking) and receptive (understanding), that children with autism often face. Our goal is to help each child develop effective ways to communicate, tailoring our approach to their individual needs.


Our autism speech therapy program focuses on various areas. We work on verbal and non-verbal communication systems, recognizing that not all children communicate in the same way. Language development is another crucial area – we help children in expressing their thoughts and understanding what others say, which is vital for their social and academic success.

Speech sound production and oral motor development are also integral parts of our therapy. These skills are essential for clear speech, and our SLPs use specialized techniques to enhance these areas. Additionally, we focus on socialization and executive functioning skills, equipping children with the ability to interact successfully and manage daily tasks.

Specializing in apraxia, motor planning issues, autism, social skills groups, and articulation and language disorders, our team at the Aspen Center is equipped to handle a wide range of speech and language difficulties. We work closely with families, ensuring that our therapy aligns with each child’s unique needs and family goals.

At the Aspen Center, we are dedicated to transforming the lives of children with autism through our specialized speech therapy services. We believe in nurturing each child’s ability to communicate, helping them to connect with the world around them in their own unique way. Our commitment extends to families in the greater Cary area, where we continue to offer support, guidance, and care for children with autism and their families. To learn more, contact us today at: for a consultation.