Based in San Diego, Little Rose Speech Therapy is a pediatric private practice offering an array of speech therapy services from infancy to school age. Research shows that early intervention that occurs in a child’s natural environments have the most profound impacts—which is why all of our therapy sessions are in a child’s home, daycare/school, or community (e.g parks).
In-person speech therapy services are available in the following Northern San Diego regions/communities: Carmel Mountain Ranch, Scripps Ranch, Rancho Bernardo, Del Sur, Rancho Penasquitos, Carmel Valley, Poway, Del Mar, and more*. Speech and language therapy to all California residents outside of these areas are also available via teletherapy.
Little Rose Speech Therapy uses effective learning principles and a child’s natural learning environment to help bridge the gap between your child’s communication delays to successful interactions with family members and peers. With a foundational core of strong evidence-based treatment and a passion for early intervention, the goal is to plant the seed that ultimately helps your child thrive.
*subject to travel fee for areas outside of our range.
We have 3 loves: the love of learning, the love of learners, and the love of bringing the first two loves
Diana is a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist and is the founder/owner of Little Rose Speech Therapy. She attended the University of the Pacific and received her Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology in 2015. She is licensed by the state of California and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Diana holds multiple certifications and specialized training:
The Hanen Program - It Takes Two To Talk & More Than Words®
PROMPT (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets - Level 1)
SOS Approach to Feeding
She also has extensive training in DIRFloortime®, Social Communication / Emotional Regulation / Transactional Supports (SCERTS), and the Social Thinking curriculum.
As a life long learner, Diana is dedicated to a growth mindset and continuing education in order to provide the utmost quality care to the children and families that she serves. In 2020, Diana was awarded ASHA’s Award for Continuing Education (ACE).
Diana has experience working with a wide range of communication difficulties, including articulation disorders, phonological disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, fluency disorders, social-pragmatic communication disorders, Autism, and Down Syndrome. Though she loves working with individuals of all ages to help them find their voice, Diana’s passion is with the early intervention and preschool population. She finds great joy in working with parents and teachers to foster a child’s communication growth in the home and school setting. Diana believes in utilizing holistic approaches to provide positive, functional, and effective therapy sessions that incorporate individual/family interests and developmental needs.