Success Stories

Joshua: Thrown For A Loop

When Joshua first came to the Little Light House, one of his favorite activities was to throw or push away anything placed near his hands. As you can probably imagine, this made presenting a communication device to him a little challenging. So, we put our heads together and decided to make a communication game out of toy...

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LAMP Spotlight: Lynsey Lobdell, M.S., CCC-SLP

Meet Lynsey Lobdell, M.S., CCC-SLP. Lynsey is a speech-language pathologist who specializes in supporting children with complex communication needs using augmentative/alternative communication. Lynsey holds a Bachelor of Science degree in communication sciences and disorders from the University of Arkansas and a Master of...

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Kylee: A Family's Story

Kylee’s Dad It was early 2011 when my wife and I had finally finished the paper work for adoption, and the waiting game was on. I was so anxious and scared that, whenever the phone would ring with an unknown number, my heart would start beating like crazy. Around June 20th, we were driving to Texas for a little...

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Finding His Voice

We had known something was off from early on. Cameron hadn’t achieved most of his first-year milestones on time and as we searched for answers about a diagnosis, we also coordinated a plan to achieve a long list of goals based on where he was at the time. It would take five years before he was officially diagnosed on...

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Implementing LAMP Words For Life: Leesburg, GA

We are Lindsey Giddens and Karen Souter, a Special Education Teacher and an SLP, respectively, at Lee County Elementary School in Leesburg, GA. In March of 2017, we were introduced to the LAMP™ methodology through a training our system set up with our amazing PRC representative, Jennifer Thomas. The focus on core...

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Implementing AAC: A Step-by-Step Process

by Nicole Wingate, Speech-Language Pathologist at Bluffton Harrison Elementary School in Bluffton, IN and Angela Sheets Where We Started It was just a few years ago when I found myself feeling hopeless as an SLP. There were students on my caseload with virtually no functional means to communicate. With ever changing...

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