Carrie Cook, MA, CCC-SLP
Carrie has had the opportunity to provide speech and language services in a variety of places such as private practices, daycare settings, schools, homes and at a residential center. Carrie recognizes the importance of collaboration with parents and families to build the foundational skills of children. Enriched and effective communication is the goal.
As part of an Early Intervention Program, Carrie collaborated with a team of occupational and physical therapists, as well as nurses and psychologists, to diagnose and treat young children with developmental delays. She has worked with children on the autism spectrum and received training in verbal behavior and the TEACCH Autism Program. She has experience working with children diagnosed with motor speech disorders and has received training in PROMPT, a multidimensional approach to treating speech sound disorders. Carrie has worked with clients to teach and integrate a variety of low-tech and high-tech voice output devices to enhance their communication abilities. Her expertise include working with articulation, phonological disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders.
Carrie received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Science and Disorders in 2004 and Master’s in Speech and Language Pathology in 2006 from Appalachian State University.
In her free time, Carrie enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, going on nature walks, doing Yoga, riding her bike along the greenway trails, reading and writing. She is also a Reiki Master practitioner and teacher and loves being able to provide healing to those in need.