Danielle Moore, M.S.Ed. CCC-SLP, Clinical Director
In 2020, Danielle is so excited to announce that she will be celebrating 25 years as a Speech Language Pathologist. Danielle received a Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York at Geneseo in 1995 in Speech and Language Pathology with a minor concentration in English Literature. She received her Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders and Sciences and her Teacher Certificate for the Speech and Hearing Handicapped in 1997 at The College of Saint Rose, also in New York State. She is a current member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. She has worked in the private sector, private schools, and public schools in New York and Georgia. Danielle has lectured and given in-services to faculty, parents and students in both New York and Georgia. She has been the moderator of a speaker series on the link between nutrition and learning. She was a featured speaker at the Learning Disability of Georgia Conference in 2009 and appeared on the television program Focus On Atlanta in 2010. For the past several years, Danielle has attended the Learning And The Brain Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Other conferences and seminars attended include the 2012 American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) Conference,“DIR-Floortime: An Introduction to the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-Based Model for Special Needs Children,” The Boss is Out: Helping Students with Executive Dysfunction,” “Executive Functioning, Helping the Chaotic Child and Adolescent’’, The Women’s Leadership Conference, Attention, Language Processing and Sensorimotor Disorders in Children: New Integrative Approaches to Assessment and Intervention as well as hosting a “webinar” on International Adopted Children and Language Issues. Danielle and the other team members at The Language Group are very focused on Dyslexia and Reading Issues. Several team members attended The Dyslexia Foundation conference, "Dyslexia and Literacy" in Atlanta. She is a Fast Forward and Reading Assistant Provider. Danielle is trained in the LindaMood-Bell programs: LiPs, Visualizing and Verbalizing, and Seeing Stars. Danielle served on the Advisory and Editorial Board for Kids Enabled, a national, award winning digital magazine dedicated to children of different abilities for several years. In October of 2018, Danielle traveled to Rome, Italy where she sang at The Vatican, a truly life changing experience. She enjoys singing and being outdoors with her family, which includes her beautiful daughter, Ava Dionne, and her rescue dog, Hershey Bear.
Dr. Angelica Gunn, SLP-D, CCC-SLP
Dr. Gunn has been a practicing Speech Language Pathologist for 9 years. She holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and a Georgia License in Speech Language Pathology. Angelica received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Spelman College, and then her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from University of West Georgia. Most recently, she Graduated from Northwestern University, Speech Language Pathology Department. Her culminating Project was : Interventions for Executive Functions Ages 3-22: A Systematic Review. Angelica has practiced in a variety of settings, including: private practice, hospitals, home environment, post-acute care, and community re-entry. She has experience assessing and treating adolescents, adults, and geriatrics with a variety of communication disorders, including but not limited to: Aphasia, Executive Functioning, Receptive and Expressive Language, Dysarthria, Cognitive Communication, Dysphagia, and Brain Injury. She has also held management positions where she provided continuing education courses on communication issues after neurological impairments and socio-emotional issues after neurological impairments. Angelica enjoys traveling, cheering on the Atlanta Falcons, reading, and spending time with friends and family.
Brittany Sandlin, M.S., CCC-SLP
Brittany has been a speech-language pathologist (SLP) since August 2016. She is a state-certified SLP and a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Brittany received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Berry College and her Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) from Georgia State University (GSU).
Brittany began her professional career at The Howard School in Atlanta, Georgia: a school for children with language and learning difficulties. Brittany has served children with a diversity of communication disorders, including receptive and expressive language disorders, dyslexia, language-based learning disorders, auditory processing disorders, executive functioning deficits, articulation and phonological disorders, pragmatic language impairments, and fluency disorders. In her everyday practice, Brittany utilizes a combined approach that emphasizes aspects of various research-supported programs/curriculums, including Orton-Gillingham, Social Thinking, Lindamood-Bell Visualizing and Verbalizing, and Framing Your Thoughts. She has been involved in various professional development opportunities that have strengthened her clinical expertise and helped her stay up-to-date on research-based therapy approaches. In addition, she has successfully worked alongside classroom teachers and literacy specialists during her professional career to create the most optimal learning environment for students. Brittany knows that collaboration is the key to success for all learners. In addition to being an SLP, Brittany is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200). During her free time, she enjoys teaching and practicing Vinyasa-based yoga. When she isn’t in the yoga studio, she finds joy in spending quality time with friends and family, babysitting her nieces and nephew, and exploring Atlanta!
Connie Spencer, M.A., CCC-SLP
As a state licensed and nationally certified Speech-Language Pathologist, Connie Spencer, has extensive experience helping individuals improve their communication and learning skills. Connie listens carefully to families' perspectives and individualizes services to positively impact not only the client but the family as well.
