Hi everyone! My name is Kristine Lamb and I am PreK school-based speech therapist. I am a graduate of Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and Nova Southeastern University. I am totally in love with my job and am constantly trying to stay up-to-date with the latest SLP trends and research. Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoy reading my blog (www.livelovespeech.com) and are able to use the materials, activities, and ideas in your very own speech room! Contact me anytime and check out my Facebook page, LIVE LOVE SPEECH, on Instagram @ live.love.speech, and twitter @livelovespeech.
I absolutely love my job! It is my passion and an extremely important part of my life. I have worked with students from preschool up to highschool. My internships and job experiences have allowed me to work with children under the age of three, people in hospitals/nursing homes, and disabled adults. I have been extremely lucky to have worked with so many professionals over the past few years. I love learning and expanding my experiences. I am always looking to become a better SLP!
I hold a PECS certification and continue to obtain CEUs in technology. I hope to obtain an AT Certificate in the near future!
I graduated from the Richard Stockton College of NJ with a BS in Speech Pathology and Audiology. I then received my MS from Nova Southeastern University.
For the past seven years, I have been working as a Speech and Language Specialist. I have had the privilege to work with students in PreK-12th grade as well as adults and early intervention. I currently work with preschool students and LOVE IT! I am so excited to continue my career and expand my experiences!
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