Jaimie Monroe, M.A., CCC-SLP
Graduated from The University of Kansas with a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology. She is a certified member of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association with dual speech-language licensures from Nebraska and Iowa. In addition to the above credentials, she also holds a certificate in high and low functioning autism. Jaimie’s clinical experiences include working with individuals of all ages and with a variety of speech and language impairments. She has worked in a wide range of pediatric settings, including clinical environment, home visits and home programs including a birth to 3 program, as a team member and within ABA teams, preschool, elementary and middle school settings. Some of her specialty training's include verbal behavior/VB MAPP, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Social Thinking and Kaufman Speech Apraxia. Jaimie enjoys helping children of all ages improve their communication skills and believes an important part of intervention includes working with parents and caregivers.
Bailey Fulmer, M.S., CCC-SLP
Received a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Nebraska Omaha in 2016. She received her Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Nebraska Omaha in 2018. She received her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) in 2019 and continues to maintain her certification. Bailey holds licensures in both Nebraska and Iowa. Some of Bailey’s advanced training includes verbal behavior/establishing basic skills and Level 1 of Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). Bailey has worked in pediatric settings including schools and early intervention/home based with children who have a variety of diagnoses including Autism Spectrum Disorder, articulation/phonological disorders, developmental delay, and language/learning disorders. She has also worked with adult/geriatric populations in a skilled nursing facility. Bailey enjoys helping children improve their communication skills by providing direct treatment along with collaborating with family and caregivers in the child’s life to allow them to be effective communicators.
Kendra Suiter, MA, CCC-SLP
Kendra is a bilingual speech-language pathologist with pediatric experience ranging from birth to teens with various needs including: articulation, phonology, expressive and receptive language disorders, auditory processing, social pragmatic disorders, fluency/stuttering, English-Language Learners, autism, apraxia, asperger's, cleft-palate, deaf and hard of hearing, emotionally disturbed, and other developmental delays. Kendra earned her BS from Western Illinois University and her MA in Speech Pathology at St. Ambrose University. She has worked in school based and private settings in Los Angeles, Chicago and now resides Omaha. Kendra believes parents play a significant role in the success of their children at school, at home and in the community. Kendra knows the importance of collaboration with other therapists and a child's family in order to achieve significant gains in the quality of life for both the parent and child.
Kayla Peterson, M.S., CCC-SLP
Received a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Science and Disorders from Kansas State University in 2012. She received her Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Kansas State University in 2014. She received her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) in 2015 and continues to maintain her certification. In addition to the above credentials, she also holds a certification in Lee Silverman Voice Treatment. Kayla has worked in several pediatric settings including schools, home visits, and private practice with children who have a variety of diagnoses including autism spectrum disorders, articulation/phonological disorders, apraxia, developmental delay, and language/learning disorders. Kayla strongly believes that functional communication skills are a vital part of each and every child’s life and strives to provide the skills and knowledge in order for children to be most successful in their future.
Hattie Gorman, OTD, OTR/L
Graduated from Creighton University with a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy. Hattie has experience with children of all ages in outpatient and aquatic settings. She has experience with children of all diagnoses and ability levels including Autism, Down syndrome, ADHD, cerebral palsy, Brachial Plexus, and developmental delays. Hattie is certified in Interactive Metronome and Therapeutic Listening. She also has experience with Astronaut Training and Handwriting Without Tears. Hattie enjoys spending her days with kids and making work look like play.
Jill Glover, PT
Graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. She has been practicing Physical Therapy in Omaha and the surrounding area for over 38 years. Although Jill has worked in various settings and with various ages, the majority of her practice has involved pediatric settings and clients. The pediatric settings include; sub-acute rehab with critically involved patients, home health pediatric cases, educationally-based physical therapy in the school setting, and early childhood services. Jill is dedicated to helping children improve their gross motor development with a focus on walking and early developmental tasks, and improving a child's motor strength and confidence in their gross motor skills. Jill has significant experience in pediatric adaptive equipment needs including orthotics and seating systems. She has taken continuing education courses on infant handling, torticollis treatment, orthotic needs, wheelchair fitting, Autism Spectrum, and the application of Neuro-Developmental Treatment strategies.
Jill enjoys working with the child and the parent on achieving the child's overall well-being; improving on their desire and comfort level in participating in motor activities now and through-out their lifetime.