Connie can help clients improve many skills such as: speaking clearly and confidently, formulating well formed spoken and written sentences, using details and proper sequences in explanations and storytelling, answering complex questions, processing language, understanding abstract and academic speech, interacting socially appropriately, maintaining emotional regulation during communication, using good voice quality, and staying focused on tasks and topics.
After being a high school valedictorian, Connie was awarded the Phi Beta Kappa honor while receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University in Speech and Hearing Sciences with a minor concentration in psychology. She went on to receive a Master of Arts degree from Indiana University in Speech-Language Pathology.
Connie has worked in a variety of settings: interdisciplinary teams, University Medical Center, Early Intervention, Neurological Rehabilitation, private schools, home visits, Head Start, Montessori, SSI Disability Determination, and private practice. She has developed and implemented programs to help individuals with a variety of challenges including: limited and delayed spoken and written language, impaired social interaction, unclear speech, Attention Deficit, Autism, Apraxia, difficulty understanding language, impaired hearing, genetic syndromes, Cleft Palate, motor deficits, voice disorders, and learning differences.
Clinical expertise has been supplemented with continuing education to implement state of the art approaches such as multi-sensory strategies for language and literacy, following a child's lead & interests, SCERTS training from Barry Prizant (Social Communication, Emotional Regulation & Transactional Support), auditory, visual & tactile prompting and fading, inquiry learning (Junior Great Books group leader), augmentative communication (mentored by the pioneer of the field David Beukelman), Phonological Knowledge and Generalization Patterns (NIH Grant Research Assistant for pioneer of the field Mary Elbert), mindfulness, and behavior management.
Connie has served the community in the Big Sister program, as a church volunteer, as president of a middle school Science Olympiad Team, and as president of a high school lacrosse team booster club. She enjoys family time in the mountains kayaking, hiking, and playing board games.
Crystal Downs, M.A. CCC-SLP
Crystal was afforded the opportunity to serve children with academic and communication difficulties upon receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, with honors, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1999 and Masters Degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 2001. She holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech and Hearing Association and a Georgia Speech-Language Pathology license. Crystal is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Speech and Language Pathology as well. Crystal has been privileged to assist children with various speech, language, and feeding needs including, but not limited to, ADD & ADHD, Apraxia, Auditory Processing, Autistic Spectrum, Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Cognitive-Linguistic Difficulties, Dyslexia, Executive Functioning, Fluency Disorders, Receptive-Expressive Language Difficulties, and Learning Differences. Crystal has worked within natural environments, school systems, hospitals and clinical settings and is passionate about working with all members of the child’s support team (parents, caregivers, siblings, teachers, etc.) to effectively strengthen a child’s communication and social skills. Since 2010, she has worked within a local private school as Learning Specialist and Academic Support teacher where she is trained to provide instruction using the Orton-Gillingham approach and Lindamood-Bell Visualizing and Verbalizing strategies. Crystal is also a certified instructor for the HANEN: It Takes Two To Talk parent training course, and conducts informational seminars at area schools to educate parents and teachers on how to effectively meet the language, learning and communication needs of their children. Crystal has enjoyed being a guest speaker at the 2014 Kids Enabled Resource Fair and was a featured writer in the Kids Enabled Magazine. Crystal's list of recently attended seminars include: Learning and the Brain- Focused, Organized Minds, American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) Conference, “DIR-Floortime: An Introduction to the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-Based Model for Special Needs Children,” “Executive Functioning, Helping the Chaotic Child and Adolescent, Sensorimotor Disorders in Children: New Integrative Approaches to Assessment and Intervention”, CHADD-The Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder National Conference, International Adopted Children & Language Issues, and “Teaching All Kinds of Minds”. Crystal is looking forward to initiating a summer camp class, Executive Function 101, where she demystifies and personalizes organizational and planning skills for older elementary and junior high students. When not in the classroom or office, Crystal enjoys traveling with her husband and two sons, photography, cheering on the UNC Tar Heels, and volunteering at her church.
Florence Cannon, M.S. CCC-SLP
Florence has been a certified speech-language pathologist for over twelve years. This is a second career for Florence; as before she became an SLP, she was a middle school language arts teacher. While she enjoyed working with students to improve their reading and writing skills, it became clear to her that she wanted to help individuals overcome their specific, unique challenges with language. So she returned to graduate school, and in 2003 she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University with a Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders. She has been working in her dream profession, speech-language pathology, ever since.
