Pam Sherman, SLP, received her Bachelor of Science degree in speech and hearing sciences from Bowling Green State University, and did her post-graduate studies at Western Michigan University. She has worked as a (certified and licensed) public school speech/language pathologist for her entire career.
Pam worked as a full-time speech/language pathologist in the Twinsburg City Schools for twenty years. Prior to that, she was the sole SLP in a K-12 school district in Michigan for 15 years. Her wide-range of experience includes the diagnosis and treatment of communication disorders in children, spanning preschool to high school-aged students. She has worked with a varied caseload including students with articulation, language and fluency disorders, cognitive delays, autism, and multiple disabilities.
Pam began working at The Center for LifeSkills in June, 2010. She finds her work at this welcoming, family-oriented office to be both fun and rewarding. Ms. Sherman believes in a team approach, stressing collaboration with co-workers and parents to aid in the development of individualized, successful treatment programs for all children.