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To learn more about our services and treatment tools, or to get started, please use our Patient Portal to schedule a phone consultation with one of our SLPs!

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Welcome to Speech Language Pathology in Motion

What's New?


July 2019:

Smithtown Matters: 

People In The News - Tina M Rocco Recognized As 2019 Therapist Of The Year

July 2019:

Long Island Business News

SLPIM Owner, Tina M. Rocco M.A. CCC-SLP, HPCS appeared in "Long  Island Business News" in recognition of her receiving the 2019 American Hippotherapy Association Barbara Glasow Therapist of the Year award.

July 2019:

Welcome Kimberly Sandtorv M.A. CCC SLP

We are excited to welcome Kim to our team of therapists!  To learn more about Kim, please read her bio under the "about us" tab.

September 2018

Speech in Motion in the news: 

"Combining a Passion for Speech Therapy and Horses: Molloy College Alumna Tina M. Rocco Brings Hope and Help to Children and Families"

Upcoming Events and Closings


September 28th:

Inclusive playground build day!

October 13th:

Pal-O-Mine Equestrian Open House and Benefit Concert.  SLPIM will be at the open house to offer FREE speech and language screenings and to provide information about our services.  We hope to see you there!

November 28th & 29th:

No sessions.  Happy Thanksgiving!

November 30th:

Islandia location closed, all scheduled sessions will take place in the Hauppauge location. 

December 24th-25th:

No sessions.  Merry Christmas!

December 31st-January 1st:

No sessions.  Happy New Year!


Speech Language Pathology in Motion is located on Long Island, in Hauppauge and Islandia, NY.  We serve clients from Nassau County and Suffolk County, with some clients traveling to us from as far away as NYC and the east end of Long Island.   We specialize in movement and play based therapy and incorporate a variety of tools, strategies and approaches including animal assisted therapy,  DIRFloortime, hippotherapy, PROMPT, the SOS Approach to Feeding, and more. 

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