In 2007 Florence moved from Arizona to Atlanta and was thrilled to join The Language Group. She enjoys conducting evaluations and providing treatment to students of all ages to help them improve their receptive-expressive language, articulation, pragmatics, comprehension, auditory processing, memory, phonological awareness, executive function, reading, and writing.
Florence is happy to be utilizing some of the expertise that she developed as a language arts teacher in conjunction with her speech-language pathology training. She is trained in several multisensory, explicit reading programs, such as Lindamood Bell’s Seeing Stars and Orton-Gillingham based phonics approaches including Wilson and Barton. Florence provides additional therapy services using a variety of evidence-based approaches, such as Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing-LiPS, Visualizing & Verbalizing, DIR/Floortime, HearBuilder, and Step Up to Writing. Florence has also completed Georgia ETA's Complete Reading Series. She is also certified in Handwriting Without Tears.
Florence maintains certification with the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and licensure in the state of Georgia. She is also a member of the International Dyslexia Association.
Florence loves traveling, reading, organizing, and spending time with her husband and five children.
Glynna Pomerantz, M.S. CCC-SLP, TSSLD
Glynna received a Bachelor’s Degree from Marymount Manhattan College in 2010 in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Education. She graduated with her Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from Brooklyn College in 2012, where she also received her teaching certificate for students with speech and language disabilities (TSSLD).
As an undergraduate student clinician, she had the opportunity to work in the The Ruth Smadbeck Communication and Learning Center where she worked with adults with Aphasia, implementing melodic intonation therapy, facilitating group therapy, and providing diagnostic evaluations. As a graduate student clinician she worked with children in high need public schools throughout Manhattan and also who had a stroke, Alzheimer's, Dementia, and Traumatic Brain Injury patients in post-acute care.
Since 2012, Glynna has worked in a variety of settings including, charter schools, self-contained public schools, preschools, and in the private practice. Throughout her career she has focused on auditory processing disorders, phonological impairments, language based learning disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders. She has provided diagnostic evaluations for Alternative and Augmentative Communication Devices (AAC) for the New York City Department of Education and is trained to provide PROMPT therapy for children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). Before recently moving to Atlanta, Glynna worked at one of New York City’s top programs for Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), the Manhattan Behavioral Center, where she worked with children aged 2-15 with a variety of moderate-severe communication impairments, feeding disorders, and pragmatic language difficulties.
She holds a license in Speech Language Pathology in New York and Georgia and has her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. During her free time she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, cooking, yoga, and traveling to new places.
Helayne Solomon, M.Ed. CCC-SLP
In 2015, Helayne celebrated her 20th year as a Speech Language Pathologist!
Helayne graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Georgia in 1995 in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She received her Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders from Georgia State University in 1997. As a graduate student, Helayne was awarded the “Top of the Class” award from the Therapy Student Journal, and as an undergraduate, her biography was published in the 16th and 17th Annual Editions of The National Dean’s List. Helayne holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, a Georgia License in Speech-Language Pathology, and a state of Georgia Teaching Certificate. Helayne worked for the Gwinnett County School System for six years as a speech-language pathologist. In addition to treating children with a wide variety of communication disorders, Helayne also supervised graduate students, mentored other speech-language pathologists, and led IEP and Student Support Team meetings. Helayne served as Special Education Grade Chair for three years and coordinated yearly mass vision and hearing screenings for students. After practicing in Gwinnett County, Helayne began working in the private practice sector. Helayne enjoys working with children of all ages and has diagnosed and treated a wide variety of communication disorders including articulation and phonology disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders, auditory processing disorders, voice disorders, and fluency disorders. Besides providing speech and language therapy, Helayne also has served as a supervisor to graduate interns in the field of speech-language pathology at Georgia State University. Helayne attends numerous continuing education conferences and has training in Lindamood-Bell, executive dysfunction, Fast Forward, F.A.S.T. Fluency, Orton-Gillingham, and phonological awareness techniques to name a few. In addition to attending continuing education, Helayne also provides staff development and classes to teachers and parents in the area of speech-language pathology. She especially enjoys providing staff development in the areas of phonological awareness, literacy, and language enrichment. Helayne is a current member of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. In her free time, Helayne enjoys scrapbooking, reading, tap dancing, and being with her family, including her three children.
