It is not for us to make children learn how we teach but for us to teach how they learn – "Gary Reid"

Our Therapist


Our highly trained staff is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of certified and licensed special education teachers, speech and language pathologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, and behavioral psychologist. The team has advanced degrees in their areas of specialty. Including, Exceptional Student Education (ESE), Sensory Integration/Processing, and other areas of expertise. They are dedicated to ongoing continuing education and the acquisition of advanced pediatric skills. At our practice, we focus on the abilities and the recovery potential in each child. In addition, we encourage parental input and understand the importance of parental involvement.


Danielle Bennett, M.S. CCC-SLP is a licensed speech language pathologist who has been practicing since 2011. She received her Bachelor and Masters degrees in Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. She currently holds her Certificate of Clinical Competencies (CCC) in the state of Florida and as a member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA). She has a strong academic foundation with pediatric and child populations in the areas of articulation and phonological disorders, normal communication development, developmental communication disorders, fluency, and early intervention services. Danielle has extensive experience working in a clinical setting, providing diagnoses and treatment to children with a variety of communication disorders which include: children with hearing loss, receptive and expressive language delays, motor speech disorders, articulation disorders, developmental language delays, fluency and articulation disorders, and pervasive developmental disorders (PDD). She implements evidence-based treatment strategies, and works closely with children and families to meet the most functional speech and language goals for optimal communication development. She believes in a child-centered and family-centered therapeutic approach, where she creates a supportive partnership with the child and parents to help the child learn in the most efficient and effective way(s) possible.

webjacksonLauren A. Jackson M.S. CCC-SLP hails from Long Island, NY, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Creative Arts Therapy in 2007 at C.W. Post Long Island University. She is an alumni of Howard University, where she obtained her Masters of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Since her graduation, she has concentrated on her career and has worked with the pediatric population, which includes children ranging between 1 year old to 18 years old. Her specialty areas are literacy, stuttering, culturally and linguistically diverse populations, and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). Lauren is certified in Lee Silverman Voice Treatment and is trained in Lindamood Bell (LiPS) as well as the PROMPT method. She has provided services to children with hearing loss and understands basic sign language. Her interests include: working out; traveling; volunteering; bowling; and fine arts. She has worked with Perfect Speech since 2011 and is currently a per diem speech language pathologist.

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Couri Taylor, OTR/L graduated from F.I.U. with a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelors degree in Health Sciences and minor in Health Service Administration.  Ms. Taylor has been working in the pediatrics field for over 3 years servicing children with a wide array of diagnosis:  Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, Pervasive developmental disorder, Developmental Delays etc.  She has been trained in Handwriting without tears, parent child interaction therapy, kinesiology taping, sensory processing disorders, fieldwork educator, and physical agents and modalities.



webmavisMavis Reyes, COTA Occupational Therapy Assistant, Graduated from Keiser University 2011






webAndreinaAndreina Hinestroza, COTA was born in Venezuela. She completed her Occupational Therapy education at Keiser University in 2011 (Diploma of the National Board Certification In Occupational Therapy), here she earned recognition from her professors and mentors during her externship for competency and ability to motivate optimal performance with children with special needs.

She offers a fresh and energetic approach towards client care with a strong emphasis on functionality. Her personalized and caring manner is focused on addressing the needs of the child, the parents and the family members as an individual unit.

She is a passionate professional, wife of her beloved husband Victor Rodriguez and mother of her two wonderful children Amanda and Santiago.



Robert Kid, DPT






webmaritzaMaritza joined the Perfect Speech/Perfect Therapy 4 Kidz staff in November of 2011 as our administrative personal after working at a veterinarian hospital for several years. First and most of all, she is the friendly face you see upon entering the clinic doors and that cheerful and helpful voice you hear on the telephone when you call. Maritza ‘s most rewarding aspect of working with Pediatric Therapy 4 Kidz is seeing how happy our children are when they enter and leave our facility and engaging with our wonderful families. She also provides invaluable service to the company by managing all patient accounts, insurance issues, and scheduling. Please call Maritza to schedule an appointment or to discuss any accounts or insurance issues.