Our Philosophy

At Indy Speech Services, we pride ourselves in making sure each of our specialists aligns properly with not only the speech and language goals that we want your child to meet, but also in the relationship that is built. Establishing rapport with a child is essential to making good progress in therapy. We ensure that your family is paired with a coach that fits your needs.

We provide services in the comfort of your home because we believe kids are most at ease in a comfortable environment. Kids feel secure and safe in their home, making them more natural, which helps us navigate their communication goals faster. Therapy at home also provides us ample opportunities to train parents and caretakers, nannies and babysitters along with grandparents and siblings!

a team built with you in mind. 

Frida Matute, M.A. CCC-SLP, TSSLD  is the Founding Executive Director of Indy Speech Services. She received her Master’s degree from Northwestern University in 2010 and completed her undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Science and Psychology from The George Washington University in 2008. She is now Orton-Gillingham trained by the Institute of Multi-Sensory Education and Sounds in Motion certified. Frida worked full-time at NYU Language Medical Center’s Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine for three years before moving to Hospital for Joint Diseases. From there, she ran the pediatric outpatient speech and language clinic at Bellevue Hospital part-time for nearly three years while starting her private practice in 2014. Frida opened up her private speech practice to offer a unique therapeutic experience that is intensive, holistic and based off her medical speech-language pathology background. Frida believes in creating functional therapeutic goals that successfully align with activities of daily living, academics and social contexts.

Frida Matute, M.A. CCC-SLP, TSSLD is the Founding Executive Director of Indy Speech Services. She received her Master’s degree from Northwestern University in 2010 and completed her undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Science and Psychology from The George Washington University in 2008. She is now Orton-Gillingham trained by the Institute of Multi-Sensory Education and Sounds in Motion certified. Frida worked full-time at NYU Language Medical Center’s Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine for three years before moving to Hospital for Joint Diseases. From there, she ran the pediatric outpatient speech and language clinic at Bellevue Hospital part-time for nearly three years while starting her private practice in 2014. Frida opened up her private speech practice to offer a unique therapeutic experience that is intensive, holistic and based off her medical speech-language pathology background. Frida believes in creating functional therapeutic goals that successfully align with activities of daily living, academics and social contexts.

Taylor D’Aries M.S. CCC-SLP, TSSLD  holds the Clinical Director and Principal Speech-Language Pathologist position at Indy Speech Services. She is an ASHA and TSSLD certified speech-language pathologist who specializes in the treatment of childhood communication, feeding and swallowing challenges. After receiving a Master’s degree from CUNY Hunter College in 2011, Taylor began her career in pediatric neurological rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center’s Hospital for Joint Diseases. In 2014, Taylor expanded her practice to New Delhi, India where she worked as a private therapist to families in their homes, began a clinical practice, and was a founding member of one of India’s first Early Childhood Intervention programs. Encouraging children to be confident communicators and guiding parents to provide optimal supports for their child’s development are primary objectives of Taylor’s therapy. She strongly believes that a child’s success in a speech-language program is guaranteed when sessions are fun, functional, and inclusive of parents and caregivers.

Taylor D’Aries M.S. CCC-SLP, TSSLD holds the Clinical Director and Principal Speech-Language Pathologist position at Indy Speech Services. She is an ASHA and TSSLD certified speech-language pathologist who specializes in the treatment of childhood communication, feeding and swallowing challenges. After receiving a Master’s degree from CUNY Hunter College in 2011, Taylor began her career in pediatric neurological rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center’s Hospital for Joint Diseases. In 2014, Taylor expanded her practice to New Delhi, India where she worked as a private therapist to families in their homes, began a clinical practice, and was a founding member of one of India’s first Early Childhood Intervention programs. Encouraging children to be confident communicators and guiding parents to provide optimal supports for their child’s development are primary objectives of Taylor’s therapy. She strongly believes that a child’s success in a speech-language program is guaranteed when sessions are fun, functional, and inclusive of parents and caregivers.

Lara Goldstein, M.S. CCC-SLP, TSSLD  is a bilingual Speech Language Pathologist specializing in early intervention, pediatric dysphagia, and medically based intervention for a variety of age groups. Lara has a Bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in Linguistics from the University of Delaware as well as a Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology from New York Medical College. In addition, Lara received her masters degree in Neurologopedia (Neuroscience of Speech Pathology) at the Universitat Autonoma in Barcelona, during which time she worked at Sant Pau Hospital treating adults with varying speech, language, cognitive, and swallow impairments. Lara has worked with medically-fragile infants doing early intervention as well as with the pediatric population performing speech, language, cognitive, pragmatic, and dysphagia therapy. Lara currently holds a full time position at New York Health and Hospitals-Metropolitan. Lara is proficient in both English and Spanish and holds an interpreters certificate to interpret within the New York Health and Hospital Corporation.

Lara Goldstein, M.S. CCC-SLP, TSSLD is a bilingual Speech Language Pathologist specializing in early intervention, pediatric dysphagia, and medically based intervention for a variety of age groups. Lara has a Bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in Linguistics from the University of Delaware as well as a Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology from New York Medical College. In addition, Lara received her masters degree in Neurologopedia (Neuroscience of Speech Pathology) at the Universitat Autonoma in Barcelona, during which time she worked at Sant Pau Hospital treating adults with varying speech, language, cognitive, and swallow impairments. Lara has worked with medically-fragile infants doing early intervention as well as with the pediatric population performing speech, language, cognitive, pragmatic, and dysphagia therapy. Lara currently holds a full time position at New York Health and Hospitals-Metropolitan. Lara is proficient in both English and Spanish and holds an interpreters certificate to interpret within the New York Health and Hospital Corporation.