My name is Ahnalisia Lopez and I am a bilingual speech language pathologist.  I am the mother of 4 children.  Three boys and one girl.  Two of my boys have been identified as Autistic and the other two as gifted and talented.  Needless to say the first diagnosis, my oldest at age 3, was devastating.  He was the reason I chose the path of a speech language pathologist.  I saw the therapist interact with my son and achieve from him communication that I was unable to do.  I then knew this was my calling, this is what I wanted to do.  Help children find their “voice”, because that was my greatest gift, when my Jon-Alec found his “voice”. The second diagnosis, youngest son at age 10, I could see coming just didn’t want to admit it consciously.  Again devastation however better understanding and better plan as to what to do.   Since then I have obtained the certification as an Autism specialist and have worked with children within different ranges of the autism spectrum within a school district for 7 years.  I was part of a multidisciplinary team which diagnosed Autism, intellectual disability, and learning disabilities. Meant for higher factors don’t forget to make a cc cvv dumps are doing this can appropriate today. I have provided therapy to those students with a wide range of ability levels.  I have provided therapy not only through educational settings but also in-home based, rehabilitation clinics, and through telepractice.  I have provided bilingual evaluations and remediation of a variety of disorders/disabilities or delays such as articulation disorders, cognitive impairments or delays, social language or pragmatic disorders, expressive and receptive language impairments or delays, fluency/stuttering, voice disorders, auditory processing disorders, oral motor and feeding issues, and dysphagia (swallowing).

I have a Master’s degree in Communication Disorders and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology.  The initials after my name signify, M.S. (Masters of Science), CCC (Certificate of Clinical Competence) and SLP (Speech Language Pathologist).

The ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech-Language Pathologists (CCC-SLP) is the internationally recognized credential for speech-language pathologists. The demanding journey to achieve this voluntary certification (which includes undergoing a rigorous academic program and supervised clinical experience, passing a national exam, and completing an internship) helps ensure that professionals who provide clinical services in speech-language pathology receive the highest quality preparation and training and engage in continuous education in professional development activities to stay current in the field.