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Speech-Language Pathologists specialize in assessing, diagnosing, and treating speech and language. Speech-language therapy focuses on making progress toward individual goals developed in collaboration with the client’s family and is highly individualized to provide the best possible care and effective outcomes.

At Pediatric Speech & Language Solutions, we provide optimal therapy services that stimulate receptive and expressive language, articulation, fluency, and social pragmatic skills.
Multi-modality tools are utilized to increase success and independence in communication with the intent to help your child communicate their daily wants and needs.

Why Choose Us

Personalized to your child – we offer the following based on your needs:

  • Speech and Language therapy session planning to meet each child’s individual goals and objectives
  • Looking at the whole picture of a child each time he or she is seen, and taking notice of any new areas of weakness that need to be evaluated and/or targeted
  • Educating parents on their rights for their child(ren) in local school systems
  • Assisting with creating appropriate services for children receiving speech and language therapy through public or private schools
  • Attending Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings upon request
  • The setting, modifying, and adjusting goals based on data taken during each therapy session
  • Actively listening to parent’s concerns about their child(ren)
  • Genuine interest in the children and their families
  • Willingness to collaborate with any other professionals that
    are working with the child being treated (with parent permission) such as Psychologists, School Teachers, Childcare Providers, Pediatricians, School Speech, and Language Pathologists, etc.

Meet Our Team


Our team is dedicated to providing expertise in speech and language therapy. We offer collaboration with experts across all professionals and settings. Our experienced speech pathologists have received training from top speech pathology graduate programs, and hold their certificates of clinical competency (CCC) from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association, a nationally recognized level of excellence in the field. We are dedicated to the success of your child.

Jaime Miller, M.A., CCC-SLP

Jaime

Jaime worked for four years in an elementary school with preschool through fifth grade students doing group, individual, and classroom therapy sessions. Following her work in the Carmel Clay School System, Jaime worked in a pediatric private practice for four years. She conducted individual therapy sessions in her office, and was a Speech and Language Pathologist in the First Steps program for two years. Jaime has completed PROMPT(Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) Level One. Jaime loves working with children and families to help them communicate successfully. Jaime was born and raised in Carmel, Indiana and is a graduate of Carmel High School. After completing her Masters Degree in Speech and Language Pathology, Jaime returned to Carmel to work and to raise her two boys with her husband.

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Nancy Grenda, M.A., CCC-SLP

Nancy

Nancy is currently a Speech Pathologist for children preschool-4th grade in the Westfield Washington School District and provided First Steps therapy. Prior to her work at Westfield Washington School District, Nancy worked for IU North in Carmel, Indiana for five years. She treated pediatric and adults with varies speech disorders such as stroke, dysphagia, head and neck cancer, apraxia, speech and language disorders. She also has experience working for a home health company, Tendercare providing in home services to both pediatric and adult patients. Services included swallowing issues, speech and language delays, and AAC. Throughout her career, she assessed and treated children with deficits in language, feeding, swallowing, articulation, apraxia and fluency. She has worked with various diagnoses, including Down syndrome, cleft lip and palate, dysphagia, apraxia, autism, and developmental delays. Nancy was born and raised in Olney, Illinois. She moved to Indiana in 1999. Nancy currently resides in Westfield with her husband and five children.

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Jen Menzel, M.S., CCC-SLP

Jen

Jen worked for nine years with children at Sacred Heart/Columbia St. Mary’s, treating speech and language disorders in clinic and home settings. Jen has provided First Steps therapy since 2005, and is currently a Speech Pathologist for children preschool-4th grade in the Westfield Washington School District. Throughout her career, she assessed and treated children with defecits in language, feeding, swalling, articulation, and fluency. She worked with various diagnoses, including Down Syndrome, cleft lip and palate, dysphagia, apraxia, autism, and developmental delays. Jen loves working with children and says her passion is helping families help their children learn to communicate successfully. Jen was born and raised in Hartland, Wisconsin. She moved to Indiana in 2005. Jen currently resides in Westfield with her husband and two children.

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Brady Albrecht, M.A., CCC-SLP

Brady

Brady has worked in the Westfield Washington School District with students grades PreK-4 as well as in their cross-categorical program since 2017. Throughout her career, she has assessed and treated children with various diagnoses, including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, cleft lip and palate, hearing impairments, language disorders, articulation disorders, and developmental delays. Brady has volunteered as a supervisor for the Butler Aphasia Community since 2017. Brady is passionate about helping children find their voice in the best way for each individual child. Brady was born and raised in Carmel, Indiana is a graduate of Carmel High School, and is a new mom who currently resides in Noblesville with her husband, daughter, and dog.

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Lora Dodson, M.A., CCC-SLP

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Lora worked for six years in Carmel Clay schools primarily at the middle school level and secondarily at the elementary level. Lora provided individual, group, and classroom therapy sessions. She has experience in helping children with articulation, language, fluency, and social communication skills. Lora loves working with and encouraging children and their families to help each child reach their full potential with their daily communication. Lora attended Butler University and received her graduate degree from Indiana University. Lora was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Lora resides with her husband and two daughters in Indianapolis.

