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Chloe Smith, MA, MS, CCC-SLP

Ms. Chloe Smith, MA, MS, CCC-SLP, is an early childhood special educator and speech and language pathologist.  In 2012, she received degrees in elementary and early childhood as a double major with a special education endorsement from Western Michigan University.  After graduating, Ms. Smith began to pursue graduate training in Communication Sciences & Disorders at Wayne State University.

Ms. Smith graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 2018 with a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Embracing a lifespan perspective, she has provided inpatient rehabilitation services for both children and adults presenting with brain and spinal cord injury at Rainbow Rehabilitation, as well as outpatient rehabilitation services with the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan.  In addition, Ms. Smith provides speech and language services in both public and charter schools and skilled nursing facilities.

Ms. Smith specializes in language related learning disabilities – referring to a broad spectrum of complex cognitive processes that impact the understanding and use of spoken and written language including:

Ms. Smith is also skilled in clinic-based pediatric speech-language assessment and treatment, focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of:

  • delayed language acquisition,
  • developmental apraxia/apraxia,
  • cognitive communication disorders,
  • articulation disorders,
  • language and/or auditory processing disorders,
  • pragmatic communication disorders,
  • dysarthria,
  • voice disorders,
  • stuttering,
  • aphasia (resulting from stroke or other brain injury or neurological disorders), and ,
  • congenital cranio-facial anomalies, including feeding and swallowing.

For more information about Ms. Smith’s services or to schedule an appointment, please contact our front office.