Casey is a Speech Language Pathologist, Feeding Specialist, and Certified Lactation Counselor who has worked in multiple settings over her career including acute care and rehabilitation hospitals, outpatient therapy programs, schools, and home care.
Casey graduated with her Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2012. She has extensive experience in infant and child feeding and swallowing disorders as well as a wide variety of speech and language disorders. Casey has special interest areas in feeding and school aged language therapy. Casey believes that feeding your child does not have to feel stressful, let her show you how to put the bonding and fun back in mealtimes.
Casey is a loving wife and mother of two who enjoys combining her parenting experience and clinical knowledge to educate and empower families to encourage growth and development of their children from birth to twenty one. Parenting can be overwhelming at times, but we are here to help guide and support your family in a fun and playful environment.
Amy received her Bachelor’s Degree from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2014 and completed her Master’s Degree at Ithaca College in 2016. She always knew she wanted to pursue speech language pathology, thanks to her sister-in-law who was pursuing this career before her! However, they both found their own specialty areas. Amy has been focusing on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) for the last 5 years. She has worked with children with a wide variety of diagnoses and access methods (touch, eye gaze, and switch scanning) across settings. She has experience in schools, hospitals and outpatient programs, specializing in AAC. Amy evaluates and treats with a strengths based approach to identify what a child can do independently and how to enhance that skill in order to increase participation and/or communication. Each child is unique and each child should be provided the opportunity to communicate.
Pursuing an AAC device can be overwhelming. Let Amy help you! She believes in a coaching model to help families feel supported and fully understand their child’s communication device. AAC can be a long process and it takes a village, but Amy & Casey are here every step of the way!
Jamie received her Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education and Elementary Education from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2007. As a special education teacher, Jamie utilized Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to support her students in more effectively and independently communicating within the classroom setting. She was immediately hooked!
Jamie began pursing a career as a speech language pathologist, receiving her masters degree from Monmouth University in 2017. Since graduating, Jamie has experience working in special education schools, outpatient facilities, and pediatric hospital settings, where she gained extensive experience in AAC, as well as a wide variety of speech and language disorders. In 2022, Jamie began working as an adjunct professor, teaching the graduate level AAC course within the department of speech language pathology at Thomas Jefferson University.
Jamie loves what she does, and understands personally and professionally that “it takes a village”. She would be honored to be part of yours!