Britni Eisler, SLP, received her Master of Arts in Speech and Language Pathology from Cleveland State University. She has been working as a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist in the public school and private practice settings since 2015.
Britni worked in several school districts in the Nashville, Tennessee area serving preschool to middle school-aged children before moving back to the Northeast Ohio area to be closer to family. During her time in Tennessee, she evaluated and diagnosed speech and language impairments and provided subsequent therapy to address those disorders/delays. She has worked with children with varying degrees of need, as well as numerous disabilities including: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Prader-Willi Syndrome, Williams Syndrome, cognitive impairments, chromosomal anomalies, receptive and expressive language disorders, articulation and fluency disorders. She has also worked with clients using various AAC systems. Britni enjoys working as part of a team and using an interdisciplinary approach when appropriate in order to provide a cohesive and consistent treatment plan for clients and their families. She keeps current on new practices and is always eager to learn more in an effort to provide effective therapy.
In her free time, Britni enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children. They love exploring the outdoors, hiking, and swimming. Britni has been working at the Center for Life Skills since January 2020, and enjoys the individualized approach to therapy, as well as the team of clinicians here. She is a passionate therapist who finds helping children and their families communicate and grow to be so rewarding. She looks forward to helping to make a difference in their lives.