Andrea Flynn, Founder, B.A., SLPA
Andrea attended Arizona State University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. After college she studied and completed the SLPA program and began working in the field.
Andrea has been working with children that have an array of disabilities in a variety of settings which include: home health, clinical, and school settings. She has worked with children, teens, and adults with a variety of diagnoses, which include Autism, cognitive disability, Angelman’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and Down Syndrome to name a few. She also has experience working with kids and teens that have social/emotional and developmental disabilities. Her current interests include Autism/Aspergers, teaching social skills, and incorporating technology into learning.
Lillian Vosa, M.S., CCC-SLP
Lillie received her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Arizona State University and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from New Mexico State University.
Lillie has experience working with children and adults with a range of communication disorders in the schools, rehabilitation settings, and private clinic settings. Within these settings she has worked with individuals with Autism, speech and language delays, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, developmental delays, fluency disorders, and dysphagia. Her current interests include Autism, sensory feeding issues, partnering with parents in the treatment process, and incorporating music and art into therapy.
Melissa Kelley, MT-BC, SLPA
Melissa Kelley is a licensed speech language assistant and board-certified music therapist specializing in children with developmental disabilities. As a speech assistant and music therapist, she has a dynamic approach to providing treatment, which draws from experience in oral motor therapy, functional communication, applied behavior analysis, as well as skills developed while co-treating with speech pathologists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists.
As a music therapist, she is proficient in the use of many instruments. However, she enjoys bringing guitar, African drums, and percussion into her sessions to promote progress in speech, communication, social skills, gross motor development, and oral motor skills. Her skills as a board-cerftified music therapist help provide a fun, dynamic environment through which your child can work on his or her speech goals while having an exciting sensory experience that keeps them attentive throughout the session.
Ricardo Rocha, M.S., CCC-SLP
Ricardo received his Master of Science in Speech Pathology as well as his Bachelor of Arts in Special Education from Arizona State University.
Ricardo’s specialized training and expertise includes, behavior management, communication books, and developing home programs.
Stefanie Meyer, M.S., CCC-SLP
Stefanie received her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Arizona State University and her Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Stefanie has worked with young children and adolescents diagnosed with various communication disorders including: autism, dysphagia, developmental delays, fluency disorders, language disorders, and articulation disorders. Her current interests include autism, sensory feeding issues, and parent education regarding early language development.