Jessica Kramer, MS-CCC,SLP
Hello! I am originally from Appleton, Wisconsin. I attended St. Cloud State University where I received both my Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, with a minor in Psychology. I am very excited to be back in the area and give back to the community I grew up in!
I aspire to support both my clients and their families to reach their goals of becoming effective and functional communicators in a safe, inclusive, and positive environment. My assessment and intervention plans utilize and are based on evidence-based practices, foundational knowledge, clinical expertise and ultimately what works best for each child. Each assessment and intervention plan is individualized to the client’s current skills, incorporating personal interests, while building on a foundation of strong rapport. Intervention plans include collaboration with other professionals and family members, which is an essential aspect of providing the most effective intervention. Speech language pathology is an ever-evolving field; I am always incorporating new research and knowledge into my clinical practice.
My passions include childhood apraxia of speech, speech sound disorders, and feeding therapy. I have received professional continuing education in feeding and swallowing disorders in infancy, the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) feeding approach, and have knowledge in tethered oral tissue (TOTS), Beckman Oral Motor Assessment and Treatment, PROMPT, use of augmentative and alternative communication, and natural languge acquisition.
I look forward to working with you and your child!