Lauren Zimet, M.S.,CCC/SLP is a speech, language and early communication specialist with 2 decades of professional experience. Lauren works with children who have a wide variety of challenges, ranging from apraxia, autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, deafness and cognitive disabilities, as well as genetic disorders such as Down Syndrome. Whether the goal is increasing communication skills or promoting a child’s ability to eat solid foods or try new textures, she helps children reach their developmental milestones with both a sense of mastery and delight. Over the years, Lauren has incorporated an integrative approach into her practice, drawing heavily from her Neuro-Developmental Training (NDT) background. She has augmented her education by studying nutrition and brain health, developing a holistic perspective to her work with growing children. Lauren’s work has been featured in several books, including The LCP Solution, Baby Love and The Late Talker, as well as magazines such as Parenting and Advance for Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists.
In 2009, Lauren formed the Healthy Foundations Program which focuses on teaching children of all ages and abilities about their brains and bodies to make healthy life choices. Lauren is a co-author of the “Personal Power Tools” curriculum, for self management and social navigation. This curriculum is used by private practitioners and in schools.
Prior to founding Early Insights and The Healthy Foundations Program, in metro Atlanta, Lauren was employed with Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Jersey providing intensive feeding and speech therapy to medically fragile babies. Earlier in her career she worked at Rusk Institute in NYC and in preschool early intervention outreach programs. Lauren received her Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and her Bachelor of Science in Communications from the University of Maryland in College Park, MD. She has a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology (CCC/SLP), is certified in Neuro-Developmental Training (NDT) and is a registered Better Brains for Babies (BBB) trainer.
Lauren is passionate in supporting families on complex journeys, through an integrative approach to development and wellness.
Randi Steuer, M.Ed., CCC/SLP is an ASHA and GSHA certified speech language pathologist. She is the mother of three daughters and enjoys working with young children to help them communicate to the best of their ability. Randi specializes in the assessment and treatment of speech and language disorders. She obtained her Master's Degree in Speech Pathology from Georgia State University in 1996 and has worked in the public school system, Georgia Cyber Academy and private practice. She believes that speech therapy should be fun and uses her own creativity to bring joy and excitement into her work with children, enabling them to feel and do their best!
Jennifer Guerin, M.S., CCC-SLP is a licensed speech-language pathologist who specializes in Augmentative Communication. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders from Auburn University in 2006, and her Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Armstrong Atlantic State University in 2009. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and professional licensure in the states of Georgia and South Carolina. Jennifer has worked as a Speech and Language Pathologist in both the public schools and natural environment serving children with a variety of speech and language challenges. She has training in the Picture Exchange Communication System, Visually Cued Environments, Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol, Putting LAMP to work, AAC Strategies to promote communication, and specialty training with Deaf and Blind protocols
Traci Flome, is a ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist with more than 12 years of professional experience. Traci works with children who have a wide variety of challenges, including auditory processing disorders, autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, language delay, mitochondrial disorder, sensory processing disorders, feeding/oral-motor and speech sound disorders. Traci enjoys collaborating with other professionals in order to establish the best and most individualized therapy program for each unique child she works with. She conducts evaluations as an adjunct member of the Healthy Foundations team.
Emily earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Master of Education Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Georgia State University. She also holds a teaching certificate with the State of Georgia and works with children in a variety of different settings including elementary schools, daycares, and pediatric clinics. Emily has been a part of Camp TheraFUN and Healthy Foundations Summer Camp programs for the past several years. She is an evaluator and therapist with Early Insights and The Healthy Foundations Program.