Megan Drossel, MS, CCC-SLP works with patients from infancy through adolescence. She helps children in the areas of articulation, phonological disorders, language, fluency, autism spectrum disorder, developmental disorders, and social communication. Her passion from a young age has been working with children, and she strives to keep her interactions positive and encouraging for both kids and their families. She uses play-based therapy to find what motivates children while keeping skill building fun and interesting for them.
Megan is originally from California. She earned her bachelor's degree in communication sciences and disorders and her master's degree in speech-language pathology, both from the University of Utah. In her free time, she loves spending time with her friends and family enjoying outdoor activities, like skiing, biking, hiking, and camping.
Stefanie Glaspell, MS, CCC-SLP is a licensed speech-language pathologist and is nationally certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). She has extensive experience across a variety of settings working with children, adolescents, and adults.
Stefanie has spent the majority of her professional career providing diagnostic and therapeutic intervention with the elementary school population from preschool through fifth grade in the areas of articulation, phonological disorders, language, fluency, autism spectrum disorder, developmental disorders, and social communication. She has a passion for helping children to communicate effectively and providing support and training to families and caregivers.
Stefanie earned her master's degree in communicative disorders from California State University, Northridge. In her free time, she enjoys reading, spending time outdoors cycling and hiking with her husband, and playing with her puppy.
Morgan Kilgore, PT, DPT is passionate about providing play-based physical therapy for children of all ages and abilities. She has experience working in both schools and outpatient pediatrics. Morgan enjoys learning about each child’s passions to help make therapy more fun and meaningful. She has received additional training in idiopathic toe walking, torticollis, orthotics, developmental delay, and pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction.
One of her favorite quotes is by Walt Disney – “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”
Morgan earned her bachelor’s degree in pre-physical therapy from Northwest Nazarene University and her doctorate of physical therapy from George Fox University. Outside of work, she enjoys all things outdoors including camping, hiking, paddleboarding, and biking with her family and dog.
Rachel Strauss, MOT, OTR/L loves working with children of all ages and has special interest in working with neurological diagnoses, oculomotor and visual perceptual skills, autism and feeding. She enjoys using a play-based approach and working closely with the family to help the child reach their goals.
Rachel earned her master’s degree of occupational therapy at the University of Mary. She grew up in Montana and has called Idaho home for several years, and in her free time, loves to explore the outdoors and spend time with her husband, friends, and family.
Favorite Therapy Toy: Scooter Board
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