Stephanie has received training at various institutions including the National Institutes of Health, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, The Walker School, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston Medical Center, and Tufts Medical Center. Stephanie is an experienced leader in post-acute medical care for adults and children. Specifically, her specialties include neurocognitive, swallowing, and communication treatments for populations with dysphagia, aphasia, Autism Spectrum, complex voice/airway impairments, and cognitive impairments. Stephanie is one of few local consultants trained in AAC, LSVT LOUD, Vital Stim (NMES), In-Line and Passy Muir Speaking Valves, Modified Barum Swallow Studies, the Electrolarynx, and the Kaufman Apraxia Program.
Stephanie idealizes a humanizing patient experience. She approaches patient care and the leadership of the team with values for world-class customer service and advocacy. She prioritizes relationships with patients/families, physicians, and vital members to any outside healthcare team.
Stephanie enjoys mentoring and coaching students and clinicians. She currently serves as a committee member to the Business Management Committee of the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Kalli is passionate about advocating for each patient and striving to create an integrated environment with open communication for the patient and his or her family. She believes in capitalizing on each individual’s strengths to improve areas of weakness for overall life quality beyond the therapy session.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time entertaining her young nieces and nephews, exercising by taking pure barre classes, and visiting local coffee shops. She is very fond of traveling, quality coffee, and her miniature goldendoodle, Juneau.