Jordan Stewart, M.A. CCC-SLP

Jordan graduated from the University at Buffalo, SUNY. Jordan ble brakt inn i dette feltet av hennes ønske om å finne en karriere som kombinerte sine kommunikasjonsevner og undervisning med sin lidenskap for å hjelpe barn med spesielle behov. Hun har også en lærerskolen, uteksaminert Summa Cum Laude. She is a driven speech language pathologist with success in attaining childrens’ speech/language goals through enjoyable and imaginative customized therapy activities that naturally transfer to their daily environment. Jordan er kunnskapsrik om aktuelle evidensbaserte forskningsresultater og effektive diagnostiske og terapeutiske tilnærminger. Hun har erfaring i å gi kollektiv og individuell terapi i skole og private innstillinger til studenter i alderen 1-21. Jordan har også en fungerende ferdigheter av spansk og bruker det med noen av hennes spansktalende klientell. På fritiden liker hun vannscooter, utforske strender, lesing, ser dokumentarer, spille tennis og reise.

Alissa Belmont, M.S. CCC-SLP

Alissa earned her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of South Florida. She interned in Hillsborough County Elementary School’s and practiced speech therapy with children under supervision at the USF on-site clinic. She was brought into the field by her enthusiasm for language and love for being creative with kids. Alissa has a personal goal of earning an ACE award that is given to SLPs who earn 70 hours of continuing education within 3 år. She loves being creative and making every session full of opportunities to communicate and support language learning. In her spare time she likes to relax at the beach, lese, write, cook, and try DIY art projects. Alissa often encourages parents to read to their children to increase their exposure to language every day.

Debbie Meissner M.S., CCC-SLP

Debbie joined Children’s Therapy Solutions after working for Manatee County Schools for 35 år. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and her Masters degree from Florida State University. Debbie has vast experience working with a variety of ages and disorders. Hun har lang erfaring med barn med autisme,,en,språkbaserte leseforstyrrelser,,en,mental Helse,,en,ADHD,,en,stemme,,en,språk- og taleforstyrrelser,,en,Hun deltok mange år på ganespalte laget gjennom Barnas Medical Services,,en,Debbie har også vært professor II for Nova universitet,,en, language based reading disorders, mental health, ADHD, stamming, voice, language and speech disorders. She participated many years on the cleft palate team through Children’s Medical Services. Debbie has also been an adjunct professor for Nova University. She enjoys keeping current with latest therapy trends earning ACE awards from the American Speech Language-Hearing Association. Debbie finds working with her clients and their family to be very rewarding. She truly believes that it takes a village to raise a child.

Caitlin Kellogg, M.A.CCC-SLP

Caitlin earned her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She always had a desire to become a part of a field that would allow her to help make a positive impact in the lives of those in need, and speech has given her just that. Caitlin had the opportunity to complete a 14-week internship at Children’s Therapy Solutions and is happy to return to Florida joining the speech therapy team full time. Caitlin strives to make her therapy sessions enjoyable, creative, individualized, and let’s not forget…FUN! She aims to make differences in the lives of her clients one day at a time. På fritiden, she enjoys being outdoors, spending time with friends and family, cooking/eating (let’s be honest!), musikk, and simply just trying new things!

Alessandra Huertas, B.A. SLPA

Alessandra earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of South Florida. She has more than 5 years of experience working with individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental delays. She has worked with children in other settings as well for example, teaching piano at a private school. She wanted to pursue a career where she can teach, be creative, and help make an impact in other people’s lives. Alessandra was born in Peru, but grew up in California since she was 6 years old. She moved to Florida for college and fell in love with this state. She became certain about pursuing a career in speech language pathology after seeing the positive impact it had on her younger sibling first-hand. Now her desire and passion is to help children and their families just as her family was helped. Being bilingual she can help a broad range of children and families! In her free time she loves relaxing at the beach, painting, going to the movies, acting, traveling and exploring new places.

Courtney Addington, M.S. CCC-SLP

Courtney earned her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Kent State University. She currently has more than 5 years of experience in settings that include: Skilled Nursing Facilities, Educational Service Center Preschools, Public Elementary Schools, Outpatient Clinics and Home Visits. She pursued a career in Speech and Language Pathology due to her passion for working with children. She is adamant about staying up to date on the most current research to provide evidenced-based treatments. She enjoys using fun, creative, activities and incorporating literature into therapy sessions to keep children engaged and to maximize speech and language opportunities. På fritiden, she enjoys cooking, swimming, reading and exploring new cities and beaches.

Andres Gordillo, M.S., CCC-SLP

Andres, “Mr. G,” graduated from the University of South Florida with his Master’s of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. He is trilingual and provides services in both Spanish and English. As a recipient of the 5th cohort grant from the Department of Education, his studies related to listening and spoken language in culturally and linguistically diverse children who are deaf or hard of hearing earned him additional certification as an Early Intervention Hearing Specialist. He worked as a school-based speech-language pathologist for 1.5 år. His background led him into the field. Andres grew up in Ecuador and came to America when he was 14 years old. Having grown up with a cousin with Down syndrome he noticed the lack of resources for treatment first-hand there. His goal now is to open his own clinic in Ecuador and make a difference in other countries too! In his spare time, Andres likes playing the guitar, soccer, løping, and traveling.

Erin Browne, M.Ed. CF-SLP

Erin earned her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Georgia and her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa. Erin forfulgt dette feltet på grunn av sin lidenskap for å hjelpe andre i å oppdage og utvikle sine stemmer og evner til å kommunisere! She is originally from a suburb of Chicago where she completed a partial internship at a pediatric outpatient clinic associated with Little Company of Mary Hospital, and she most recently interned at Peachtree Elementary near Atlanta, Georgia. Hun har erfaring som gir behandling til førskole gjennom high school-elever, og hun har gjennomgått opplæring i alternativ supplerende kommunikasjon (AAC). Erin strives to provide therapy in a fun, dynamic, and engaging way! She believes keeping families and loved ones involved with intervention is a key to success. Outside of her love for speech, Erin enjoys running, spending time outdoors, cooking and exploring her new city!

