Parents are children's first and most important educators and as such, play a critical role in any intervention. Strong language interactions are as crucial to brain development and academic success as healthy food is for physical growth. Infants, toddlers and young children should NOT require a diagnosis to receive the benefits of the vast knowledge available to help them achieve their personal best. Interventions should be applied early, often, and in natural contexts.
Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist
All children should have access to effective instruction in reading and writing. Language Lab seeks to bridge the gap in literacy achievement by providing evidence based prevention and intervention strategies in an interactive environment. We seek to involve parents and caregivers in the process to allow maximum success in carry over of skills to school based and life activities.
Tricia Lowther received her master's in Speech Language Pathology from Hofstra University in New York. She holds the Certificate in Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and is licensed in Georgia as a Speech-Language Pathologist. She worked in early intervention, clinical and public education for over 25 years. She is bringing her skills and experience to all parents in a natural setting in an effort to prevent many of the problems that a "wait and see" attitude can create.