Mary Davis – CF-SLP
Mary obtained a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Miami University (2015) and a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Washington (2017). She has experience working with children from 1 year through young adulthood. Specific areas of interest include social communication, receptive/expressive language disorders, and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). When not working, Mary enjoys running, baking cookies, and hiking with her dog Maylie.
Alison Day – MA, CCC-SLP
Alison received a Bachelor of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (1986) and a Master of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (1990) from Western Washington University. She has worked in Birth to Three Centers, the public schools and in clinical settings. Areas of interest include working with children who have apraxia/dyspraxia of speech and children with language and social delays. Other clinical interests include early reading intervention and working with older children with reading delays. She has been specifically trained to provide the Lindamood Bell (LiPs), Hanen Early Language Program, TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication Handicapped Children) and the Picture Exchange Communication System interventions. When not working, Alison enjoys hiking, traveling, sailing and other outdoor interests.
Jan Stoppleworth – MA, CCC-SLP
Jan received her Bachelor of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology (1989) and Master of Speech-Language Pathology (1991) from Western Washington University. Career clinical settings have been in geriatrics (hospital and skilled nursing facilities), public schools, birth to three and developmental preschool programsas well as private and multidisciplinary clinics. In addition to emerging speech & language, developmental speech & language delays, feeding and apraxia/dyspraxia of speech, Jan has experience testing and providing intervention in the areas of pediatric and adolescent language/learning disabilities. This includes cognitive social skills, phonological awareness, reading (decoding and comprehension), written language skills (including encoding skills) and study skills. She has been specifically trained to provide the Wilson Reading Program, Lindamood Bell (LiPS) and PROMP (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) intervention. In her other life, Jan enjoys providing vocal and instrumental entertainment in the form of an original musical drama for the church setting that has toured locally and as far away as Africa University in Zimbabwe, as well as performing in concerts and providing musical leadership for retreats, weddings, etc. Her motto has become: You’re not old until you stop having birthdays!
Kali obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences & Disorders (2003) and Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from Western Washington University (2005). Over the past twelve years, she has worked in school and clinic settings. Kali has experience working with individuals aged 12 months to adolescence. She has a special interest in the areas of childhood apraxia of speech, phonological disorders and fluency disorders. Kali completed a series of graduate-level courses in applied behavior analysis (ABA) and also has training in PROMPT, The Kaufman Protocol and Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS). When not working, Kali enjoys attending live music shows, trying new restaurants and spending time with her husband and 3 cats.