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Trisha R. Riddle, M.A. CCC/SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

Have you ever found yourself daydreaming of owning your own business? Well here I am making the plunge! You are looking at a company created out of the passions of a single Speech Language Pathologist finally ready to redefine what quality healthcare means in a world that often puts it too far from the top of the list.

I am a Speech Language Pathologist by day, and a writer by night. I find inspiration in most aspects of life, with a huge emphasis on what I do for a living. If you're interested in my professional journey, scroll on down to the bottom of the page for the highlights. I am going to venture to guess, however, that the real reason you are here is because you are looking for the right someone to help with your speech therapy needs. I hope I am it!

It is most important to me to provide individualized functional speech therapy services. I do not carry the belief that one size fits all and I hope that is well reflected in the therapy I provide. Let’s begin this journey together and design a therapy plan that is not only practical, but effective. Let’s always remain curious, learn from one another and make progress together!

Professional Experience

My professional journey has been no ordinary ride. I practice the belief that the best learning for a person, both professionally and personally, comes from the challenges we set before ourselves. Whether it be the challenges I faced designing, implementing and presenting my own research study as an undergraduate student, to those I have faced with every change in my career since. I stand as a professional decorated with an assortment of skills and a variety of experiences.

While I am originally from Michigan, I begin my career in Colorado working with adults in a variety of settings including nursing home facilities, memory care units and short-term acute care facilities. While I loved working with the adult population, I quickly began to realize that I missed the spark that often came from working with children. Once that realization hit, I began working for a pediatric outpatient clinic and really began to fall in love with my career.

About a year later, I happened to stumble upon a new opportunity that offered the chance to advance my professional career in unique ways. I accepted a position at a hospital in Wisconsin where I became the Primary Lead Diagnostic Clinician for the Pediatrics Specialties department. I worked with a variety of professionals from various disciplines and backgrounds as a member of many multidisciplinary diagnostic clinic teams including Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic, Autism Clinic, Neurodevelopment Clinic and Learning Development Clinic. As a part of these clinics, I developed a certain proclivity toward working with populations impacted by social pragmatic language disorders, cluttering disorders, craniofacial anomalies and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder. This hospital was where I learned the true significance of what great collaboration really looks like within a company and the many benefits that can come from it. My colleagues became like family and I continually learning and growing from them and the things they taught me to this day. 

I then made the move back to Michigan where I accepted a position at a school. While I will always consider myself a Husky at heart, I felt that I was ready to finally open the doors to the clinic I always said I would. I have knowledge formed from a diverse set of experiences, an undeniable passion for what I do and longstanding connections with various professionals in my few pockets around the United States.

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