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Pediatric Speech-Language Therapy

 Little Big and LOUD is a speech-language and feeding therapy private practice located in Oak Ridge.  Our speech-language pathologists specialize in pediatric speech-language evaluations and therapy addressing Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Autism, Early Intervention, Receptive and Expressive Language Delays, Pragmatic Language Disorder, and Stuttering.  Our therapists specialize in working with children from birth to 18 years old. Little Big and LOUD serves Knoxville, Oak Ridge, Anderson County, and surrounding areas.


Speech-Language and Feeding Therapy services provided in person at our office in Oak Ridge. Conveniently located within Anderson County, on the Knox County border.

102A Mitchell Road

Oak Ridge, TN 37830

Call or Text: (865) 213-2844

Fax: (865) 213-7646

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HD, Parent

  Little Big and Loud Pediatric Speech and Occupational Therapy was recommended to our family by multiple people. They raved on about Ashley and her amazing staff. As a Kindergarten teacher I was skeptical at first to change my son’s routine. I wasn’t happy with his therapists, but at the same time I didn’t realize there was more affordable options out there. Ashley was so attentive to every concern I had for our son. Upon our first appointment I was absolutely smitten with Ashley and Laurel. Both of them came out into the hallway to greet my son and help him feel more at home. The facility is adorable. Ashley and her staff have each room set up beautifully. They have so many fun kid friendly activities that children do during their sessions. It doesn’t make for rigorous therapy, but for individualized need based learning. The exposure to language and the support from LBL is exactly what our son needed. LBL has been an advocate for our family, but most importantly they have become part of our family. They do not just support Jackson, but they easy my worries every session. They praise big and work hard to ensure that each child is getting what they need. I will never be able to thank LBL for all their support during this time.

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