Megan, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

Megan brings a deep commitment to enhancing the lives of individuals through effective speech and language intervention. Megan has experience working with individuals of many ages and with the following diagnoses: Down Syndrome, receptive and/or expressive language disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, articulation disorders, phonological disorders, Autism, fluency disorders, cognitive disorders, feeding/swallowing disorders, and social-pragmatic communication disorders. She earned a Bachelor’s in Communication Science and Disorders with a minor in Child Development at Florida State University. In 2020, she received a Master’s in Communication Disorders at North Carolina Central University.

Megan moved to North Carolina from Florida to attend graduate school in 2018. Following graduate school, she worked in NC as a pediatric SLP in a sensory integration (SI) clinic. In addition to her role as a speech therapist, Megan is also a co-owner of a small business Disco Differences, a vibrant vintage/secondhand store. This store was established with a dual purpose. Beyond offering a unique selection of funky and fun clothing, the store provides valuable work-based learning opportunities for individuals with disabilities while also serving as an educational platform for the broader community. This endeavor reflects Megan’s commitment to promoting inclusivity and empowerment for individuals of all abilities. Outside of her professional pursuits, Megan finds joy in spending quality time with her friends, family, and beloved pets. An avid animal lover, food enthusiast, and music fan, Megan embraces a multifaceted approach to life that enriches her perspective and strengthens connections within the community.

Among her clinical experiences, Megan has developed a particular interest in augmentative & alternative communication (AAC) and has provided presentations on this topic to other therapists/individuals in the community. Megan has also assisted patients and families in the funding process to receive a speech-generating device (SGD). Megan has pursued a variety of coursework and training, specifically coursework in Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) with aspirations to become LAMP certified in the future. In addition, Megan is dedicated to developing a neurodiversity-affirming plan of care/goals, ensuring that each individual’s unique needs and strengths are recognized and honored within therapy. We are all different and Megan chooses to celebrate & respect that within her therapy sessions!

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