Denver's Top Speech Language Pathologist Emily O'Sullivan of Summit Pediatric Therapy

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At Summit Pediatric Therapy, we recruit the most highly qualified Speech-Language Pathologists to our team. Each therapist is licensed by the State of Colorado and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

We provide speech-language therapy for children aged birth to 21. Our therapists use a variety of techniques to teach essential skills needed to be confident and successful communicators. Speech-language treatment plans and goals are developed and implemented based on your child’s needs and parent input. Our therapists are experts in creating an environment in which children can feel successful, yet be challenged to develop their individual skills.

Learn More About Emily O'Sullivan, MS, CCC-SLP, CEIS
Emily earned her Bachelor of Arts at Marist College/SUNY New Paltz in New York. She then earned her Master of Science at Emerson College in Boston, MA. She too holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from ASHA. Emily is licensed to practice in Massachusetts and Colorado.

Emily had the unique experience of working with the deaf and hard of hearing population through the Thayer Lindsley Infant-Toddler program and continued to pursue this passion at the Minute Man Arc Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program. She is proficient in Signed Exact English (SEE-2). She was also fortunate enough to work with the New England Fluency Program, an intensive summer program for children who stutter. During her work at Minute Man, Emily also gained more specialized experience in working with children with feeding difficulties, from weaning off g-tubes to sensory-related “picky” eating. Additionally, she worked with families of children with a variety of needs including, but not limited to, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Apraxia of Speech, speech/language delays, cleft palate, Down syndrome and significant needs. She has taught families how to communicate using Alternative and Augmentative Communication as well.

Throughout her work experience, Emily has focused on teaching both parents and their children, because parents are a child’s best teacher! She is certified in the Hanen: It Takes Two to Talk program. She also follows the framework of the DIR: Floortime model. She has worked with families in their home through Early Intervention and Home Care, so she carries this model of home-based intervention with her to the clinic setting.