Joyce Kaveney M.S.,CCC-SLP & Owner
Joyce opened Speak to Me Kids in 2008. Joyce's experience includes working in specialized schools; hospital schools and schools for autism as well as in private practice since 2006. She received her Masters of Science in Speech Pathology at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, which was ranked by the US News & World Report as one of the top ranked graduate programs of its kind nationwide. Joyce's expertise includes working with children birth to 20 years old with a variety of communication disorders. Her training includes the SOS Feeding Program, PROMPT for apraxia, AAC facilitation and communication, social skills therapy both individualized and within groups, and working with children with auditory processing disorders. Joyce maintains strong relationships with a variety of other disciplines such as occupational therapists, behavioral therapists and clinical psychologists.
Jamie Herlich M.A., CCC-SLP
Jamie Herlich, is from Voorhees, New Jersey. She earned her bachelor’s degree in hearing and speech sciences from the University of Maryland in College Park. She also earned her Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Maryland, a top ranked graduate program according to the US News and World Report. Jamie has worked with diverse populations including, but not limited to, autism spectrum disorder, apraxia of speech, fluency disorder, articulation disorder, phonological processing disorder, auditory processing disorder, and receptive and expressive language disorders. Her experience includes public and private school settings, outpatient rehabilitation, as well as private practice.
Amanda Mooney, MS.,CF-SLP
Amanda Mooney is from Mount Laurel, NJ. She graduated summa cum laude from West Chester University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders and minors in Spanish and Linguistics. She earned her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Towson University in Towson, Maryland. Amanda has experience treating pediatric patients in outpatient clinics, public and private schools, and private practice settings. She has worked with a variety of pediatric populations, including autism spectrum disorder, articulation and phonological disorders, social communication disorders, global developmental delays as well as children with rare genetic disorders. Amanda has collaborated with occupational therapists and physical therapists as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide comprehensive care. Using a play-based therapy approach, Amanda motivates children to practice their speech and language skills in a fun and engaging environment.
Marni Gruber, MS.,CCC-SLP
Gina Martino, MS., CCC-SLP
Carly Taglienti, MS, CF-SLP
Carly Taglienti, is from Moorestown, New Jersey. She graduated from Washington and Lee University with a bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience. She earned her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Texas in Dallas, a top ranked graduate program according to the US News and World Report. Carly has experience treating pediatrics in public school settings, outpatient feeding clinics, Early Intervention, and private practice. She has worked with diverse populations including autism spectrum disorder, articulation and phonological disorders, social communication disorders, and sensory/behavioral based feeding disorders. Carly uses a play-based therapy approach to encourage children to improve their speech, language, and feeding skills.