Lindsay is a graduate of North Carolina Central University where she received her Masters of Science in Communication Disorders. Prior to being a Speech Language Pathologist, she received her first Bachelors from San Diego State University in Liberal Studies. Soon after graduating, she moved to Shanghai, China where she was an Elementary School English teacher. This is where she grew a love for working with children and a passion to help them communicate. After working as an SLPA in California, she moved to North Carolina to pursue Communication Disorders. Throughout graduate school, Lindsay’s therapy experience consisted of working with infants through geriatrics in private practices, in-home, schools, and hospitals. She is trained in treatment of articulation and phonological disorders, receptive and expressive language delays, fluency, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Aphasia, swallowing disorders, Down Syndrome, social language communication skills, and developmental delays. Lindsay’s most recent experience comes from working at The Virginia Institute of Autism where she grew in the areas of selecting and implementing adaptive and augmentative communication for children and teenagers with mild to severe Autism.