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Lori King, MA, CCC/SLP

  • Name and credentials:

    Lori King, MA, CCC/SLP

    Name of business/place of employment:
    Self-Employed

    Employment Type:
    First Steps Early Intervention, Private Practice
  • AREAS OF EXPERTISE

    Credential Level:
    Completed Speech-EZ® Training

    Client Type:
    Pediatrics
  • Location: Indiana

    Phone: 317-694-0685

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    Lori King, MA, CCC/SLP
Biography

Lori King, MA, CCC/SLP, received her BS from Purdue University and her MA from Ball State University. She is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association and the Indiana Speech and Hearing Association.


Lori has spent the majority of her career in early childhood, most of which has been within the First Steps program. Prior to that, Lori was the lead Speech Language Pathologist in a preschool classroom geared towards children with communication delays and also contracted to several local public school systems. Lori strongly believes in continuing education to stay current on the theory, science, and practical application in areas that will allow her clients to achieve maximum progress. She attends many conferences and has been Hanen trained to promote family/caregiver interaction to facilitate more meaningful communication. She has also been trained in the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS).


Lori has experience working with children who present with apraxia, articulation delay, Down Syndrome, sensory processing disorder, receptive and/or expressive language delay, autism spectrum disorder, pervasive development delay, cleft palate and cerebral palsy. Lori is passionate about working closely with parents, caregivers and other professionals to establish appropriate goals and strategies to assist children and their families achieve the most progress. She looks forward to partnering with parents and caregivers and welcomes families to contact her with questions when taking this important step in their child’s journey.