The Moser Group, Inc. is excited to welcome Little Voices Pediatric Therapy and Carolina Audiology Services to Sun Valley Commons
Little Voices Pediatric Therapy is a private practice that specializes in pediatrics (0-18) with a variety of speech and language needs. From speech and language delay, articulation disorder, auditory processing disorder, hearing loss, swallowing disorders, they specialize in children with a variety of disabilities.
Services currently provided at Little Voices Pediatric Therapy
•Articulation Evaluation and Therapy
•Expressive and Receptive Language Evaluation and Therapy
•Swallowing Evaluation and Therapy
•Feeding Evaluation and Therapy
•Auditory Evaluation and Therapy
•Auditory Processing Evaluation and Therapy
•Stuttering Evaluation and Therapy
•Voice Disorders Evaluation and Therapy
•Phonological Awareness Evaluation and Therapy
•Obtain a script from the pediatrician
•Verify Insurance/get prior approval (if needed)
•Speech therapist to complete formal evaluation
•Review evaluation and provide written report to parents/caregivers
•Begin therapy services (1-2 times per week)
Additionally, the company plans to add Occupational Therapy in July and add on another speech therapist in August.
The owner of Little Voices Pediatric Therapy is Danielle Py, speech-language pathologist. Danielle attended Florida State University and obtained a bachelors degree in music therapy. She worked closely with children and a variety of disabilities in the private/public school sector. It was then that Danielle decided to continue her education and completed her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology in 2005.
Danielle, her husband Jeff, and their children moved to Charlotte, NC in 2013 and now live in Union County, NC. The Py family previously owned and operated Py Hearing and Communication Centers; however in 2019, they decided to close the business and open Little Voices Pediatric Therapy Services.
Danielle has worked in a variety of placements throughout her career: school systems, preschool settings, hospitals, nursing homes, rehab centers and the private sector. She brings an abundance of knowledge to all of her patients.
Danielle has completed speciality educational seminars in the following:
- Autism spectrum disorders: Hanen program, Play Project.
- Feeding disorders: Pediatric feeding disorders “The Big Picture”
- Swallowing disorders: Vital Stimulation Therapy.
- Articulation disorders: Apraxia of Speech, Language Delay, Reading difficulties, Hearing impairments.
Danielle’s husband, Dr. Jeff Py, was born in Fairfax, California and moved to Florida when he was five at which time his father and mother both became hearing aid specialists in the state of Florida. Hearing healthcare has been a passion for Dr. Py, since a young age as he remembers helping his parents study for the Audiology portion of the state exam.
Dr. Py’s side of the business is operating as an audiologist with Carolina Audiology Services. Danielle and Jeff opted to split the business up this way because they work with both children and adults. He works with hearing impaired children and adults by providing them with hearing aids and hearing care services. Jeff has a contract with the VA in which he helps veterans get hearing aids for hearing loss that occurred as a result of being in the military. However, he also works with the majority of the major insurance providers to help patients get hearing aids. You can learn more about his side of the business at www.carolinaaudiologyservices.com.
Seida Campos is the bilingual speech language pathology assistant at Little Voices Speech Therapy. She graduated from Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute in 2017. She enjoys working with pediatric patients and their families.
Born and raised in Flushing, Queens, New York, Seida moved to Charlotte in 2012 with her husband and two children.
Now that you know a little bit about the faces behind Little Voices Pediatric Therapy and Carolina Audiology Services, be sure to go check out their new location at 6555 Old Monroe Road in Indian Trail. Other tenants in the building include New Beginnings Treatment Center, a DWI/ DUI & Substance Abuse Treatment Center.