About Wee Speak
Wee Speak is a small, private speech therapy practice focused on helping your child make the most progress in the shortest amount of time possible. We are dedicated to helping your child grow and succeed in communication and social connections.
Speech and language therapy can help reduce communication frustration, improve family and peer interactions, increase self-confidence, and support academic success. Starting speech therapy early can help to address problems before they become more serious.
Our highest priority is to serve children in a caring, warm, supportive, and effective environment. We believe in teamwork and collaboration, not only with our clients’ family, but with teachers, daycare workers, doctors and other therapists in order to help generalize skills and to provide continuity of services.
Parents are an extremely important part of their child's therapy program and help determine whether it is a success. Children who complete the program quickest and with the longest-lasting results are those whose parents have been involved. Parent education and modeling of speech/language facilitation techniques are included in each session.
All of our therapists are fully ASHA certified, while some are certified in DTTC (Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing) and have received PROMPT training.
About Our Team
Meg Max MS, CCC-SLP
Meg’s purpose and passion in life is helping children develop the communication skills they need to connect with the world around them. She is a dedicated and caring professional who enjoys working with young children and their families to provide personalized therapy to help each child achieve their communication goals.
Meg is a licensed pediatric speech language pathologist who has been practicing since 2002. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from Kutztown University and her Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from Bloomsburg University. Meg is ASHA certified with over 15 years of experience working with children and their families in a variety of settings.
Meg specializes in dealing with the unique needs of infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers and school-aged children with speech and language disorders. She has provided pediatric therapy services within in a wide variety of settings; including hospitals, specialized school settings, the Bucks County Intermediate Unit and local Early Intervention home-based programs. Meg has a reputation for ultra-effective speech therapy and works with a variety of speech and language disorders.
Jessica Greiser MS, CCC-SLP
Jessica is a nationally certified and PA state licensed speech-language pathologist with over 10 years of experience evaluating, treating and consulting in a variety of pediatric settings. Jessica received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders (with a Minor in Human Development and Family Studies) at Penn State University before obtaining her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences at City University of New York- Hunter College.
Jessica has worked with children, their families and their related treatment teams to promote speech-sound production (articulation, phonological impairments, childhood apraxia of speech, dysarthria), expressive, receptive and pragmatic language development, language based literacy skills, executive functioning skills, feeding skills, alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) and fluency skills.
Jessica believes it is her role as a speech-language pathologist to identify, build and promote a child’s ability to connect to and meaningfully participate in their world. She loves a therapy session that is equal parts functional, effective, and fun and integrates her clinical expertise with the needs and values of her clientele.
Dana Roberts MA, CCC-SLP
Dana is a licensed, bilingual pediatric speech language pathologist who has been practicing since 2010. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech Language Pathology and Spanish from Syracuse University and her Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from Temple University. She completed the Bilingual Emphasis Program at Temple, with a focus in Spanish. Dana is ASHA certified with over 10 years of experience working with children and their families in a variety of settings.
Dana specializes in dealing with the unique needs of children ages infant to 21 with a variety of speech and language disorders, and swallowing and feeding disorders. She has provided pediatric therapy services within a variety of settings; including hospitals and the NICU, in-home early intervention, and outpatient therapy. She was on the cochlear implant team and the Cleft Palate/Craniofacial Team at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children. Dana has experience working with children with a wide variety of specific disorders and diagnoses, including children with Down syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, cleft lip and palate, deafness/hard-of-hearing, resonance disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, articulation and phonological disorders, alternative and augmentative communication (AAC), feeding and swallowing disorders and severe picky eating.
Dana is a dedicated and caring professional who believes that speech-language and feeding therapy should be child and family focused, fun, and functional. She strives to provide individualized care for all of her patients and to work with their families to help them achieve their goals for their children to successfully communicate with others in their world.
Gabby Klapper MS, CCC-SLP
Gabby is a dedicated, high achieving, and compassionate speech-language pathologist with four years of professional clinical experience in a variety of settings. She is committed to serving each child’s needs through the development of individualized and culturally appropriate goals and treatment plans.
Gabby is an ASHA certified, PA state licensed speech language pathologist. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the Pennsylvania State University and her Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. She is knowledgeable in the areas of screening, evaluation, and treatment across a variety of age ranges and disorder types.
Gabby specializes in working with children ages birth to 21, as well as their families and interdisciplinary team members, with a variety of speech and language disorders. She has provided pediatric therapy services in the schools and outpatient clinics, serving children with a variety of diagnoses including articulation and phonological disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, fluency disorders, auditory processing disorders, expressive, receptive, and pragmatic language disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).
Gabby enjoys working with children and their families. She strives to help children communicate effectively and functionally in the world. She believes it is her job to make therapy not only effective and functional, but also fun!
Maureen Rabbitt, MA CCC-SLP
Maureen Rabbitt is an American Speech and Hearing Association certified speech language
pathologist who currently serves the school-aged children of Montgomery and Bucks counties. She currently works full time as speech language pathologist in a local school district.
Maureen received both her Bachelor’s (2018) and Master’s (2020) degrees from Temple University (Go Owls!). Her therapy values include building relationships with her clients,
supporting clients’ social and emotional needs, and instilling grit in clients as they work towards their speech and language goals. Maureen has worked with children of all ages (3-21) with a variety of communication needs, including children with childhood apraxia of speech, Autistic children, children with Down Syndrome, and children who stutter.
While she has worked with many clients, Maureen understands no two children are the same and getting to know each child’s needs AND strengths are crucial to provided effective therapy. Maureen looks forward to working with your child towards their goals!
Jenna Supinski, MS CCC-SLP
Jenna is a PA state licensed, ASHA certified speech-language pathologist who is passionate about providing fun, functional speech intervention with the pediatric population. She believes in celebrating children’s strengths while using those strengths to boost areas of need.
Jenna graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology with a minor in Neuroscience from Ithaca College in 2019. She then earned her Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Penn State University in 2021. She has worked with the pediatric population in both outpatient and private practice settings where she learned the importance of using evidence-based practice to treat the entire child (e.g., sensory system, motor skills).
Jenna has experience with children ages 1 to 21 with a variety of needs, including receptive and expressive language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, literacy, fluency, autism spectrum disorder, alternative and augmentative communication (AAC), and chromosomal or genetic disorders. Jenna believes in neurodiversity-affirming practices because no two children are the same. She takes time to build strong rapport with each child and aims to maintain that connection throughout treatment. Jenna finds value in thinking critically about each child’s needs and tailoring her sessions to their specific skill sets.