We are a small team of talented professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.
Dr. KristY Davies
Founder / Speech Language Pathologist / AAC Consultant
Kristy is a certified and licensed Speech Language Pathologist with over 10 years of experience in schools, early intervention, and assisting clients privately. She obtained a Master’s degree in Speech Language Hearing Science from LaSalle University and her doctorate in Speech Language Pathology from Nova Southeastern University. She is a Masters level Signing Time instructor and has adjunct taught American Sign Language classes at Rowan College of Burlington County.
Kristy has a strong enthusiasm for sharing her knowledge with others and has presented at venues such as the Pennsylvania Speech-Language and Hearing Convention, Pittsburgh AAC Language Seminar Series 2015 & 2017, ATIA 2016 and Closing the Gap 2017. She continues to this day to present at various local and national conferences/conventions and workshops.
Kristy is also Hanen certified and a LAMP professional and continues to seek out various professional development opportunities gaining a large knowledge base in Deafness, Cortical Vision Impairment, autism, and alternative access using AAC.
In her spare time, she loves bike rides with her family of five, finding new adventures and doing yoga.
Co-Owner / Speech Language Pathologist / AAC Consultant
Rachel earned her Bachelor’s degree in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology from Bloomsburg University and her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. After graduation, Rachel volunteered in Haiti where she worked with children with developmental disabilities and adults with traumatic brain injuries and strokes in an outpatient setting. She has her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and currently holds a speech-language pathology license in New Jersey. Before joining Speech Language Associates, Rachel worked in public and private education for 3 years, specializing in children with complex communication needs. She has experience working with children and adults who have various diagnoses, including but not limited to: Autism, hearing loss, learning impairments, cognitive impairments, and neurological impairments. She eagerly keeps abreast of the latest advances in AAC and has attended numerous seminars in the areas of Augmentative and Alternative Communication and hearing loss. Additionally, she has presented on AAC parent training support for families to help implement communication devices in their homes locally and nationally at conferences such as Closing the Gap. Rachel’s education and experiences help her to deliver the most positive outcomes possible for her clients.
Outside of work, Rachel volunteers with Small Steps in Speech as a committee member. You will also find Rachel, her husband, and their baby girl going on walks with their Alaskan Malamute, biking, kayaking, exploring, and working out together at CrossFit.
Speech Language Pathologist
Nicole earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Special Education, as well as her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Seton Hall University. She is an ASHA (American Speech-Language Hearing Association) certified and New Jersey licensed speech language pathologist who specializes in Augmentative Alternative Communication. Nicole has a passion for working with children and loves being able to give those in need a voice through AAC. Nicole enjoys working with children and adolescence targeting their needs in articulation, expressive language, receptive language, and overall communication skills. Nicole has been trained in Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) approach and Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). She is well versed in the use of various augmentative and alternative communication devices (e.g. Saltillo NovaChat, Prentke Romich Company Accent, PRC PriO, and iPad based applications such as Proloquo2Go, GoTalkNow, LAMP Words for Life, Speak For Yourself, TouchChat WordPower.
Speech Language Pathologist
Brie earned her bachelor’s degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology with a minor focus in behavioral neuroscience, as well as her master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Stockton University. She is an ASHA (American Speech-Language Hearing Association) certified and New Jersey licensed speech language pathologist.
Brie has had the pleasure of working with people of all ages across multiple settings. She has enjoyed working with adults and children in both educational and medical inpatient/outpatient facilities, as well as the home setting. Brie has experience diagnosing and treating pediatric feeding aversions, receptive/expressive and pragmatic language disorders, cognitive disorders, articulation and phonological processing disorders and dysphagia (impaired swallowing) in pre-school children, school-aged children, adults and geriatrics with a variety of diagnoses and includes clients using Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC).
Brie is certified in the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) approach and has completed the Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) course as well. Brie is passionate about learning and continues to challenge herself by attending continuing education courses to remain current in the latest therapy techniques.
Brie spends most of her free time with her family and friends. She and her husband share three children and a passion for the “all or nothing.” Their weekends are usually a major production of new experiences, get-togethers and travel or simply doing nothing at home.
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Speech Language Pathologist
Erin earned her Bachelor’s of Art degree in Speech Correction at Kean University in New Jersey and her Master’s of Arts in Language Communication Sciences at the College of New Jersey. She has her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, and is a licensed speech language pathologist in the State of New Jersey.
Erin has a wide array of experience including working in public schools, special needs schools, early intervention, outpatient clinics and home care. In all of these settings, Erin enjoys working with children and their families to find fun yet effective ways to successfully increase communication.
When Erin is not working she loves going to the beach and spending time with her husband and four children. She leads her church’s youth group and enjoys finding ways to encourage the children to give back to the community.
Communication Aide / ASL Tutor
DanaBeth graduated Rowan University in 2019 and now has a growing specialism in Deaf and hard of hearing education. DanaBeth became interested in specialism when she found she had a passion for both sign language and teaching and is now passionate about helping clients to achieve social, educational, and personal goals. DanaBeth is a deeply passionate and outgoing young woman who loves to help others and enjoys life to the fullest.
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Dr. Tiffany Berth
Dr. Berth has been in the hearing industry for over 18 years. Being a local South Jersey native growing up in Camden County she received all of her education right here in the state of New Jersey starting at Richard Stockton University in Pomona with her Bachelor’s degree of Science in Communication Disorders and ending at Montclair State University in Montclair with her Doctorate of Science in Audiology. She was awarded a fellowship with the VA hospital in 2004, received her Certificate of Clinical Competence in 2006, is a member of: American Academy of Audiology, Academy of Doctors of Audiology, NJ Hearing Health Professional, is a licensed Audiologist and Hearing aid Dispenser. She specializes in the Hearing system and overcoming the natural and unnatural breakdowns that happens to our hearing system at birth, due to aging or environmental conditions.
Dr. Berth has been part of the teaching facility of Stockton University and The Graduate Center @ CUNY University, a board member and soccer coach for The Sports Unity Program for 7years, which provides opportunities to children with varying disabilities to play in organized sports in Marlton NJ, a volunteer for The Special Olympics, an avid soccer fan and supporter of The Philadelphia Union, all the while being a wife and mom of three beautiful children. “My core values are and will always be focused on my patients being knowledgeable and empowered with making the best choice and investment for their listening lifestyle needs. It’s not every day that someone gets to get up every morning and wonder, “how many people do I get to help today?” I am one of those lucky ones that get to and LOVE what I do.”—-Dr. Berth. and Hearing Association, and is a licensed speech language pathologist in the State of New Jersey.
Speech Language Pathologist
Grace earned her bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Science from the University of Delaware, and recently received her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from La Salle University.
She is currently working toward completing her Clinical Fellowship and gaining more experience working with a wide range of communication needs. Grace has had the pleasure of working with children with a variety of diagnoses in the areas of Autism, hearing loss, receptive/expressive language disorders, articulation, and phonological impairments, as well as clients using Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC). She has a special interest in working with children with complex speech and language needs to help support functional and successful communication through AAC. Additionally, Grace has experience working in research investigating pediatric acquisition and use of language and hopes to further her involvement in research in the field.
In her free time, you can find Grace volunteering at a local animal shelter, playing with her two dogs, and hanging out at the beach with friends and family.
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