Abbie Gray Lande, M.S., CCC-SLP

Abbie worked as the Office Assistant for three summers at Pediatric Speech and Language Solutions. During graduate school, Abbie completed several practicum placements working at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, University of Illinois Hospital, and within both a preschool and elementary school. After graduate school, Abbie worked at LEEP Forward, a developmental pediatric therapy clinic and therapeutic preschool in Chicago, Illinois, for two years completing her clinical fellowship year. While working at LEEP Forward, Abbie worked predominately with children with autism spectrum disorder, undergoing several trainings on using the DIR Floortime model with children and families. Abbie then moved back to her hometown of Indianapolis and worked at Smokey Row Elementary in Carmel, IN with children within the preschool program through fifth grade. Abbie is currently working as an outpatient pediatric speech pathologist at Riley Hospital for Children. Abbie has always had a passion for working with children and families to help them reach their fullest potential in order to communicate effectively. Abbie and her husband currently live in Broad Ripple and enjoy spending time with both of their large families, adorable nephews, and their dog Reggie.

 

Educational Background:

- Bachelor of Arts in Speech and Language Pathology from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana in 2013

- Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio in 2015

 

Skills:

- PROMPT (Prompts for Reconstructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) Level One Trained

- Working knowledge and basic trainings in DIR/Floortime therapy

- Trained in Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP)

- Working knowledge of American Sign Language

- Experience in early childhood developmental preschools

 

Populations Served (but not limited to) Children with:

- Apraxia

- Articulation disorder

- Autism Spectrum Disorder

- Attention Deficit Disorder

- Cerebral Palsy

- Cochlear Implants – Auditory Rehabilitation

Developmental Delay

- Down Syndrome

- Hearing Impairment

- Language Processing Disorders

- Learning Disability

- Phonological Processing Disorder

- Social Communication Disorder

- Stuttering

 

Professional Affiliations:

- Indiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ISHA)

- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

- Member of the Indiana Health Professions Bureau

 

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