Caitlin received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders from Auburn University and Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology from Armstrong State University (Georgia Southern). She is a qualified Speech and Language Pathologist holding a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Association (ASHA), and a License in Speech Language Pathology in the State of Georgia.
Caitlin was inspired to become a speech language pathologist by her older sister who is nonverbal and communicates through the use of sign language and a communication device due to her diagnosis of moderate/severe autism. Caitlin’s primary area of expertise is working with children on the autism spectrum, particularly those with limited verbal output and/or challenging behaviors. She is passionate about finding the best fit for each child who is able to benefit from communication devices; she wants every child to have a “voice” so they can communicate with family and friends.
Caitlin loves Auburn football, essentials oils, and exercising. She lives in Cumming with her husband, son (Grayson), and newborn baby girl (Aubrey).