Sarah Walker, MSLP, CCC-SLP
Sarah received an undergraduate degree from Duquesne University in 2000 in the field of health sciences, then continued on at Duquesne to receive a Master of Speech Language Pathology in 2001. Since that time, she has worked with children across a variety of settings including: clinic, hospital and home/daycare. A love for providing early intervention and family centered services in the home began in 2004 and remains ongoing.
With over 20 years of experience, she has previously worked as part of the inpatient and outpatient multi-disciplinary feeding team performing evaluations, treatment, and Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBSS) at A.I.dupont Hospital for Children.
She has experience with a multitude of disabilities including: Down Syndrome, oral motor/feeding delays, cleft lip/palate, Apraxia of Speech, as well as articulation and language delays, and hearing impairment, which may require the use of basic sign language. Sarah is also very comfortable with children who have complex medical needs and may require nursing in their home, specifically ng/g-tube dependency and/or tracheotomy.
Sarah is passionate about offering children services that support them within their daily routine as well as allows them to achieve their greatest potential alongside their family, caregivers, and peers.