Via In-Home or Telehealth Services
"Kelly worked with me and my son for Early Intervention. She constantly went above and beyond. She was professional yet balanced that with care, empathy, explanation and support. I felt confident in her care and in my ability to help my son."
Get in-the-moment strategies based on your child's unique routines and environment. Plus, learn ways to improve connection and your child's self-regulation.
Save Time &
Parenting is stressful enough! No need to pack up and gas up. Choose in-person therapy at your home, or access services remotely.
Children learn more easily when they feel safe. Receive care in a familiar environment surrounded by family, favorite toys, snacks, and activities. No scary hospitals or clinics!
Cut The Red Tape
Let us help you expedite the evaluation/treatment process, streamline paperwork, and avoid lengthy waitlists.
Receive in-home coaching and weekly check-ins to develop a toolset you'll have for years to come.
Communication, behavior, and emotions are linked. To effectively treat one, we often need to treat all three.
We specialize in treating toddlers experiencing:
Language Delays & Disorders
Speech Delays & Disorders
Developmental Disorders (including autism and Down syndrome)
*All therapy sessions include parent coaching
Whether you have a referral from your pediatrician, are concerned,
or you simply want extra support, connect with us!
Receive supportive insight & learn evidence-based tools to:
Deepen bonding and attachment
Manage challenging behaviors
Build child's regulation and attention
Use play to optimize development
Read and respond to your child's cues
Connect generational parenting patterns
Kelly McClintock, MS, CCC-SLP
Kelly McClintock is a speech-language pathologist specializing in children with communication challenges. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and has state licenses in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Kelly earned a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) from Emerson College, where she is CSD-affiliated faculty. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona. Kelly is a Level-1 DIR/Floortime practitioner and has participated in Massachusetts Early Intervention Foundations and the Pyramid Model Consortium. Before founding Harmony, Kelly worked within a Boston transdisciplinary Early Intervention team treating children and families with diverse needs. In addition to her work as a therapist and instructor, she is also part of an NGO research and development team focused on novel treatments for children with autism and developmental delays. Kelly lives in the New Hampshire Seacoast with her husband, son, and cat. She enjoys sunshine, exploring new places, and the beauty of nature.