Kim Wasser M.S., CCC-SLP

Kim Wasser, M.S., CCC-SLP joined Monkey Mouths in 2016 during her Clinical Fellowship Year, which and completed her supervision under Erin Bernett M.S., CCC-SLP and Stacey Stewart M.S., CCC-SLP. Kim holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M University , as well as a Master of Science in Communication Disorders from the University of Texas at Dallas.

Prior to joining Monkey Mouths, Kim worked at a home health agency where she was primarily trained in feeding and swallowing therapy for medically fragile children. Kim has also trained in the Sound Card System, PROMPT therapy, Lori Overland Sensory-Motor Feeding Therapy, the Nancy Kaufman Apraxia System, and SOS (Sequential Oral Sensory) approach to feeding therapy. 

Kim believes cultivating a relationship with the child and family is essential for successful therapy and is passionate about helping patients achieve their best possible means of communication.

Kim enjoys traveling, being outdoors, cheering on the Aggies, and spending time with her husband Evan.

 
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Speech-Language Pathologist
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Robyn was not speaking in sentences and saying very few words.  She seemed to come alive once she began hippotherapy.  She loves the horses and it has changed all of our lives.   Debbie... more

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"Tyron began showing signs of frustration when people didn't understand him. I wanted to give him the best possible chance as he got ready to start school. Ms. Lindsey has done that for him. He... more

Ministry

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.