Frances Todd, GDip, CCC-SLP
Frances has a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Durham University, England and received her Graduate Diploma in Speech and Language Therapy in Edinburgh, Scotland. She worked in the pediatric therapy field in the UK for 2 years previous to working in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina where she obtained her ASHA Certificate in Clinical Competence (CCC’s).
She has experience working with children from 6 months to 18 years in various settings including, private practice, elementary, middle and high schools, special needs schools, and community clinics. She previously owned a Baby Sign Language business, and is a trained Baby Sign instructor, where she was involved in training for families and other professionals. Her Speech and Language Therapy training includes, Hanen- “It Takes Two to Talk”, The Lidcombe Stuttering program, Talk Tools- Oral Placement Therapy, Baby Sign Language (ASL), the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), and other AAC systems. She has experience with articulation and phonological disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, receptive and expressive language disorders, pragmatic language disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, fluency disorders, Down syndrome, auditory processing disorders, and intellectual disabilities.
In her free time she is busy with her 2 kittens and 4 children and loves running and being at the beach with family and friends.