Hey There, Friends!
I want to thank you for coming to visit my website. I have always wanted to share my ideas, tips & tricks, and resources for Speech Language Pathology. I finally took the leap in the spring of 2020.
I’ve been a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) since 2005. I’ve worked in a variety of settings, but most of my experience has been working with young children in preschool and clinical settings.
I am a strength-based SLP with additional training and education in Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, & ADHD.
I am a Mom to 4 wonderful children. Our household includes a variety of neurotypes, including ADHD, Autism, Gifted, and more! Some of us prefer person first language and some of us prefer identity first language; some of us disclose our diagnoses and some do not. Each of us is unique. This gives me the unique perspective of both sides of the therapy table. As a mother, I am familiar and empathetic with the challenges many families face. I love working with families to help meet their goals.
What I Offer
I offer blog posts with ideas for both professionals and parents. This information may change over time, as I obtain ongoing education and as the world develops and changes (example: the neurodiversity movement and change from Autism Awareness to Autism Acceptance). I also offer consultations and lectures for groups or classes. You can send me a direct request at email@example.com.
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Please keep in mind that tips, suggestions, and techniques shared on this blog are designed with parents, teachers, and therapists in mind. The information is presented at a basic level so that parents can implement strategies at home. This is meant to support what children with developmental disorders or other ongoing needs are learning in therapy with a qualified provider. The information on this site is not meant to replace the expertise of professionals working directly with children.
Please do not copy or sell anything created and listed here as your own.
Elizabeth Hepler, MA/CCC-SLP