Welcome to Shipyard Speech!

Meet the Clinician: Rachel Cardaci M.S.Ed., CCC-SLP

Rachel is an American Speech-Language Hearing Association Certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She has experience in a variety of settings including skilled nursing facilities, outpatient rehabilitation hospitals, outpatient pediatric clinics, and primary as well as secondary schools. Rachel is well versed and passionate in treating individuals across the life span in the following areas or with the following diagnosis:

  • Stuttering
  • Voice Disorders
  • Gestalt Language Processors/Echolalia
  • Autism
  • Speech Sound Disorders
  • Motor Speech Disorders (Apraxia)
  • Receptive and Expressive Language Delays/Disorders
  • "Late Talkers"
  • Phonological Awareness Skills
  • AAC
  • Social Skills / Pragmatic Language
  • Parkinson's
  • ALS
  • Cerebral Palsy

If you feel you or a loved one needs help in any of these areas please start here by booking a FREE consultation. We provide services in person or by tele-health!

Don't let communication difficulties weigh you down. Book a consultation with Shipyard Speech LLC today by reaching me through the booking form and let's set sail towards improved communication skills!

Our Mission At Shipyard Speech

Here at Shipyard Speech, we take you in as a vessel and highlight your areas of strength and assess your areas of grow. Once we put supports in place, we guide you through the process of crossing the 3 necessary Cs:

  • Connection: We connect with one another to build a positive rapport that produces effective outcomes. 
  • Consistency: We assist you practicing targeted skills over time at a frequency your unique brain requires for growth. 
  • Carryover: We provide you with carryover activities that promote your skills and independence to gain your desired outcomes.

Then, we empower you to sail the open seas! You'll know where to find us again if you ever need more support. 

Speech Therapy for All Ages

Speech therapy is not just for children. Adults can also benefit from it, especially those who have suffered a stroke, a head injury, or a speech disorder. Speech therapy can help individuals improve their communication skills, leading to better social interactions and an overall higher quality of life. For children, speech therapy can help them overcome speech sound difficulties, language delays, and other communication challenges, setting them up for success in school and in life. The earlier the intervention, the better the chances of a successful outcome. Whether you're an adult or a child, speech therapy can help you communicate with confidence and achieve your goals.


2 Reviews

Amy Kelly

30 March 2023

30 March


My son would not be where he is today without Rachel’s help. When we first met my son’s speech was at a 1% intelligibility. He wouldn’t speak in school or to ...
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Megan Moloney

29 March 2023

29 March


To say that Rachel changed our lives (for the better), is an understatement! By some miracle blessing, we were put in touch with Rachel for speech services to h...
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