Dana E. Gooden-Schroeder and Sheila F. Hansen are co-founders of Language Pathways, Inc. Their love of language and over 20 years of experience working with children inspired them to create tools that provide visual frameworks to enhance language learning. Dana and Sheila are licensed speech-language pathologists who developed collaborative intervention models that focus on curriculum-based language intervention and organizational strategies for classroom success. While supporting students through this therapy model, the visual organizers were developed and have proven to be beneficial tools for use with typically developing students as well as students with identified language learning needs.
Dana and Sheila both practice privately in the St. Louis area.
About Speech Language Learning Systems, Inc.
Speech-language diagnostic and therapeutic services are offered for pre-K through high school. Areas of specialty include content-based speech-language intervention for students experiencing reading, writing, expressive, and organizational difficulties due to speech-language processing concerns, early childhood speech-language delays, motor speech impairments, and autism spectrum disorders. Individual and group programming is available year round including a cognitive behavioral approach for addressing student’s social communication needs related to non-verbal learning disorder, Asperger syndrome and high functioning autism. Summer enrichment services are also offered through our SLLS Meridian Academy which targets instruction to enhance Vocabulary, Reading, Writing, and Social Communication Success!
Contact Dana about services available in Dallas, Texas from Speech Language Learning Systems, North Texas at 636-537-1576 ext 11 or 972-562-6009.
Hansen Speech & Language Services, LLC
Sheila F. Hansen MA, CCC/SLP
9382 Sonora Ave.
St. Louis, Missouri 63144
Tel: (314) 406-8900
About Hansen Speech and Language Services
Comprehensive speech and language evaluations and therapy provided to pre-school children through college students. Language therapy focuses on incorporating classroom curriculum to assist those children experiencing language processing concerns, reading difficulties, verbal and written expression difficulties, and autism spectrum disorders. Speech intervention combines oral motor movements with articulation therapy for a multisensory approach.