Savannah Ross

Speech-Language Pathologist
M.S. Clinical Speech-Language Pathology
Northern Arizona University, US
B.S. Communication Disorders and Sciences
University of Oregon, US

Savannah Ross holds an M.S. in clinical speech-language pathology from Northern Arizona University and a B.S. in communication disorders and sciences from the University of Oregon. She is licensed as a speech-language pathologist by the state of Oregon, is a certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), and is trained and certified to provide Lee Silverman Voice Treatment.

Savannah has experience practicing speech-language pathology in a variety of settings, including schools, preschools, hospitals, group homes, and private clinics. As a result, she has worked with a wide range of clients, from toddlers and school-aged children, to adolescents and adults. Her work focuses on supporting clients to develop their expressive and receptive language, social communication skills, cognitive skills, voice and articulation. In her previous position as a clinician at Dynamic Interventions of Arizona, she gained specific expertise in screening and evaluating preschool- and school-aged children. She is highly skilled in observing children within their academic environment to identify their strengths and areas for improvement, and providing direct therapy to individuals and groups. She is committed to providing progress reports, and offering consultations and trainings to parents and teachers.

In her role as a speech-language pathologist at ELG, Savannah provides high-quality, evidence-based, individualized services to children and adults. She teaches clients the skills and strategies needed for improved communication, and collaborates closely with each client’s support team to strengthen the achievement of treatment goals. Savannah enjoys continuously learning new skills and knowledge to apply to her work, and building relationships with new people.

Languages

  • English