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Christina Bennett is the founder and owner of Say It Sow therapy services. She obtained a Bachelor of Science from the University of Alabama A&M University in 2006 and a master’s degree in Speech- Language from the University of Alabama A&M University in 2013. Christina is currently licensed by the Alabama Board of Examiners for Speech Pathologists and Audiologists (ABESPA) and the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA). She has 6 years of experience working as a speech pathologist in both educational and medical settings. Christina Bennet specializes in autism, dysphagia and language impairments resulting from traumatic brain injuries and strokes. Her professional experience includes childhood articulation and phonological impairments, developmental disorders, apraxia, traumatic brain injuries, Parkinson disease, dysarthria, autism, and aphasia.
Christina Bennett- Ceo
Brittany Madden is currently an SLPA for Say it Sow Speech Services. She is currently working on her masters degree to become a full-time SLP with us. Brittany works in all aspects of speech pathology, but her passion is Early intervention. Early Intervention is the services and supports that are available to babies and young children with developmental delays and disabilities and their families.
She works so hard to help her clients overcome their goals. She believes that everyone should have a voice. In her future, she plans to become a traveling speech language pathologist to enhance communication skills and disorders all over the world.
Brittany Madden- SLPA
Shanika is a licensed SLP with Say It Sow. She obtained an undergraduate degree in Communicative Disorders from the University of Alabama in 2015 and a master’s degree in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University (AAMU) in 2017. Shanika is currently licensed by the Alabama Board of Examiners for Speech Pathologists and Audiologists (ABESPA) and the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA). Since graduating Shanika has been afforded the opportunity to work in multiple settings, including skilled nursing and long-term care facilities, acute care, in-patient rehab, school settings, and currently private practice. She has gained a variety of experience with individuals of all ages presenting with various impairments related to articulation disorders, voice, hearing impairments, swallowing disorders, fluency disorders, apraxia, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and so many others.