Welcome to Beaumont Feeding & Speech Solutions

We are a private speech therapy practice specializing in pediatric feeding & speech therapies, lactation support, & orofacial myofunctional therapy for children & adults



We accept most insurance plans including, Blue Cross, Health Partners, PreferredOne, Medicare, Medicaid and MN Medical Assistance. We can help you contact your insurance company to see how therapy is covered on your plan.

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Speech - Language Pathologist

International Board Certified Lactation Consultant

Orofacial Myologist (IAOM-Certification Track

Licensed occupational Therapy Assistant

Connie Beaumont


Connie is the founder of Beaumont Feeding & Speech Solutions. 

"Speech and feeding related disorders are personal to me.  I know first-hand the positive changes to quality of life my services offer.  From my own childhood history as an extremely picky eater with food sensitivities, my parenting experience with a child with speech delays, and the process of navigating care for children with tongue and lip ties, I truly understand these challenges from a personal and professional standpoint."

  • Associates of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy from Lake Superior College in Duluth, 2001

  • Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from University of Minnesota Duluth, 2008

  • Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Minnesota Duluth, 2010

  • Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist

  • American-Speech-Hearing-Association (ASHA) Certified

  • International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)

  • Certified Lactation Counselor - (ALPP)

  • Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist - Certification-Track with the International Association for Orofacial Myology

  • Baby Signs Independent Certified Instructor 

  • Specialize in assessment and treatment of concerns associated with tethered oral tissues (tongue/lip ties) in adults and children

  • Extensive work with picky eaters and transitioning to solid foods

  • Proficient in oral habit elimination 

  • Successfully treated numerous pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders

Professional Credentials

Meet Connie

Child In Speech Therapy

Ages 6 months+

Speech therapy can help your child overcome unique daily challenges while improving communication using a comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment plan. Therapy is encouraged 1-2 times per week with family involvement to maintain progress at home.

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Speech & Language Therapy

Smiling Baby

Ages 4 to adult

Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy is a treatment involving a series of techniques and exercises that optimize function of oral and facial muscles through neurological retraining.

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Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy


Ages Infant to 3 Years

Breastfeeding is a natural process, but it doesn’t always come naturally easy. Research shows that the number one factor impacting the success of breastfeeding is education. Whether you just want reassurance that everything is going well, or you have questions or concerns, we are here to help! Our goal is to empower you with the knowledge and skills to embrace parenthood with confidence from the day your little one arrives. Offering private clinic sessions, or in the comfort of your own home.

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Lactation Constulting & Support

Baby Boy

Ages 6 to 24 Months

Sign, Say & Play® Classes are a fun and entertaining way for parents and their hearing babies to learn signs together. This 6-week series of "play classes" helps parents and babies learn signs through theme-based songs, games, books, and activities. Each class also includes a parent education component, with important concepts drawn from Drs. Acredolo and Goodwyn's book, Baby Minds, to help parents learn more about their child's cognitive, literacy, and language development.

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Baby Sign Language Classes


Ages Infant to Adolescent

Feeding can be an ongoing source of stress for a family that can begin in infancy and continue through childhood, adolescence, and into adulthood. Some bumps in the road can be normal with breastfeeding or a “picky” eater. However, an underlying sensory, oral-motor, or structural issue could be the root of the problem.

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Feeding Therapy

Tummy Time! Classes