Meet April, M.S., CCC-SLP is a dynamic clinician who does mobile FEES and pitches in with sales and marketing for CSP. When driving to and fro to provide the best care to patients around the Sunshine State, April can be found listening to the podcast The Joe Rogan Experience. When she isn’t putting in the miles for her patients, this mom of two enjoys running, exercising, and coaching soccer. A graduate of the University of Florida, April has been a medical SLP for over 10 years and has completed thousands of FEES!

Why do you love working for CSP?  I love the variety of my job, meeting so many different SLPs and patients makes every day new and exciting. I love being able to collaborate with SLPs to formulate a treatment plan that best suits each individual patient based on our FEES results. I also love the challenge of working through really complex cases and coming to a solution that the patient and the therapist feel great about!

Meet Laura, M.S., CCC SLP a graduate of Auburn University and Valdosta State University where she found a passion for dysphagia diagnostics and intervention. Laura has been a medical SLP for over 9 years and estimates she has completed around 8,000 FEES! When battling the traffic around Atlanta, she is usually listening to the podcast Sword and Stone. In her downtime, she can be found snuggling with her dog, Carl, watching Schitt’s Creek, traveling the world, hiking, or volunteering for animal rescues.

Why do you love working for CSP? I love working for CSP because of their strong focus on evidence based practice, clinical excellence, and patient care.

Meet Wynne, M.S., CCC-SLP is our Alabama-based SLP who has worked as a medical SLP for over 13 years! A graduate of Northern Iowa University, this former bus-driver turned mobile FEES provider has performed thousands of FEES to date. When cruising the panhandle to provide top-notch care to patients, she is likely listening to My Favorite Murder or Smartless. Her hobbies include crochet, needlepoint, and participating in a fantasy golf league with her dad, though prior to the pandemic she was an avid traveler.

Why do you love working for CSP?  I love working for CSP because this is a company that is ethical, professional, considerate and caring in terms of both its employees and the population it serves.  It’s great to get to go to so many different places and hopefully make someone’s day better.  Each day at CSP is a learning opportunity and it’s my privilege to work with some of the smartest and kindest people I’ve ever met.

Meet Natalie, M.S., CCC-SLP our Sales Specialist for Georgia and South Carolina. She has worked as a medical SLP for about 10 years after graduating from the University of Georgia. When on the road, she is typically listening to Stuff You Should Know or Swallow Your Pride. Her hobbies include yoga, cooking, snuggling with her cat and traveling. In fact, Natalie has traveled to 19 countries including a medical mission trip to Haiti.

Why do you love working for CSP?  We get to make a difference in patients’ lives from all walks of life; we improve quality of life following perhaps the worst event in someone’s lifetime. Our company works together as a team to provide evidence-based care with genuine kindness and compassion every day!

Meet Tracy, M.Ed, CCC-SLP, a Georgia-based SLP who has worked as a medical SLP for over 20 years! A graduate of Valdosta State University, Tracy’s professional passion (besides doing thousands of FEES) is working with the trach and vent population. During her windshield time, Tracy listens to the podcasts, Up and Vanished and her hobbies include baking with her kiddos, kayaking and racking up miles on her Peloton bike

Why do you love working for CSP? Working for CSP gives me the ability to reach an underserved population that would otherwise have no access to instrumental assessments.