Mission: Providing Early intervention and supplemental speech and language services for children at-risk for communication delay/disorders through "fascinating and focused" interactive groups using a variety of interventions.
What's an SLP ya ask?
A Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) diagnoses and treats communication disorders including articulation, language, voice, fluency, and swallowing/feeding disorders; and conduct hearing screenings. Whew, that's a huge scope of practice! An SLP works in hospitals, schools, clinics, home health settings, group homes, and anywhere there is a person needing some speech therapy.
About Kendra Allison, SLP...
Western Michigan University: Masters of Art in Speech-Language Pathology
American Speech-Language Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence
NC Board of Examiners Speech-Language Pathology License
I am a licensed SLP with 10 years of experience in diagnosing and treating the spectrum of communication disorders and medical diagnoses such as autism, mental/cognitive disability, and ADHD. I have served the Exceptional Children population within a Public School System, Mentally Disabled Residential Facility clients, and home health clients. Personally, I possess creativity and energy that I share with my students through literacy, arts, and music; while integrating language, kinesthetic, and social stimulation.
I am based in Charlotte and Stanly County, North Carolina