Meg Pattee, M.S. CCC-SLP
A midwestern gal, Meg received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders from Truman State University, and completed her Master of Science in Speech Pathology with a specialization in literacy from MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, MA. This program is 1 of only 25 in the country (at press) accredited by the International Dyslexia Association with coursework aligning with IDA Knowledge and Practice Standards.
Meg has graduate level training in literacy evaluations, research aligned Orton-Gillingham and multi-sensory based interventions, literacy advocacy, and developmental language disorder (DLD). She has participated in two literacy research labs and has completed two theses in the language-literacy continuum. Meg continues to stay up to date on literacy-related research, advocacy, and continuing education.
Meg works part-time as a Speech Language Pathologist at Seattle Children's Hospital, and part time following an entrepreneurship passion in language and literacy.
In her spare time Meg enjoys painting, developing speech and language materials, hiking the great PNW, and teaching her rescue pup new tricks.
BACHELORS: Truman State University
MASTERS: MGH Institute of Health Professions | Boston MA
SPECIALIZATION: Literacy, Childhood Apraxia of Speech
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ABOUT SEA LION SPEECH
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