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M.A., CCC-SLP Department Lead
“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders. As a speech pathologist, I have the unique ability to truly influence these children’s lives by helping them connect with their environment. I love showing children the value of communication and teaching parents and caregivers how to be the most effective communication partners possible. It is truly my passion!”
Cameron grew up in the Central Florida area and attended the University of Florida to pursue a degree in speech pathology. She was drawn to the field after volunteering with children who had special needs and communication disorders in high school and after working at a special needs summer camp throughout college. These experiences solidified Cameron’s desire to work exclusively with this population. It wasn’t until an internship in graduate school, that she knew that she wanted to specialize in Autism. This internship was in a state-run group home facility for adults with disabilities, most of whom had Autism. Cameron saw the need for early and intensive therapy, as most of her adult clients had not received such intervention, resulting in very limited functional communication skills and a reduced quality of life. Cameron began her professional career at this facility as a Clinical Fellow and continued to work here for 3 years. She truly enjoyed targeting functional, social, and alternative communication skills in this unique setting. After her husband graduated from the University of Florida, the couple relocated for his career to Richmond, VA. Cameron began working for a contract company, providing therapy throughout Central and Northern Virginia. She worked at a private day school for children with Autism who also had severe behavioral concerns. This was her introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis and integrated speech therapy. She also worked in the public school with the regional Autism program in an elementary school. In these school settings, Cameron really enjoyed collaborating with other therapists and teachers to ensure the communication needs of each student were being met. This fall, Cameron’s husband will begin pursuing his PhD. at the University of Washington, which brings her to Seattle. She is so excited to be a part of the ICAN team and to work closely with families to aid in skill generalization. In her spare time, Cameron enjoys spending time with her Bassett Hound, Dudley, playing team trivia, and watching Gator Football.
M.S., CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist
“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because one day and one moment aren’t the same as the next. It’s incredibly challenging but I never get bored!”
“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because helping a child flourish with skills that they can use for the rest of their life is priceless. Celebrating those moments and achievements when a child reaches a new milestone or does something for the first time is very rewarding for me. I love that I am constantly thinking and tailoring lessons to each child and problem solving in creative ways. I also enjoy building a relationship with each child and their family as they always leave a special place in my heart as they have positively impacted my life forever.”
Presentations: Audio- Enhanced Video-Modeling Program: Effects on Joint Attention in Autism (WSLHA 2011 & ASHA 2011)
Lyndsey grew up in Olympia, WA. She realized early in life that she wanted to pursue a career working with children, and later discovered that she had a passion for the field of speech-language pathology as an undergraduate at Western Washington University (WWU). Lyndsey graduated with her B.A. in Communication, Sciences and Disorders from WWU in June of 2005, and received her M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from WWU in August of 2012. She gained a variety of experience working with children with autism and other speech and language disorders at WWU Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic. She completed her part-time internship in a developmental preschool and middle school setting, and had the unique opportunity to complete her full-time internship at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Downey, CA. Rancho Los Amigos is one of the highest rated rehabilitation hospitals in the nation. She worked in the Acute Stroke Unit and Pediatric Unit. Before graduate school, Lyndsey worked in the field of Speech-Language Pathology for several years as a Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant, and as a conditional SLP in the school setting. She worked as a teaching assistant and substitute lead teacher for children with autism for the F.A.C.E.S organization in Bellingham, WA. Upon graduating with her masters, Lyndsey came to ICAN Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment (LCAN) where she completed her clinical fellowship year and continued working as a speech language pathologist for 2 years. In July of 2014, she took a year off to be with her family. She has relocated to Bellevue and is back at LCAN. Lyndsey has a passion for working with children and enjoys working in a collaborative environment with the therapists, educators, children and families at LCAN. She believes in building a strong patient/family rapport and values educating and supporting the families. She is excited to be a part of not only providing speech-language and feeding therapy individually, but also being the preschool SLP at LCAN and co-treating with other disciplines. Lyndsey loves spending time with her family and friends, traveling to sunny destinations and out of the country, attending sporting events, cheering for her Seattle teams, staying active and being a tourist in her own city.
M.S. CF-SLP CBT Speech Pathology Clinical Fellow/Behavior Technician