Alicia Hindman, M.A.,SLP-Intern joined Monkey Mouths in June 2018 as a speech pathology graduate from the University of Kansas. Alicia is completing her Clinical Fellowship year under the supervision of Mary Brezik and Lindsey Hockel. Alicia has training in Apraxia and speech intelligibility techniques with use of the Sound Card System and the Nancy Kaufman Apraxia System. She is also trained in Oral-Myofunctional Techniques with use of OMT Specialty Training by Patricia Gurinskey, M.S., CCC-SLP/OMT. Alicia enjoys providing children with the tools they need to be successful with communication and feeding in order to improve their overall quality of life. Therapy should be fun, engaging and focused on making functional change in the child’s life. In her free time Alicia enjoys travelling, going to the movies, watching Baylor football and KU basketball and spending time with her family, friends and dog.
The quality of service and the progress my child has made are amazing! Trinetta P.; mother to Bane with Down syndrome
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Monkey Mouths is dedicated to alleviating injustice at the local, national and international levels. In addition to regular support of many local charities, beginning May 1, 2011, Monkey Mouths will donate a portion of all income to the International Justice Mission (IJM) IJM is a human rights agency that secures justice for children who are victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression.