Amanda is a native to Cleveland, Ohio and has lived in Austin since August, 2013. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from The Ohio State University prior to attending The University of Arizona where she received a Master of Science in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences in 2012 and earned a Graduate Teaching Assistant merit-based scholarship.
Amanda provides comprehensive speech and language communication evaluations and treatment for the pediatric population. She has worked in school and private practice settings. Amanda enjoys working with a diverse population, including children and adolescents with articulation and phonological impairments, receptive and expressive language disorders, autism spectrum disorders and social pragmatic language impairments. Amanda has a particular interest in working with children who benefit from use of augmentative/alternative communication devices, early intervention, children with craniofacial syndromes such as 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Some additionall coursework Amanda has completed include: LAMP training, PROMPT training, Teach me to Talk, My Munchbug feeding course, and DTTC (dynamic temporal and tactile cueing) training.