ABOUT SPEECH PATHOLOGY

Speech-language pathologists address typical and atypical communication in the following areas: speech sound production, voice, fluency, language (comprehension and expression), and feeding and swallowing. The professional roles and activities in speech-language pathology include clinical/educational services (diagnosis, assessment, planning, and treatment), prevention and advocacy, education, administration, and research.

MEET THE SPEECH PATHOLOGIST

Miranda Sanders

Miranda Sanders

I graduated from University of Central Arkansas with my Master's in 2005 and have been a Speech Language Pathologist in schools in Washington, New Hampshire, and Arkansas. I have worked with students from preschool through high school. I love making connections with students and using their interest areas to help them meet their communication goals.