What would you do even if you didnʼt get paid to do?
What are you surprisingly good at?
Making a good fire/camping
Whatʼs the biggest proof that youʼre good at what you do?
I’ve worked with so many kids, and I’ve seen the growth that they’ve made, what deficits that they may have had. I’ve had parents write me letters thanking me for difference. I’ve seen kids years later, and it’s amazing to see what they are doing
How long have you been working in your field?
This is my 22nd year as a speech/language pathologist.
What are you most passionate about professionally? Personally?
Professionally: language development
Personally: my family
Whatʼs your biggest accomplishment professionally?
Working with a diverse population, and being able to work on all of those different and being able to help children to gain new skills.
I also think I’m helpful to parent want to see the end results, but helping them to see all the little gains along the way
What problems do you consistently solve for your clients?
I help my clients learn new skills and apply them appropriately.
What are you complimented on most in your work?
How quickly I can see what a kid is/is not doing, and helping them. I’ve always he I’m good at making connections with kids and parents early on, which is so impor teaching kids how to do something that is difficult.