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Who Are We?

Stepping Stones to Speech, LLC is a private speech therapy practice that offers speech and language services to children ages 6 months to 18 years old. The practice was founded in 2010 and has served numerous children with communication delays in Broward County, Florida. 


                         MISSION STATEMENT

It is our mission to provide high quality, proficient, child and family centered therapy to children in need of speech therapy services. We are dedicated to provide treatment through a variety of effective therapy approaches while treating with care, integrity, and respect. We strive to motivate those with communication disorders to reach functional independence.

Disorders We Treat

 Does your child use gestures instead of words to communicate? Does your child mispronounce any sounds? Does your child have difficulty understanding what you are saying or following simple directions? Well, Stepping Stones to Speech provides services for the following disorders to meet your child's needs:

  • Speech Impairment

  • Language Impariment

  • Comprehension Disorders

  • Auditory Processing Disorder

  • Developmental Delays

  • A.D.D. Related Language/Listening Disorders.

  • Apraxia

Sevices We Provide

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Speech Therapy

In speech therapy, a SLP will work on improving an articulation disorder. An articulation disorder is a speech sound disorder in which a child has difficulty producing certain sounds. Prior to therapy, the SLP will determine which sounds will be most beneficial to target in terms of generalizing to other

sound and overall speech intelligibility.

Speech Therapy will focus on the following:


  • Speech Sound Disorders

  • Stuttering

  • Apraxia of Speech 

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Language Therapy

Receptive Language is the ability to understand information being said. It involves understanding the words, sentences and meaning of what others say or what is read. Expressive Language is being able to put thoughts into words and grammatically correct sentences.


Language Therapy will focus on the following:

  • Listening Skills: ability to follow directions.

  • Grammar Skills: ability to use grammatical markers to form complete sentences.

  • Vocabulary Skills: ability to recall and say the word when needed.

  • Question Skills: ability to answer and ask questions.

Meet The Therapist

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     Antony Moussignac, founder of Stepping Stones to Speech, was born in Brooklyn, New York. She is a Florida native. As an older sibling, she often took care of her younger siblings; therefore, she has always had the desire the work with children.

       Upon receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Health Administration from Florida Atlantic University, she began working as a Social Worker. After dedicating several years in the field, she wanted to expand her knowledge and work hands on with children.

      A couple of years later, she took on a position as a Service Coordinator for the Broward County Early Steps Program. There she worked closely with children age birth to three and their families by coordinating therapies for those who qualified for Early Intervention services.

     After four years of experience and gaining knowledge about the different types of therapies, Antony decided she had found her calling. She was very interested in the field of speech therapy.  In 2009, she received a Masters degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Florida International University.

    Antony has over 10 years of experience working as a Speech Language Pathologist. She is familiar with children who have a diagnosis of Down Syndrome, Autism, Developmental Delays, etc. She has worked in a variety of settings including the school board, private practice, and in the home health setting. She is a provider with the Early Steps Program of Broward County. Antony is bilingual; fluent in Haitian-Creole. She maintains a professional membership with the American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA).

    Antony has the understanding that it takes certain steps to reach a goal in life and the same goes for the goals for speech and language therapy. With motivation, family support and reinforcement, a successful outcome is not far away.

Contact Us

We'd love to help answer any questions you may have. You can contact us via phone, email or use

the contact form.

Phone: 954-336-1375

Fax: 754-223-7061

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What Can We Do?

If you have concerns regarding your child's comunication skills, you should contact our speech therapist for a phone consultation to determine whether your child requires a speech and language assessment.

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Speech Language Assessment

Speech-language assessment will be completed by a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). A formal assessment will be utilized to evaluate specific areas of speech and language to determine strengths and weaknesses in overall communication. This includes completing a case history form prior to testing to obtain your child's medical, developmental, social, family, school, and speech/language history.

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What is a Speech Language


A SLP works to prevent, assess, diagnose and treat speech, language, social and cognition communication disorders in children and adults.  

SLPs will: 

  • Evaluate and diagnose speech/language disorders.

  • Treat speech, language and swallowing disorders.

  • Provide training and education to fanily/caregivers and other professionals from many other disciplines.

  • Work collaboratively with professionals and other disciplines. 

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