Welcome to Ready, Set, Talk’s website. RST was started in 2015 by Clay Hadden, a speech pathologist located in Mount Pleasant, SC. A graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill, Clay has been practicing speech language pathology for a decade.

He started this website as a way to help connect families to therapists. After a diagnosis, many families do not know where to go to find someone who can help them. This site has been developed to help bridge that connection.

Our goal is a small one: to unite families of kids with therapeutic needs to therapists who can treat them.

Please look around and feel free to contact us with any questions at ReadySetTalkLLC@gmail.com.

2 thoughts on “About Ready, Set, Talk

  1. James says:

    Hi there,
    My name is James and I just graduated with my MA in SLP. I am very interested in using technology to reach speech goals (rather than fighting the tide of tech). I see so many applications like reducing social anxiety for those with ASD or a person who stutters. My question is, have you had a hard time convincing parents of the benefit of virtual reality assisted therapies? My guess is there is some resistance, but they will become more accepted over time. Also, how have the results of using VR compared to traditional treatment in your eyes? Thanks for the great content!


    1. Readysettalkllc says:

      James, I just got back from a trip with my family. Sorry for the delay. Feel free to email follow up to what I’m about to say. So, I’m not sure what exactly you mean by using ‘VR assisted therapies’. I mainly use VR in sessions when I’m trying to work on language and if I want to talk about things that we could not discuss normally. For example, I’m not likely going to scuba dive with sharks with a client, but we can with VR headsets, and then we can use vocabulary from those experiences. Does this make sense?


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