About Us

Our Mission

Therapeutic care for a global world

Our mission is to bridge the gap between the demand for multilingual providers and the growing globalized population. Our goal is to provide access to high-quality services to individuals who speak different languages.

Licensed Therapists
Virtual Therapies
HIPAA Compliant Platform
In-Home Services (limited to
Puerto Rico)
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(787) 608-6520

TALE+ is a HIPAA compliant platform offering speech-language pathology services to individuals and groups of individuals in the United States and globally. We are a team of licensed providers providing online therapy solutions to individuals, organizations, and corporations, including services to individuals across the lifespan, corporate communication skills training, and in-home services to a limited clientele in Puerto Rico.

Our Staff

Meet our specialists

Lorena Martínez, 
M.A., CCC-SLP
Head Speech-Language Pathologist

Lorena Martínez Valdivieso, M.A., CCC-SLP, is a bilingual (Spanish/English) speech-language pathologist from Puerto Rico. She received her Master of Arts in speech-language-hearing with a bilingual emphasis from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She received training in the following areas: language disorders, dysphagia (neonatal, pediatric, adult), pediatric voice disorders, stuttering, and feeding disorders. Her areas of interest include accent reduction/modification, pediatric dysphagia, feeding disorders, and language disorder in multilingual individuals.

Lorena Martínez Valdivieso, M.A., CCC-SLP, is a bilingual (Spanish/English) speech-language pathologist from Puerto Rico. She received her Master of Arts in speech-language-hearing with a bilingual emphasis from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She received training in the following areas: language disorders, dysphagia (neonatal, pediatric, adult), pediatric voice disorders, stuttering, and feeding disorders. Her areas of interest include accent reduction/modification, pediatric dysphagia, feeding disorders, and language disorder in multilingual individuals.