Holly Hill, M.Ed. CCC-SLP
Holly has been a practicing Speech Language Pathologist for over 19 years. She holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and a Georgia License in Speech Language Pathology. Holly received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Sciences from Auburn University, and then her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Georgia in 1994. Holly has practiced in a variety of settings, including public and private schools, child-development centers, hospitals, speech and language clinics, and the home environment. She has experience assessing and treating children with a variety of communication disorders, including, but not limited to: Articulation/Phonology, Oral-Motor, Apraxia, Receptive and Expressive Language, Auditory Processing, ADHD, Autism Spectrum, and Learning Disabilities. Holly attends numerous continuing education conferences, and has training in Executive Dysfunction, Orton-Gillingham, DIR/Floortime, Hear Builder Auditory Memory, and Phonological Awareness, to name a few.
She has conducted faculty training and parent education seminars, supervised graduate students, and has participated in multi-disciplinary intervention teams for pre-school and school-age children.
Holly enjoys traveling, cooking, volunteering, and spending time with her husband and two children.
Jarrett Jackson, M.Ed. CCC-SLP
Jarrett attended the University of Georgia where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's Degree in English and a minor concentration in Spanish. She went on to receive her Master’s of Education Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. During her graduate studies she received the Sharon Webber Scholarship for clinical excellence and was nominated for the Joan Berryman Award for academic and clinical achievement. She is a current member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. Jarrett served on the SLP Autism Committee for DeKalb County School System, helping to develop a position statement, diagnostic tools, and specific goal and objective recommendations for Speech Language-Pathologists working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the public school setting. She also presented a case study regarding vocabulary skills intervention to Speech Language Pathologists from the state of Georgia at the 2010 Georgia Organization of School Based SLPs’ Best Practices Conference. Jarrett has attended continuing education at seminars including many presentations at the 2012 ASHA Convention, such as Michelle Garcia Winner's presentation on Social Thinking; presentations at the 2016 International Dyslexia Association Georgia Branch conference including a seminar on the intersection of Executive Dysfunction and Dyslexia , and many online courses regarding topics such as reading comprehension, Social Pragmatic Disorder, voice, and memory. Jarrett has provided evaluation, consultation, and direct therapy services to individuals with a variety of speech and language needs including, but not limited to, Autism Spectrum, Aphasia, Dyslexia, Intellectual Disabilities, Executive Dysfunction, Traumatic Brain Injury, Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders, Pragmatic Language disorders, Fluency disorders, and Articulation/Phonology Disorders. When not at work, Jarrett enjoys reading, journaling, doing yoga, and listening to podcasts. She is a proud mother of three sweet girls and enjoys spending time at home with her husband, daughters, and cat, Willow.
Jennifer Schiff Ivers, M.A. CCC-SLP
Jennifer was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She received a Bachelor’s Degree from The University of Georgia in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 1997 and received a Master of Arts Degree from Cleveland State University in Speech-Language Pathology in 2000. She has received her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) as well as her Speech-Language Pathology licensure in the state of Georgia. Jennifer is a current member of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. Jennifer has worked in the public school setting for 13 years as a Speech and Language Pathologist. She has evaluated, developed individualized education plans (IEPs), and treated many children with a wide range of communication disorders. She has provided therapy for children diagnosed with Receptive and Expressive Language Disorders, Phonological and Articulation Disorders, Fluency Disorders, Voice Disorders, Apraxia, Emotional Behavior Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Aspergers, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Jennifer joined The Language Group in 2006. Here she enjoys working with students of all ages to improve their receptive language, expressive language, listening comprehension, memory, phonological awareness, reading and writing skills, syntax/grammar, fluency, pragmatics, speech/articulation, and executive function. Every year, Jennifer attends the Best Practices Conferences for Speech and Language Pathologists of the State of Georgia. Other conferences that Jennifer has attended includes; “The Boss is Out: Helping Students with Executive Dysfunction,” “DIR-Floortime: An Introduction to the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-Based Model for Special Needs Children”. and “The Unfocused Mind: Executive Function and Attention” as well as a webinar on International Adopted Children and Language Issues. Jennifer is also a Fast Forward provider and has been trained in the Lindamood Bell Programs. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family and beautiful daughter, friends, traveling, reading, and exercising.
Judy Smith, Math & Reading Specialist
Judy is a lifelong educator with experience in a wide variety of educational settings. She holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in English education. She began teaching in the late seventies and has taught grades two through eight in both regular education and special education classrooms. She has taught life skills to adult mentally handicapped students, taught adult female prison trainees to read; founded The Apple House Cooperative Preschool in Danville, Indiana; and curated the Children’s Literature Collection at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, where she received her Masters of Arts in Elementary education. Before leaving the classroom in 2018 to work individually with students with dyslexia, Judy had over thirty-five years of classroom experience and held Georgia State teacher certification in all subjects, grades K-8, and English, grades 9-12.
