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Stepping Stones is the only program of its kind in Georgia, focused entirely on the brain development of 3 to 5 year old students with mild to moderate speech, articulation and language delays. In Stepping Stones, masters-level clinicians center profound relationships with each child in their care, so they can identify and build upon their unique learning profile, applying current brain science to individualize their instruction.


Stepping Stones children leave as active, engaged learners prepared for elementary school. Their teaching teams, each made up of a Speech-Language Pathologist, an Education Specialist, an Occupational Therapist, and an Assistant Teacher, collaborate to serve each child as an individual through a preschool and kindergarten curriculum anchored in language and foundational pre-literacy skills.


Children learn speech and language most rapidly in the first five years of life. Solidifying foundational learning skills during your child’s most active period of brain development makes the most of this growth as they prepare to enter elementary school.

Teaching teams guide each student to extraordinary progress by accessing and applying the most current research to individualize the educational experience and meet their speech-language, academic, social-emotional, fine motor, gross motor, and sensory processing goals.

Why Stepping Stones

We can’t emphasize enough how life-changing Stepping Stones has been for our son. Beyond building a strong academic foundation, Jack has learned how to confidently communicate and advocate for himself in ways that we never imagined possible. He couldn’t have done it without the incredible support from the amazing teachers and staff who work tirelessly, and always with a smile, to create the most positive and nurturing environment. We are grateful for our time here and proud to be a part of the Stepping Stones family."

– Bill and Luci Holbert, Parents

Classes Offered

Student/teacher ratio is kept low to provide each child with individualized attention.  

Children must be class age by September 1