Renee Roy Hill is a speech and language pathologist with more than 19 years of professional experience. Renee is a national and international lecturer and speaker for TalkTools Therapy where she presents one and two day courses on Oral Placement Therapy Techniques, Assessments, Program Plan Development and Apraxia. She is the author of the TalkTools Therapy "Apraxia Kit" and the co-author of "Ice Sticks" and numerous other TalkToolsTherapy Programs. Renee specializes in oral motor, feeding and motor speech disorders of clients with but not limited to the following diagnosis. She is certified as an Orofacial Myologist.
*Childhood Apraxia of Speech
* High Tone
*Cleft Lip / Palate
*Failure to Thrive
*Premature Tongue Thrust
*Sensory-Motor feeding Disorder
*Infant Feeding Difficulties
*Traumatic Brain Injuries
*Adult Onset Apraxia
*Persistant Articulation Disorders to include /s/ and /r/
Shannon McElroy is a speech and language pathologist with 18 years of professional experience. She began her career in the school setting for 7 years in the states of Washington and Tennessee. She started home health services when she moved to Arizona and then followed in the same setting in Texas. She provided home health services in New Braunfels, Texas and surrounding areas for almost 6 years. She then joined a private practice, Crossroads Therapy Clinic, where she currently works with her sister, Renee Roy Hill, also a speech language pathologist.
Shannon specializes in assessments and providing therapy in the areas of Childhood Apraxia of Speech, feeding disorders, and motor speech disorders for children with Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum, Cerebral Palsy and other neuro-muscular disorders. She also works with children with articulation disorders and language disorders. She is certified as an Orofacial Myologist.
Shannon holds a master’s degree from the University of Alabama and has received special training in speech/oral-placement/feeding therapy (Level 4 training with Talk Tools), apraxia, feedng disorders, and PROMPT training.