Dallas Reading and Language A Success at DFW Family Expo

Dallas Reading and Language Services is announcing a successful run at the 2013 DFW Family Expo, benefiting the Children's Medical Center.

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I personally spoke with moms and dads about how speech therapy coincides with specific academic goals.

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

Dallas Reading and Language Services is calling the company’s attendance at the 2013 DFW Family Expo a success. The speech therapy company attended the event to help inform families about speech therapy and related services. Owner Rachel Betzen said the February 23rd event had over 10,000 people.

“It was nice to speak with parents about their concerns and their hopes. Many people are not aware of the benefits that this type of therapy has on children. The DFW Expo was a great opportunity to connect and inform the local community,” said Betzen. “I personally spoke with moms and dads about how speech therapy coincides with specific academic goals. Anytime I have the chance to educate people about speech therapy- it is a plus!”

Dallas Reading and Language Services sponsored a booth at the DFW Expo. Other sponsors included Fox4 and Radio Disney. “My company is about connecting children with their own potential. I also help parents understand that even behavior issues can, sometimes, be improved by speech therapy. It just depends on the root cause and what is going on at school between children. There are so many factors to consider. So, I would encourage any parent who couldn’t attend the Expo and who is considering speech therapy services to contact my office to discuss options.”

Dallas Reading and Language Services: Rachel Betzen M.A. CCC/SLP previously had a successful private Speech Therapy practice. In 2006, Rachel Betzen and her husband were in a car accident. Confronting several complications associated with the accident, Mrs. Betzen also was diagnosed with Lyme disease. She had to adapt her abilities, such as learning braille and being temporarily confined to a wheelchair, to continue on her path to success. As a result, Rachel Betzen M.A. CCC/SLP brings an even-deeper, and more personalized approach, to her methods and relationships with her company’s students and their families. More information on Mrs. Betzen and Dallas Reading and Language Services can be obtained by visiting: DallasReading.com


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