Innovations in Learning offers both evaluation and treatment of speech, language, and communication disorders. These services are provided by licensed Speech Language Pathologists. A diagnostic evaluation is completed to determine your child’s specific communication needs. After the evaluation, and receiving parent input, we develop a treatment plan that includes your child’s specific goals for speech therapy. Goals are monitored and updated depending on client progress and parent report of communication at home. Parent involvement is essential to provide carry-over of learned skills in therapy to the natural environment. Individualized therapy services are provided in the office.
- Basic Functional Language Skills
- Conversation Skills
- Social Skills
- Non-verbal Communication Skills
Allison Hauser MA, CCC-SLP
Allison Hauser MA, CCC-SLP is a nationally certified and state licensed Speech Language Pathologist. She joined the Innovations in Learning team in 2019 and is excited to be here! Alli graduated from Butler University in 2015 with a major in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a minor in Special Education. She then attended Eastern Michigan University from 2015-2017 to obtain her Masters in Speech-Language Pathology. Alli’s practicum experience includes early intervention, private practice, elementary/secondary schools, Aphasia and TBI outpatient clinic. While earning her masters, Alli worked as a line therapist at an ABA clinic in Ann Arbor, MI for 2 years where she developed her love for ABA and children with Autism. Alli previously has worked in the Michigan City Area Schools with the moderate-severe intellectual disability population and was a member of the Autism and Assistive Technology teams. She also currently works PRN in skilled nursing facilities treating dysphagia and adult cognitive communication disorders. Alli has experience with assessment and treatment of the following populations: language disorders, phonological disorders, augmentative and alternative communication, autism spectrum disorders, fluency, childhood apraxia of speech, traumatic brain injury, intellectual disabilities, developmental delay, dysphasia, and more. In her free time, Alli enjoys going to Orange Theory and cheering on the Chicago Blackhawks.