Throughout her career, teaching reading has been Judy’s passion. She has training in both the Comprehensive Orton-Gillingham program and the Intermediate Orton-Gillingham program. She is trained in Lindamood-Bell LIPs and Seeing Stars programs, and Handwriting Without Tears, K-5. Judy is an Atlanta native and has two amazing adult children who have lived and traveled worldwide. She loves knitting, traveling, hiking and of course, reading.
Kelsey Williams, M.S., CCC-SLP
Kelsey has been practicing in the field of speech-language pathology for the past four years. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and received her Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders from Georgia State University. Currently, she is a state-certified speech-language pathologist and is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Kelsey began her professional career in the public school system and has also worked in the private clinical setting with children with a variety of abilities from preschool through 12th grade. She has experience with a variety of communication disorders including receptive and expressive language disorders, articulation and phonology disorders, language-based learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, pragmatic language impairments, apraxia, and fluency. She also has experience working with children with a variety of medical diagnoses, including mild to severe autism, Down syndrome, ADD/ADHD, seizure disorders, cerebral palsy, and brain injuries.
Kelsey enjoys learning new and innovative ways to treat her clients effectively. She has recently attended the Best Practices conference in Atlanta and attended seminars related to executive functioning in the school setting, zones of emotional regulation, social thinking, high-functioning autism, collaboration, and ethics. She is also trained in Lindamood-Bell’s Visualizing and Verbalizing program.
Outside of therapy, Kelsey enjoys playing volleyball, cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs, eating jellybeans, reading mystery novels, and spending time with her friends and family.
Rachel Rigdon Fuller, M.Ed. CCC-SLP
Rachel graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Georgia in 2011, and received her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from UGA in 2013. As a graduate clinician, Rachel gained invaluable experience at the University of Georgia Speech and Hearing Clinic where she provided diagnostic evaluation and treatment to both children and adults. She worked as a speech-language pathologist intern at Barnett Shoals Elementary School, where she served children with various moderate-profound speech, language, and learning disabilities. At Saint Mary’s Center for Rehabilitation Services in Athens, Georgia, Rachel had the opportunity to work with an interdisplinary team to restore speech, language, and cognitive communicative abilities in adults with aphasia, dementia, Traumatic Brain Injury, dysarthria, apraxia, dysphagia, and Parkinson’s disease. Rachel holds a Georgia License in Speech-Language Pathology. as well as her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. She is also amember of ASHA’s Language Learning and Education Special Interest Group. Since 2013, she has served a variety of pediatric populations including, but not limited to: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Auditory Processing Disorder, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Attention-Deficit Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Oral-Motor Dysfunction, and Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Rachel has provided result-driven treatment to clients between the ages of 18 months to 25 years of age in the areas of early speech and language development, fluency and voice, receptive and expressive language, math-based language conceptualization, word retrieval, articulation and phonology, developmental apraxia, reading comprehension, written expression, attention, working memory, executive functions, and sensory and oral-motor based feeding. She has also worked as the Fast ForWord and Reading Assistant Coordinator to provide brain-plasticity based treatment for auditory processing, language, and reading difficulties. Rachel is a certified provider of three highly effective programs: Integrated Listening Systems (iLs) and iLs Interactive Language Program, and Interactive Metronome (IM). She has training in several Lindamood-Bell programs (i.e., Seeing Stars, Visualizing & Verbalizing, and On Cloud 9) as well as the Kaufman Speech-to-Language Protocol for Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Dedicated to helping her clients reach full potential in home, social, and educational environments, Rachel searches for every opportunity to participate in educational opportunities to enhance her clinical skills and provide the best possible treatment for each and every client. During her free time, Rachel enjoys spending time with her friends and family, reading, and supporting the Georgia Bulldogs and Atlanta Braves.
Sarah Davidson, M.S. CCC-SLP
Sarah has been a practicing speech-language pathologist for two years. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and a Georgia license in speech-language pathology. Sarah received her Bachelor of Arts degree in music performance (voice) and Bachelor of Science in psychology from the University of Georgia in 2010. After undergrad, Sarah spent time living abroad in France and Argentina to pursue her passion for learning foreign languages. She received her Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Georgia State University in 2017.
Thus far, Sarah has had clinical experience in the school, hospital and private practice setting. In the hospitals, Sarah assessed and treated cognitive-communication disorders, voice disorders, executive dysfunction, dysarthria, apraxia, aphasia, and dysphagia. In the schools, she has experience assessing and treating children with a variety of communication disorders including articulation and phonology, mixed receptive and expressive language impairment, dysfluency, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Specific Learning Disability. In her spare time, Sarah is an avid reader, enjoys listening to podcasts and music, and spends time with friends and family.
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