Justine Glover, SLP
Clinic Director and Speech/Language Pathologist firstname.lastname@example.org
Hunter College of City University of New York
Justine is the Clinic owner and Director with over 40 years experience in hospital, home health, therapeutic preschool, clinical settings. Her extensive experience has taught her that "Parent Coaching" is one of the most important and effective aspects of therapy. Specific specialties include social language skills training and early intervention. Justine, her husband, and twin children live in Cumming.
Administrative Director email@example.com
B.A. Florida Atlantic University 1993
Responsible for office management, billing, and overall patient/parent advocacy. Michele and her husband are parents of two children and live in Cumming.
Kari Sykes, SLP
and Assistant Clinical Director firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Cincinnati, 2004, in Communication Disorders
Kari has over 10 years experience in educational and clinical settings, specializing in early intervention and working with children on the Autism spectrum. Kari's oldest son was diagnosed with Autism at the age of 2. She is passionate about advocating for both her son as well as the entire Autism community. Kari believes that the best part of being a pediatric Speech Therapist is being challenged everyday with finding the right mix of strategies and interventions for each child.
Linnea Veazey, SLP
Speech/Language Pathologist email@example.com
University of Vermont, 2013 in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Linnea offers considerable experience working with children of all ages in a variety of settings. She is passionate for helping children communicate effectively regardless of their diagnosis or abilities. Linnea has worked with children with Apraxia, fluency disorders, articulation disorders, Autism Spectrum disorders, and language disorders. She enjoys taking a family centered approach when evaluating and treating children in order to promote maximum progress for her clients.
Meagan Gordon, SLP
M.S., CCC-SLP firstname.lastname@example.org
Master's in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Alabama A&M University
Meagan has worked as a Speech Pathologist for 12 years. She has experience working with clients with diagnoses of Autism, Down Syndrome, Apraxia, and Developmental Delays. Meagan has worked in the public school, hospital, and out patient clinic settings. She has completed training in Beckman Oral Motor, Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol, and Hannen. She enjoys helping her clients reach their maximum potential!
Jenny Dixon, SLP
M.S., CCC-SLP email@example.com
Master's in Communication Disorders from Armstrong Atlantic State University
Jenny earned her B.S. from the University of Georgia and her M.S. from Armstrong State University.
Jenny has worked with adults, adolescents, and children in educational, medical and in private clinic settings. Her experience includes patients with autism, apraxia of speech, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, & ADHD. Jenny includes family and caregivers every step of the way through treatment, recognizing this hastens progress. Jenny is also a registered yoga teacher and a certified pilates instructor. She loves to incorporate simple yoga movements and breathing exercises into therapy.
Chloe Morgan, SLP
M.Ed., CCC-SLP firstname.lastname@example.org
Chloe earned her B.S. in Speech-Hearing Sciences from East Carolina University and her M.Ed. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from North Carolina Central University. She received her Graduate Assistive Technology Certificate from East Carolina University, where she can evaluate and help individuals in finding a device to help in communicating. Chloe has a variety of experiences working with all ages in educational, medical, home, and private clinic settings. She enjoys using family-coaching interventions and implementing strategies into their child's daily routines in order to maximize their potential. She has experience working with Autism, Cleft lip and palate, genetic syndromes, feeding/swallowing disorders, hearing impairments, sensory processing disorders, neonatal abstinence syndrome, apraxia, and developmental delays. Chloe and her fiance' are new to the area and live in Sandy Springs, GA.