Our Team Members

Anna Wise, MS, CCC-SLP

Anna Wise, MS, CCC-SLP, attended Mississippi State University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education in 2009. Upon graduating, Anna began her career as special education teacher in Highland Park ISD, where she worked with children with autism, learning differences, and/or an emotional disturbance. During her time as a special education teacher, Anna realized the importance of social communication and her desire to help children communicate. Anna returned to school at the University of North Texas where she earned a Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology. In addition to her teaching experience, Anna has provided speech-language therapy services to children targeting social communication, articulation, and early childhood language.

 

Anna has been married for 6 years and has a new daughter, Amzie. She enjoys spending time with her family, including their 2 dogs, Bell and Henry, and loves to cook.

Rachel Ledbetter, BS, SLP-A

Rachel Ledbetter, BS, SLP-A, attended Texas Christian University and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Science and Disorders, with a minor in Child Development. Rachel is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Communication Disorders degree from the University of Texas at Dallas-Callier Center for Communication Disorders, expecting to graduate in December 2017. Rachel is a certified Speech-Language Pathology-Assistant, working under director, Michelle McFarlin. Rachel’s experience started in high school, shadowing a Louisiana local Speech-Language Pathologist each summer. She has experience working with children ranging from birth to middle school, particularly with individuals with limited expressive language and special needs. Rachel is knowledgeable in the area of augmentative and alternative communication in a variety of modalities to enhance communication skills. She has a passion for helping families and children develop a unique plan to enhance communication and social development in their everyday lives. She has provided services in various settings including university clinics, classrooms for children with severe communication delays, public school system, early childhood camps and private practice.