“I aim to provide treatment that positively improves and aids children in learning how to appropriately and functionally communicate and understand language. I place a strong emphasis on parental education and carryover within the home to optimally aid children in communicating across a variety of environments.”
Liz is a speech-language pathologist at Portage Health Rehabilitation, working in Calumet and Hancock. She has earned a Masters of Arts degree in speech-language pathology from Central Michigan University, and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in speech-language pathology. Liz is also a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
The biggest areas of clinical interest are specific to pediatrics, from birth to early adulthood. Outside of earned degree and certificates, Liz has attended several workshops and continuing education courses specifically in the areas of autism, early child speech-language development, childhood apraxia of speech, oral apraxia of speech, Picture Exchange Communication Systems and articulation disorders (Speech Buddies user).