Stacey Stewart M.S., CCC-SLP has been working as a speech pathologist for over 18 years. Her management experience includes serving as a new employee mentor, intern supervisor, and Clinical Fellow supervisor at Cook Children’s Medical Center, and a student intern mentor at Medical Center of Lewisville. In addition, prior to coming to Monkey Mouths, Stacey acted as assistant supervisor at a private practice for children with autism while providing direct, inclusive speech therapy services. She has managed the Monkey Mouths Flower Mound/Coppell clinic location for the last 2 years while providing direct speech therapy services, as well as worked with Monkey Mouths for the last 7 years. In terms of language evaluation and treatment experience, Stacey's autism background includes training from Vincent Carbone PhD, BCBA, Mark Sundburg PhD, BCBA, Tamara Kasper M.S., CCC-SLP/BCBA and Patrick McGreevy PhD, BCBA. In addition to Stacey's strong language background, she has also worked with adult and child oral-motor, swallowing, and feeding disorders with training by Rona Alexander PhD, CCC-SLP, Jeri Logemann PhD, CCC-SLP, Pam Marshalla, M.A., CCC-SLP, Deborah Beckman, M.S., CCC-SLP and Renee Roy-Hill M.S., CCC-SLP with Talk Tools. She has completed evaluations and provided treatment for patients with feeding and swallowing disorders through bedside evaluations and Modified Barium Swallow Studies for children and adults for Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, Medical Center of Lewisville, and Exempla Lutheran Medical Center in Arvada, Colorado. She is also certified in the S.O.S. (Sequential Oral Sensory) Feeding Therapy program. In terms of voice evaluation and treatment, Stacey is trained in Vocal Cord Dysfunction evaluation and treatment and is experienced in evaluation and treatment of children with Velopharyngeal Insufficiency related to cleft lip and palate and other disorders. She is also raising a child of her own who was born with cleft lip and palate. In addition, she has experience with Passy-Muir tolerance for children with tracheostomy. In order to better serve patients with articulation disorders and apraxia, Stacey has trained in the Sound Card System, PROMPT and the Kaufman Apraxia System. Stacey feels that creating a loving and nurturing therapeutic environment for the child with an open line of communication between the clinician and the child's parent is vital to successful treatment. Stacey enjoys reading, writing, and spending time with her husband, Jeff, and their two sons.
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