Kara Maschmeyes, B.A., SLP-A

Kara earned her Bachelor’s of Communication Science and Disorders degree from the University of South Florida in 2006. She has more than 10 års erfaring med barn fra 2 år til 21 in a special needs school. Kara has worked with a wide range of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, atferdsproblemer, and developmentally delayed. She decided to become a SLP-A due to her grandmother having a stroke and loosing all ability to communicate with the family. From that point she had decided what she wanted to major in communication in college. Kara highly enjoys working with young children and has a passion for using the Picture Exchange Communication System. She finds gratification while working with children and families. Kara mener at det tar teamarbeid for å hjelpe barn lykkes i terapi, skole, and at home. She briefly worked for Early Steps as an Infant Toddler Developmental Specialist in Highlands County. In Kara’s spare time, Hun liker å være sammen med familie og venner på stranden, reise, lesing, and shopping.

Sarah Boyce, M.S. CCC-SLP

Sarah fikk sin bachelorgrad fra Calvin College i Michigan og fikk sin mastergrad fra East Tennessee State University. Sarah har tidligere fungert som et forskningsprosjekt førsteamanuensis / tale patolog på NIH stipend gi tidlig tale og språk intervensjon for barn med reparert ganespalte. Sarah etablert og føre en tale og språk klinikk i et fellesskap heia senter som tilbyr helhetlig omsorg gjennom interdisiciplinary samarbeid med audiografer, primæromsorg, nutrionists, og mental helse terapeuter. I tillegg, Sarah har vært assisterende professor i East Tennessee State University undervise studentene online i fonetikk og kliniske prosesser siden 2014. Sarah har også erfaring som klinisk veileder veiledning graduate student clinicans fokusert på pediatrisk vurdering og behandling av tidlig intervensjon gjennom skolebarn med en rekke lidelser, inkludert: sensoriske og atferdsforstyrrelser mate, resonans, fluency, sosial kommunikasjon / pragmatikk, mottakelig og ekspressive språk, fonologiske og artikulasjon lidelser, samt gi tospråklige tale og språk vurdering og behandling. Sarah har en arbeids profiency av spansk og bruker det med henne spansktalende klientell. Sarahs lidenskaper inkluderer tidlig tale og langauge intervensjon, involverer foreldre / pleieren i terapi økt, og målretting terapi gjennom lek for maksimal generalisering / bære-over hjemme. In her free time, Hun liker å tilbringe tid med sin mann og unge sønn, reise, utforske nye strender, lesing, og fullføre møbler oppussing.

Kristin Carlstrom, M.S. CCC-SLP

Kristin fikk sin Master of Science grad uteksaminert med laud fra Nova Souteastern universitet. Kristin forfulgte en karriere i logopedi grunn av hennes sterke ønske om å hjelpe andre med å forbedre sin evne til å kommunisere og i sin tur forbedre sin livskvalitet. Kristin er opprinnelig fra Sarasota, FL og kommer fra en peruansk-skandinavisk bakgrunn. Hun er tospråklig og tilbyr tjenester i både engelsk og spansk. Hun har erfaring som gir behandling til barn i alle aldre, og med et bredt utvalg av bakgrunner og lidelser. Hun har jobbet i sykehus og poliklinikker, hjelpe både barn og voksne befolkningen i nød. Kristin første prioritet er å tilveiebringe terapi som er funksjonell og meningsfull for den enkelte kunde, og deres familier. Mens du gjør det, hun arbeider for å gjøre behandlingen moro, berikende, og oppløftende. During her free time, Kristin nyter filmer, musikk, reise, spiller tennis, dans, og tilbringe tid med sine kjære.

Elizabeth “Libby” Atkinson

Libby vokste opp i Houston og flyttet til Dallas, Texas området. Hun gikk på University of Texas Daglig for logopedi. Deretter jobbet hun i skoleverket i Texas før han flyttet til Florida. Hun ble brakt til Florida for å hjelpe familien hennes bor her og hennes kjærlighet for området. Hun har fått ekstra opplæring arbeider med pasienter med Parkinsons sykdom samt nevromuskulære sykdommer. Hun jobbet i mange år på siden av forsikringsselskaper som prosjektleder og krav sensor hvor hun var i stand til å få forståelse for kompleksiteten i det området, og hvordan du kan hjelpe familier når det er mulig å nå forstår hva som er tilgjengelig for dem. Hun mener hver person har rett til å bli hørt og streber etter å være en mester, og talsmann for studenter og familier som kan være usikker på hva du skal gjøre neste. Libby hobbyer omfatter maleri-akvareller er hennes medium valg. Hennes andre lidenskaper er hennes hunder og hennes familie.

Whitney Scott, M.S. CCC-SLP

Whitney grew up in Palmetto, FL and graduated from the University of South Florida where she received her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. She has vast experience in the field including work in the school system with preschool-third grade, outpatient clinic, acute care and inpatient hospital settings, as well as in skilled nursing. She has furthered her knowledge by attending trainings for Beckman Oral Motor Protocol, Interactive Metronome, and Red Cross Life Support. Whitney is passionate about helping those in need. Working one on one in a clinical setting is wonderful because of the strong relationship developed between clients and families. Resulting is growth and strong connection with caregivers to support at home communication. She loves working with children, because they are our future. She loves to dance, synge, maling, and spend as much time as possible by the water. In her free time she works on her blog ( and bakes cookies!


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