Suzanne has been the owner of The Speech House since May 2000. She views working with children in this environment as the most rewarding setting since the clients tend to make better, faster, and more enjoyable progress. She specializes in working with Social Skills problems in children, as well as those with High Functioning ASD. She has training in many current methods including ILS, PROMPT, PECS, Sensory Integration, and Social Thinking. Suzanne and her staff work tirelessly, going the extra mile, to provide the highest quality services available to the children and their families.
Deborah has received her BS and MS degrees from Baylor University. She has worked in the public school and private practice settings. She has worked with most communication disorders. Deborah has been actively involved in a number of child oriented volunteer programs: Tyler Day Nursery and Discovery Science Place as a Junior League Member, Sunday school classes, VBS, Women’s Symphony League Kinderkonzert, Lil’ Wrangler’s Round-Up (for pediatric cancer survivors as a part of Tyler’s Annual Cattle Baron’s Gala).
Amy graduated from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Amy’s main clinical interests are in the areas of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, and augmentative communication. Amy is certified in the Picture Exchange Communication Program (PECS is a scientifically proven augmentative training package that allows individuals with communication deficits to learn to initiate and develop functional communication). She is also trained in Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets (PROMPT is a system that provides input to the oral musculature through touch, pressure, and specific placements to assist in the refinement of articulation).