Tiffany graduated from Kent State University in 2006 with a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She is certified by the Ohio Board of Speech-Language Pathology and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Tiffany draws from both professional and personal experiences to guide her practices. She has a son who struggles with sensory challenges and 2 children who experienced Colic and Reflux as babies. These journeys have fueled her commitment to ensuring that families concerns are heard and addressed as a family unit, not just focused on the individual. She is the author of the book: Relentless: A Parents’ Pursuit for Peace (available on Amazon.com), which addresses common concerns and challenges parents face during baby’s first year of life.
Tiffany has 12 years experience providing assessments and intervention in a variety of settings including hospitals/acute care, skilled nursing facilities, preschools, public school, and private companies whose focus is individuals with special needs. She also has 6 years experience supervising graduate students in the Speech Pathology program and Speech Therapists in their clinical fellowship year of training.
Her expertise includes Autism Spectrum Disorder including intense behaviors, Sensory Based Feeding Challenges, Articulation and Language Disorders, Social and Life Skills Development and Routine Based Integration. She believes early detection/intervention and Routine-Based Integration are vital for empowering families, maximizing the rate of skill development, and maintaining the level of gains achieved.
Tiffany is a mother of 5 children who enjoy learning, spending time with her husband and children, and engaging in new experiences.