I am an educator, a mentor, a professor, a supervisor, a therapist and a mother. I am passionate about helping children learn how to talk—that moment they realize they can move their articulators to sequence speech sounds and begin getting their point across verbally—is what keeps me in this profession. I love teaching graduate students speech and language development as well as the science behind the art of great speech therapy. There is nothing better than watching a student thrive under my tutelage. I am continuously honored to support moms by giving them a safe space to discuss openly the challenges of raising a child with special needs.

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A Commitment to Higher Education

Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn’t know you had & dealing with fears you didn’t know existed. – Linda Wooten

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Special Needs Moms Are Most Special

To a child’s ear, ‘mother’ is magic in any language. – Arlene Benedict


Resources such as Development Milestone Charts, IPA Symbols, Screeners for Speech and Oral Motor Function and much more.

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Some interesting articles on everything from parenting tips and therapy suggestions to inspirational stories for everyone.

Write Brain Books

The WRiTE BRAiN World—with its’ well designed product line and unique, interactive website, is an all encompassing, amazing program built around the premise that when children are inspired and set up for success, they can bring their imagination to life with creative writing.

When I was approached to help develop this supplement for students with learning differences (and many times difficulties), I was thrilled. How often can we say that we stand behind a product so fully and so wholeheartedly that coming on board in such a rewarding capacity is essentially an honor?


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