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Learn. Blossom. Grow

Blossom Speech Clinic is a growing private practice providing home-based services in San Diego County. We provide the highest level of individualized speech, language & feeding services to children from birth to five, including diagnostic and therapy services.

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“The most precious gift we can offer others is our presence. When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will bloom like flowers.”  ~Thich Nhat Hanh

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In order for your child to blossom, our in-home therapy services are individualized, play-based, family-centered, and goal-oriented.

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The intervention process should encompass the whole child and their unique qualities. At Blossom Speech Clinic, we appreciate individuality and design individual programs that reflect your child’s specific needs.

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Play is important to a child's development. Children interact, communicate and connect through play. Play promotes engagement, positive emotion, and encourages developmental growth. At Blossom Speech Clinic, we make learning fun!

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Parents are an active part of every session in our program. At Blossom Speech Clinic, we work to educate families with ways to encourage communication during natural opportunities in a variety of settings. We support caregivers in establishing communication strategies into their child's natural environment, which will considerably improve their child's progress.

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We work with parents to establish appropriate, individualized goals for your child. Progress takes time and persistence and at Blossom Speech Clinic, we believe every small win is valuable and calls for celebration. We give your child many opportunities for success along the way to meeting their goals.

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Blossom Speech therapists provide the highest level of individualized speech, language and feeding services to meet the needs of children and their families in the San Diego area.

We offer treatment of delays/disorders including, but not limited to:

  • Non-verbal/Prelinguistic Communicators 

  • Receptive and expressive language delays

  • Articulation and motor speech disorders 

  • Feeding or swallowing issues

  • Social Interaction and Development

  • Imagination, Cognition, and Play Skills

  • Hearing Impairments

  • Phonologic Disorders         

  • Auditory Processing Disorders

  • Attention Impairments       

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Our therapists are experts in recognizing delays in developmental milestones in infants and toddlers, particularly those that indicate risk for communicative or feeding difficulties. An assessment is an important part of the therapeutic process and conducted prior to beginning services. The evaluation helps the therapist to design a program that is specific to your child’s individual needs. The assessment includes a parent interview in which we will discuss your family’s concerns and priorities for therapy and gather background and developmental history. The assessment will also include observation and interaction with your child in the comfort of your home to determine their current level of functioning. We will examine your child’s emotional and social functioning, oral motor system, feeding and swallowing, language comprehension, early sound development, word production and word combinations. Results of the assessment will be reviewed with you and you will receive a report describing all of our findings.

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Speech and language therapy focuses on helping your child to achieve his/her communication goals through various fun, exciting, interactive activities designed to enhance speech and language skills. Our approach to therapy is a child-led and stems from a holistic developmental lens, with the primary goal of encouraging social learning during natural, everyday, and fun activities. It encompasses family-centered and culturally responsive care, which involves families and service providers working together to encourage children’s participation in everyday family and community situations. Intervention is centered around play, keeping children engaged, and having fun during every step of their treatment process.


Is mealtime a struggle? Nutritional variety for children ages 0-5 is extremely important to the growth and development that happens in those early years. While some pickiness is normal during the toddler years, feeding therapy is recommended for more extreme picky eaters who have a very limited diet and stress around trying new foods. At Blossom Speech, we take a sensory and behavioral approach to feeding by exploring your child's relationship with food. Our therapy program takes strageic steps for your child’s sensory preferences and focuses on exposing your child to new foods in fun and creative ways that promote acceptance, reduce the stress around mealtimes, and encourage a healthy diet that supports growth and development.

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At Blossom Speech, we believe supporting families during these early stages is crucial to your child’s success. We understand the importance of providing a language- and sensory-rich environment for your child and will help you identify and incorporate opportunities to enhance your child’s developmental skills through common everyday interactions. If you would like to learn more about simple everyday strategies to use to promote your child’s speech and language development, we are happy to help you.

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Speech-Language Pathologist

Stormy Iverson is a highly skilled speech and feeding therapist with twenty years of experience working with clients of varying abilities and backgrounds. She is a licensed speech-language pathologist in the state of California and nationally credentialed by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. She holds a doctorate in Applied Linguistics from UCLA. Dr. Iverson is the owner of Blossom Speech, Inc. where she specializes in pediatric speech, language, and feeding therapy. Stormy is passionate about the importance of early intervention and she treats her clients with compassionate, personal and expert care.

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If you have any concerns about your child’s development, the earlier you seek help, the better. The “wait and see” approach could be wasting valuable time in your child’s development. Studies confirm that early detection of speech, language and feeding difficulties, paired with treatment, can make a significant difference and provide positive outcomes in your child's life.

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