National Speech News
We are thrilled to welcome our newest addition to the National Speech team, Christopher Shaw. Chris will be working at the Capitol Hill location as the Associate Director of Behavioral Services.
In his new position as Associate Director of Behavior Services, Chris will be overseeing our ABA program, including conducting family intake sessions, responding to parent inquiries and concerns and managing the staff and department. He states “I’m very excited to start off my east coast experience by joining the Behavioral team at National Speech/Language. I look forward to helping our agency grow and continue to provide excellent services to our clients and their families.”
Chris comes to National Speech as a Board Certified Behavior Analysis and over 10 years of experience in his field, working with a diversity of children and young adults. If you have concerns about your child, please feel free to speak with or email Chris.
We are also excited to welcome Sharice Lane as our new Clinical Director at the Capitol Hill location. Sharice has worked closely with Keisha and Sabra as the Associate Director over the past several months and has a developed a wide range of knowledge of the operations within the office. In addition, she has provided services as a Speech-Language Pathologist for the last three years at National Speech.
In her new position she will oversee daily operations and make sure things run smoothly. Please feel free to email Sharice regarding inquires dealing with policies and procedures at the office.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
If you are interested in an ABA program in your home or at one of our National Speech locations, please contact our Behavior Department, at the DC office (202) 470-4185.
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National Speech is a family oriented practice specializing in the evaluation and treatment of pediatric speech and language disorders, learning differences and behavioral challenges.