Lindsey received her undergraduate degree from Biola University in Southern California then moved to small town Arkansas where she attended Harding University for her Master’s in Speech Language Pathology. Prior to working at CI, she worked for a neurorehabilitation hospital in Houston in an outpatient setting where she found her passion in working with children with neurodiverse diagnoses. She also holds skills in pediatric feeding disorders and infant bottle feeding. She has been trained in various courses, including Sequential-Oral-Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding, SOS Feeding the 6-16 Month Old Child, and Supporting Oral Feeding in Fragile Infants (SOFFI). Lindsey believes children learn best through play and that we should always meet the child where they are at. She strives to make sure the child’s goals are personal and functional for that specific child and their family. Lindsey has a passion for incorporating neurodiverse affirming approaches into her therapy. She also believes no child is less than, just different. She is very excited to be a part of the CI team! When she is not at work, Lindsey loves exploring outside with her dog Tuff, trying a new type of workout, and playing with her two nephews.