Angela Keila (Clinical Director) graduated with a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant, MI.
Angela is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association and is ASHA special interest groups affiliate for Fluency Disorders, Language Learning and Education, Neurogenic Communication Disorders, and Dysphagia.
As a clinician, Angela has worked in a variety of settings including home health, skilled nursing, early intervention, schools, and private therapy.
Her experience has included assessment and treatment of individuals with a variety of communication disorders including expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation/ phonological disorders, disorders in social aspects of communication, ASD, down syndrome, feeding/swallowing disorders, cochlear implants, hearing loss, stuttering, aphasia, dementia, dysphagia, TBI, and Parkinson’s.
Angela enjoys continuing her education to assure she is using the most recent and effective evidence based practices with her patients.
She prides herself on being creative and making therapy fun, functional, and individualized.