Lindsay worked as an educator in a Primary Montessori Classroom in Connecticut before deciding to return to school in order to obtain her Master's Degree. She worked for several years in New York City in a number of settings, including Early Intervention, charter schools and sensory gyms. She had the opportunity to supervise new graduates in the field during their clinical fellow programs.
Her areas of interest include apraxia of speech, fluency disorders, voice dosorders, augmentative alternative devides, autism spectrum disorders and developmental language delays.
Outside of work she devotes her time to developing her yoga practice, exploring art in exhibits & museums and hiking Oregon trails with her dog.
Areas of expertise
Childhood apraxia of speech, fluency disorders, developmental language delays
Bachelor of Science from the University of Connecticut in early childhood education with a concentration in family studies.