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I teach parents simple things they can do to help their child communicate.


I know what it’s like to worry about your child’s development.

Our oldest daughter was born 3 months early and weighed less than 2 pounds. Living through those two months of having her in the NICU was so scary and emotional. Yet, as terrible as it was, I was grateful for my years of training in child development. I knew I had the skills to care for her. Fortunately we had great care and she is in perfect health. I don’t want any parent to feel helpless. Proper care plays a primary role in your child’s development. You just need to know how to help them. That’s where I come in.


A little more about me…

I love my job but family comes first. I believe it is the simple things in life that make us happy. We need more love and connection, not more stuff. I am passionate about play and teaching children the skills they need to be independent.

Five years ago, I transitioned from working as a speech-language pathologist in the schools to the home health setting. I felt like I was starting a whole new career.

Scrolling through Pinterest and Podcasts felt like a blackhole of information. 

Here's the thing... I love to keep it simple. Give me a checklist and I’m a happy girl. And if you dig simple too, then stick around. I'm on a mission to make your job easier.


3 ways I can help you…

speech and language parent handouts

Parent Handouts

information and ideas to develop speech and language skills in young children written in parent-friendly language.

speech language therapy books


These books are resources you can use to help your child learn to communicate effectively with you and others around them.

Games & Activities

These are versatile games and photo cards designed to target a variety of speech and language goals.


Language Activity Ideas

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