ABOUT US.

PEDIATRIC THERAPY

We treat children of all ages and developmental levels with a broad range of diagnoses to help them with speech sounds, receptive, expressive and social language, stuttering, and alternative communication.

ADULT THERAPY

We help adults faced with comprehension, expression or cognitive challenges related to the impact of brain injury, stroke and other neurological disorders.

GROUP SERVICES

We offer onsite speech language screenings, informational seminars, and group therapy services for preschools and home school groups. Contact us to schedule your location.

CHECK OUT OUR SPACE

Our office is located in North Broward county to conveniently serve the communities of Coconut Creek, Parkland, Coral Springs, Boca Raton, Margate, Deerfield Beach and Pompano.

We are located in the Morgan Business Center, on Wiles Road, one mile south of Sawgrass and just east of State Road 7.

Our clinic has several therapy rooms and waiting/observation areas. We have ample parking, including handicap parking, and easy first floor access.

We have comfy chairs, coffee and WiFi for parents and caregivers.

MEET MELODY EREZ, M.S., CCC-SLP

Melody
LICENSED SPEECH PATHOLOGIST AT ACORN & OAK SPEECH THERAPY
WHAT'S YOUR INSPIRATION?

As a mother and a daughter, I provide the care that I would want my family to receive. I love and appreciate working with clients of every age, learning style and culture. My journey to becoming a speech-language pathologist started when I became a caregiver to my mother and watched her struggle with stroke and aphasia. I experienced first-hand the need for good communication and the impact a therapist can make.

WHEN WORKING WITH CHILDREN I LIKE TO...

Find the activities and targets that inspire each child to move forward while having fun. The key is that I’m having fun myself, because they’d know if I wasn’t!

WHEN WORKING WITH ADULTS I LIKE TO...

Focus on helping them maintain their integrity while making it easier for them to be themselves, by establishing the most natural way for them to regain or improve upon what’s important to them.

WHAT'S MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR CLIENTS?

It's important to customize therapy for their needs, so that they have the communication tools for their life – giving them their voice for humor, family, productivity and independence. I also think it's important to work as one team with parents, caregivers and other intervention staff, and to celebrate every hard-earned victory.

Melody
LICENSED SPEECH PATHOLOGIST AT ACORN & OAK SPEECH THERAPY

MEET MELODY EREZ, M.S., CCC-SLP

WHAT'S YOUR INSPIRATION?

As a mother and a daughter, I provide the care that I would want my family to receive. I love and appreciate working with clients of every age, learning style and culture. My journey to becoming a speech-language pathologist started when I became a caregiver to my mother and watched her struggle with stroke and aphasia. I experienced first-hand the need for good communication and the impact a therapist can make.

WHEN WORKING WITH CHILDREN I LIKE TO...

Find the activities and targets that inspire each child to move forward while having fun. The key is that I’m having fun myself, because they’d know if I wasn’t!

WHEN WORKING WITH ADULTS I LIKE TO...

Focus on helping them maintain their integrity while making it easier for them to be themselves, by establishing the most natural way for them to regain or improve upon what’s important to them.

WHAT'S MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR CLIENTS?

It's important to customize therapy for their needs, so that they have the communication tools for their life – giving them their voice for humor, family, productivity and independence. I also think it's important to work as one team with parents, caregivers and other intervention staff, and to celebrate every hard-earned victory.

Melody Erez is certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensed by the Florida Department of Health. She earned her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology with highest honors from Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida. Melody is also a Florida certified K-6 and Art K-12 teacher. She combines her many years of experience in education, visual communication, and speech-language clinical practice in multiple settings to create innovative and encouraging treatment plans for individuals of all ages.