Jordan Bills
Offers virtual services
Speech Pathologist
New York, New York
8 years of experience
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About me

Hi! My name is Jordan. I am a pediatric speech-language pathologist and owner of Nurture Speech & Feeding Therapy. I provide speech, language, and feeding services in-person in the New York City area as well as online via teletherapy. I typically see children in their home or daycare/school on the Upper West Side, Upper East Side, or Midtown Manhattan, but please contact me to ask about other locations. Virtual sessions available for anyone in NY or WA state! I have extensive experience supporting children of all ages with speech, language, and feeding difficulties in both the U.S. and U.K. I have worked for private practices in the Washington, DC area and in London, England, providing assessment and treatment for children in clinic, home, and school-based settings. I specialize in working with articulation disorders, motor speech disorders (e.g. childhood apraxia), language delays (late talkers) and disorders, and pediatric feeding disorders. I believe children make the most progress when they are engaged and having fun! I pride myself on providing the best evidenced-based treatment methods while tailoring therapy sessions to the unique needs and interests of each child. I enjoy working closely with parents to identify strategies for continued support outside of sessions and collaborating with other professionals.


Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology (2016)

Certification and training

PROMPT Trained (2017)

Hanen Certified (2017)

SOS Approach to Feeding (2016)

Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities, NYSED (2022)

Memberships and affiliations

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Early Intervention Speech and Language


Service introduction

I provide comprehensive speech and language evaluations and individualized treatment services for children with a variety of communication disorders including speech sound disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, receptive and expressive language delays and disorders, fluency disorders (e.g. stuttering, cluttering), and social communication disorders. Evaluations are individualized based on parent concerns and developmental history with the goal of identifying each child’s unique strengths and weaknesses. I also provide feeding evaluations and individual treatment for children with a variety of feeding concerns including difficulty transitioning to solids, chewing difficulties, gagging/choking, food refusal or aversions, restricted range of foods (fewer than 20), and persistent picky eating.