Tori Pierson, M.S., CF-SLP

Tori

Tori is currently a Speech and Language Pathologist for children in kindergarten – 5th grade, functional skills, and cross-categorical classrooms in the Anderson Community School District. Tori provides individual, group, and classroom therapy sessions. She has experience helping children with articulation, language, fluency, AAC, and social communication skills. She has also worked with children who have learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and physical/orthopedic impairments. Tori is passionate about helping her clients develop their full potential for communicating. Tori received her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and went on to receive her graduate degree from Northern Arizona University. Tori was born and raised in Gas City, Indiana and now resides with her husband in Noblesville.

Jaime Miller, M.A., CCC-SLP

Jaime

Jaime worked for four years in an elementary school with preschool through fifth grade students doing group, individual, and classroom therapy sessions. Following her work in the Carmel Clay School System, Jaime worked in a pediatric private practice for four years. She conducted individual therapy sessions in her office, and was a Speech and Language Pathologist in the First Steps program for two years. Jaime has completed PROMPT(Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) Level One. Jaime loves working with children and families to help them communicate successfully. Jaime was born and raised in Carmel, Indiana and is a graduate of Carmel High School. After completing her Masters Degree in Speech and Language Pathology, Jaime returned to Carmel to work and to raise her two boys with her husband.

Learn More about Jaime Miller

Nancy Grenda, M.A., CCC-SLP

Nancy is currently a Speech Pathologist for children preschool-4th grade in the Westfield Washington School District and provided First Steps therapy. Prior to her work at Westfield Washington School District, Nancy worked for IU North in Carmel, Indiana for five years. She treated pediatric and adults with varies speech disorders such as stroke, dysphagia, head and neck cancer, apraxia, speech and language disorders. She also has experience working for a home health company, Tendercare providing in home services to both pediatric and adult patients. Services included swallowing issues, speech and language delays, and AAC. Throughout her career, she assessed and treated children with deficits in language, feeding, swallowing, articulation, apraxia and fluency. She has worked with various diagnoses, including Down syndrome, cleft lip and palate, dysphagia, apraxia, autism, and developmental delays. Nancy was born and raised in Olney, Illinois. She moved to Indiana in 1999. Nancy currently resides in Westfield with her husband and five children.

Learn More about Nancy Grenda
Nancy

Jen Menzel, M.S., CCC-SLP

Jen

Jen worked for nine years with children at Sacred Heart/Columbia St. Mary’s, treating speech and language disorders in clinic and home settings. Jen has provided First Steps therapy since 2005, and is currently a Speech Pathologist for children preschool-4th grade in the Westfield Washington School District. Throughout her career, she assessed and treated children with defecits in language, feeding, swalling, articulation, and fluency. She worked with various diagnoses, including Down Syndrome, cleft lip and palate, dysphagia, apraxia, autism, and developmental delays. Jen loves working with children and says her passion is helping families help their children learn to communicate successfully. Jen was born and raised in Hartland, Wisconsin. She moved to Indiana in 2005. Jen currently resides in Westfield with her husband and two children.

Learn More about Jen Menzel

Brady Albrecht, M.A., CCC-SLP

Brady has worked in the Westfield Washington School District with students grades PreK-4 as well as in their cross-categorical program since 2017. Throughout her career, she has assessed and treated children with various diagnoses, including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, cleft lip and palate, hearing impairments, language disorders, articulation disorders, and developmental delays. Brady has volunteered as a supervisor for the Butler Aphasia Community since 2017. Brady is passionate about helping children find their voice in the best way for each individual child. Brady was born and raised in Carmel, Indiana is a graduate of Carmel High School, and is a new mom who currently resides in Noblesville with her husband, daughter, and dog.

Learn More about Brady Albrecht
Brady

Lora Dodson, M.A., CCC-SLP

Lora Dodson Image

Lora worked for six years in Carmel Clay schools primarily at the middle school level and secondarily at the elementary level. Lora provided individual, group, and classroom therapy sessions. She has experience in helping children with articulation, language, fluency, and social communication skills. Lora loves working with and encouraging children and their families to help each child reach their full potential with their daily communication. Lora attended Butler University and received her graduate degree from Indiana University. Lora was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Lora resides with her husband and two daughters in Indianapolis.

Tori Pierson, M.S., CF-SLP

Tori is currently a Speech and Language Pathologist for children in kindergarten – 5th grade, functional skills, and cross-categorical classrooms in the Anderson Community School District. Tori provides individual, group, and classroom therapy sessions. She has experience helping children with articulation, language, fluency, AAC, and social communication skills. She has also worked with children who have learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and physical/orthopedic impairments. Tori is passionate about helping her clients develop their full potential for communicating. Tori received her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and went on to receive her graduate degree from Northern Arizona University. Tori was born and raised in Gas City, Indiana and now resides with her husband in Noblesville.

Tori