Meet Our Staff
As CSHC we are proud to have highly-qualifed and caring professionals available to meet your communication needs. All Speech and Language Pathologists and Audiologists hold a minimum of a master’s degree in their specialty, are licensed by the state of North Carolina, and hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence issued by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association or American Academy of Audiologists. Our staff functions as a great team but also as a family, helping to provide a positive environment of support and encouragement that also surrounds our clients.
Areas of professional interest: Language and emergent literacy, business development, community relations, and grant acquisition for community initiatives in the areas of speech, language and hearing.
Areas of professional interest: The study and treatment of Spectrum Disorders, Early Intervention, and Fluency Disorders
Areas of professional interest: early intervention, preschool and school age language therapy and dual language development.
Maggie enjoys serving patients of the Center and loves meeting new people. “Helping someone to hear better is so rewarding. It’s a journey we travel together.”
Areas of professional interest: Cara loves working in this field, she finds a true Joy helping others develop better communication skills through child language development. She also enjoys working with children who have autism.
Areas of professional interest: Literacy in therapy activities, early identification and early intervention of autism spectrum disorders, empowering parents to take part in their children’s development, and using augmentative and alternative communication to build language and relationships.
Areas of professional interest: Monica has several areas of professional interest: Infant and toddler development, use of music in speech and language treatment, early diagnosis and treatment for children with Autism.
Theresa grew up in Asheboro, North Carolina. She earned her undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University. After graduation she moved to Ethiopia and taught Elementary English at a school for underprivileged children. Theresa completed her Master’s program in Communication Sciences and Disorders in May of 2012. She has worked both in the schools and in pediatrics, providing home therapy and collaboratively working with Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Service Coordinators. In her spare time, Theresa enjoys being outdoors, traveling, playing tennis, yoga, and cooking.
Area of professional interest: Early intervention, early literacy and literacy development, caregiver education, and preschool and school age language development
Meredith is originally from Atlanta and recently move to Charlotte. She received her B.S. from Texas Christian University in 2001 and her Master of Education in Communication disorders from Valdosta State University in 2003. She has worked in a variety of settings in her Speech Therapy career, spending the last eight years working for the Children’s Hospital in Atlanta. Her clinical experience includes working with children of all ages and needs. Meredith is passionate about helping children to communicate effectively.
During her free time, she enjoys traveling, playing tennis, trying new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends.
Areas of professional interest: early intervention, preschool and school-age speech and language therapy, early diagnosis and treatment for children with Autism, working with parents to enhance language at home, and Apraxia
Areas of professional interest: early identification and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Alternative/Augmentative Communication, early language acquisition and development, and pediatric yoga.