Marty Anderson, M.A.
Co-Owner
Dyslexia Specialist


Areas of interest:
Dyslexia therapy-multisensory language instruction


​Marty Anderson received her B.S. from The University of Alabama and her M.A. from Auburn University, both in special education. She taught in Shelby County Schools, Lee County Schools, and Auburn City Schools. In the fall of 2003, Marty began working at Cary Woods Elementary School with students with learning disabilities. It was during that time that she became interested in dyslexia, and there was an increasing need for teachers trained in the field which led her to complete the Orton-Gillingham associates level course in 2008. Marty left Auburn City Schools after 10 years in public education to open ALL for Children and now dedicates her time specializing in multisensory academic therapy for children with dyslexia. She serves on the state board of the Alabama branch of the International Dyslexia Association and is an active and founding member in the local Lee County chapter. 

Candace Haney, M.C.D, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVEd
Speech-Language Pathologist

Areas of interest:
Auditory-Verbal Therapy


Candace is a certified and licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with both her Bachelor of Science (1999) and Master of Communication Disorders (2001) from Auburn University.  She earned certification as a Listening and Spoken Language Specialist (LSLS) through the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (AG Bell) Academy for LSLS in 2008.  She has spent the past 14 years working with children with hearing loss, birth through school age, and their families, throughout North Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia, in a variety of settings, including private practice, in-home, public schools, out-patient clinics, and via distance telehealth.  She has shared her passion for teaching spoken language to children with hearing loss, through numerous presentations, workshops and in-services, at the local and national levels, as well as mentored other professionals to LSLS certification.  Candace provides Auditory-Verbal Therapy (AVT) at ALL for Children, as well as post-cochlear implant aural rehabilitation with teenage and adult populations at East Alabama ENT in Opelika. 

MEET OUR THERAPISTS

Beth Oliver, M.C.D., CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVEd®
Co-Owner
Speech-Language Pathologist
Listening and Spoken Language Specialist


Areas of interest:
Auditory-Verbal Therapy
Early language development (including Spanish-speaking children and their families)


Beth Oliver was born in Montgomery, Alabama and received both her B.S. and M.C.D. from Auburn University. Because of her passion for children with hearing loss, Beth became certified in Auditory-Verbal Therapy in 2008. She currently provides auditory-verbal therapy to students with hearing loss in Auburn City Schools, as well as to children from various parts of southeast Alabama and west Georgia. Beth has presented at various conferences and contributed to the publication of 101 FAQ's About Auditory-Verbal Practice (Ed. W. Estabrooks, 2012) as a co-author. She also has a love for working with Spanish-speaking families and provides early-language therapy to these children both in the office and in the home. In addition to these areas, Beth also works with a variety of speech and language disorders.


Shannon Waid, M.C.D., CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT®
Co-Owner
Speech-Language Pathologist
Listening and Spoken Language Specialist
Dyslexia Specialist


Areas of interest:
Auditory-Verbal Therapy
Dyslexia therapy - multisensory language instruction


Shannon Waid was born in Opelika, Alabama and received both her B.S. and M.C.D. from Auburn University. She is specialized in providing Auditory-Verbal Therapy to children with hearing loss. Shannon also works with a variety of speech and language disorders including language-based literacy learning differences. She has worked in a variety of settings for the past 16 years including private practice, Children's Hospital and public school systems.  Shannon has presented at various national and international conferences such as AG Bell and International Auditory-Verbal Conference and contributed to the publication of 101 FAQ's About Auditory-Verbal Practice (Ed. W. Estabrooks, 2012) as a co-author.


ACCEPTING MEDICAID, BCBS, TRICARE

Kelly Cadden, M.C.D., CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist 

Areas of interest:
Augmentative or Alternative Communication


Kelly Cadden was born in Atlanta and received both her B.S. and M.C.D degrees from Auburn University. Kelly serves a variety of populations, from preschoolers with emerging language deficits to high school students with severe communication needs, and everything in between. She specializes in working with children who require augmentative or alternative communication. Her passion is to give every child a voice, no matter the method!

Morgan Leonard, M.S., CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist


Areas of interest:

​Dyslexia therapy - multisensory language instruction
Sensory feeding therapy

Swallowing

Early language



Heather Gotthelf, M.S., CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist

Areas of interest:
Feeding therapy
Behavior management
Autism


Heather Gotthelf was born in Auburn and grew up in Atlanta. She received her B.S. from Auburn University and her M.S. from the University of Montevallo. Heather has worked very closely with occupational therapists, which taught her much about feeding therapy, sensory integration, and behavior strategies. She enjoys working with children affected by autism, Down Syndrome, and other developmental delays. She also has a love for feeding therapy (both behavior based and texture based).

Morgan was born in Fairhope, AL and grew up in Gulf Shores. She and her husband, a teacher at Auburn High School, met at Auburn University. She received her B.S. and M.S. in Communication Disorders from Auburn University. While completing graduate coursework, Morgan received the Christine Walker Magrega fellowship for exceptional promise as a clinical practitioner working with infants and young children. She currently enjoys working with a variety of populations with speech-language disorders. She has a passion for early language intervention, sensory/texture based/oral motor feeding difficulties, swallowing disorders, and multisensory academic therapy for children with dyslexia. Morgan has completed the Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S.) approach to feeding course; a program for assessing and treating children with feeding difficulties and weight/growth problems from birth to 18 years. It integrates posture, sensory, motor, behavioral/learning, medical and nutritional factors to comprehensively evaluate and manage children with feeding/growth problems.