"I love having the opportunity to guide children into greater and
easier communication, giving them the tools to be successful and enjoy
the blessing of sharing with others through speech and language."
Sarah is originally from San Diego, and moved to the Gorge in 2014. She
completed her Master's research in the area of communication applications
for children with Autism and has experience working with children with
Autism and a wide spectrum of disabilities in individual and classroom
settings. Sarah loves working with pediatric clients of all ages and especially
enjoys working with elementary aged children using contextualized language
intervention. She is fluent in American Sign Language and is passionate
about using that as a communication tool with pre-verbal children ages
2-4. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, running, hiking around the
Gorge, downhill skiing, camping, cooking, and teaching cycling at Water's Edge.
Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (MS-SLP) from Abilene Christian University
Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Biola University
Pediatric Speech Language Pathology