Jenna Miller, SLP works primarily with preschool-age patients who have autism, Down's syndrome, and/or delayed speech. She also specializes in orofacial myofunctional therapy, which helps to improve swallowing and tongue placement. Jenna emphasizes a whole-child approach to care by encouraging play, providing families with supportive resources, and ensuring continuity of support in both school and home environments.
Jenna is particularly passionate about inspiring a sense of fun and wonder in her patients. She developed the Magic Valley's Kids and Rigs event, a community outreach program that allows kids to interact with and explore big machinery like fire trucks, dump trucks, and construction equipment. This event is open to kids throughout the community and provides exciting experiences in a safe environment, especially for children with sensory processing disorders.
Jenna earned a bachelor's degree in communication science disorders and a master's degree in speech language pathology from Idaho State University.
Jenna is originally from Idaho. She and her husband have three daughters. In their free time, they enjoy camping, spending time outdoors, and shopping.