Ashley McAtee, M.S., CCC-SLP

Ashley McAtee, M.S., CCC-SLP

Speech Language Therapist

After selecting speech-language pathology, I finished my Bachelor Degree and Master Degree at Purdue University. In graduate school, I was exposed to different types of impairments including articulation/ phonological, express and receptive language, social/ pragmatic, and feeding issues. Upon graduating in 2018, I moved to Chicago where I worked in a preschool on the west side for 3 years. During this time, I learned more about developmental delays, early intervention, and play-based therapy. In 2020, I learned to adapt to the happenings of the world and became a “teletherapist” for a year. In 2021, I moved back to the Indianapolis area, where I am from, and accepted a job in an ABA clinic working with children on the autism spectrum. In this position, I learned more about alternative and augmented communication(AAC), analyzing and managing behaviors, facilitating total communication, and child-led therapy.

Taylor Ellison, MA, CCC-SLP

Taylor Ellison, MA, CCC-SLP

Speech Language Therapist

As my junior year of high school began, I was stressed about college applications and wondering what career path I should choose. I had always enjoyed working with children, having spent summers babysitting and working as a camp counselor, but I wasn’t sure how to incorporate those into a career.

Kimbre McWhorter, MA, CCC-SLP

Kimbre McWhorter, MA, CCC-SLP

Speech Language Therapist

What does it mean to you to understand and to be understood? Positive experiences and relationships are built on our ability to effectively express ourselves, understand the expressions of others, and connect in meaningful ways with life and those we share it with.