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Lead Speech Language Pathologist
Emily Noble serves as Tri-County Therapy’s Speech Language Pathology Lead Therapist. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from South Carolina State University and is an active member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Emily is the Lead Speech Language Pathologist for Tri-County Therapy’s Ladson Office. Emily is Level 1 trained in PROMPT, which is a hands-on tactile-kinesthetic input approach to treating motor speech disorders. Emily has also completed Krisi Brackett’s CAN EAT course, which focuses on a medical, motor, behavioral approach to feeding disorders in children.
Emily has a passion for working with preschool aged children and loves enriching her therapy with literacy based activities. She is trained in Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS) a recipient of the PECS literacy grant (20130-2014). In her spare time, Emily enjoys gardening, cooking, reading, and traveling with her family.
Emily is a PROMPT-Trained Speech Language Pathologist and has completed the Introduction to PROMPT Technique Workshop. The PROMPT technique involves using a tactile-kinesthetic approach that includes touch cues to a patient’s articulators (jaw, tongue, lips) to manually guide them through a targeted word, phrase or sentence.
Emily has also attended continuing education on Tongue Ties & Oral Motor Dysfunction, a course geared toward the understanding of poor tongue function associated with tethered oral tissue and pathologies associated with maxillary lip and lingual frenulum ties.