Biography & Education

"I love working with children and providing them with the skills necessary to become successful communicators.”

Amanda has provided early intervention services to the birth to 3 population for the last 8 years. She has worked in the NICU follow-up clinic at St. Vincents since 2007 and joined the Feeding & Development Team (FDT) in 2010. Amanda is uniquely interested in promoting the communication bond between infants and their caregivers to help facilitate developmentally supportive engagement.

Amanda's outside interests include reading, traveling & spending time with her husband and 2 little girls.
Areas of expertise

NICU & birth to 5 years

Lee completed her undergraduate education at the University of San Francisco in California. She went on to receive her master’s degree in communication disorders/speech language pathology from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. Lee specializes in early intervention and receptive and expressive language disorders.

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