Throughout her 20-year speech-language pathology career, Keri has pursued training for speech and language, apraxia (motor speech), social communication, phonological processing, reading comprehension, language content, writing, speaking confidence, public speaking, and accent modification.
Keri is that person who’s always tuned in to a webinar or observing how people communicate in natural settings. She doesn’t quit learning a technique until she can break it down for kids to use in ways they enjoy. She believes nothing accelerates progress better than kids who develop a love for speaking, writing, reading and communicating.
When parents are worried about their child struggling, Keri works to help their child develop skills including initiating concerns and persevering to master a speech movement. These developments are reminders the children are more capable and incredible than they realize.
Keri looks forward to collaborating with a team of specialists so your child can thrive.