Meghan Parson, CCC-SLP

Meghan Parson

I am a CCC-SLP and received both my undergraduate and graduate degrees from West Virginia University. After receiving my master's degree, I moved cross-county to Denver, Colorado where I currently reside. I've spent the last 5 years working in the home-health setting with both the pediatric and adult population. Although I've worked with a wide-variety of populations, I have extensive experience with Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC), pediatric feeding, and social-communication therapies. In 2018, I had my research published in The Cleft-Palate and Craniofacial Journal.

More about Meghan: I am an avid skier and hiker, which is what encouraged me to move to Colorado! During my free time you will find my husband, dog, and I somewhere in the mountains!

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Specialties

Social Skills

Receptive Language Disorder

Expressive Language Disorders

Swallowing disorders

Phonological and Articulation Disorders

Motor Speech Disorders

Fluency Disorders

Ages

Pre-School

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

College

Adult

Languages

English

About

Meghan

What was your path to becoming a provider?

I received my undergraduate and master's degrees from West Virginia University in 2015 and 2017, respectively. After this, I moved to Denver, Colorado where I completed my clinical fellowship year working as a home health therapist focusing on alternative and augmentative communication (AAC). After a few years under my belt, I became a pediatric home health provider working with kids aged birth-21 with a variety of different diagnoses and needs!

Why are you passionate about helping students with learning differences?

One thing I love about being a speech therapist, is your impact goes farther than just the therapy room. Seeing the small day to day changes my students makes in the home, in the classroom, and in the community is always so rewarding!

What advice would you give to a family who is on the fence about signing up for a learning assessment (or counseling/therapy)?

I would always encourage families to keep an open and optimistic mind-set about obtaining supports! The sooner you take the leap, the sooner you and your family will see the progress and confidence grow in your loved one!

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