“I know what it’s like to watch your child struggle to communicate and feel helpless. At the age of three years old, my child was diagnosed with a speech and language disorder.
Anxiety and fear kicked in. I did not fully understand what this diagnosis meant for my son’s future. He started speech and language therapy and his world opened up. My son thrived as a toddler and 15 years later he is a freshman in college and doing well.
This is why I became a speech language pathologist. Over the last 13 years, I’ve built my practice on the belief that with the right level of support from a dedicated speech pathologist along with strong family support, any child can thrive.”