Each child is unique and may not respond to one single therapy approach. At SCSS we let the child guide the session and we create an individualized approach tailored to your child's one of a kind challenges, your family, and your culture.
Julieanne Granados is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist who resides in Fayetteville, NC with her husband, daughter, and Boston Terriers. She has been practicing since 2012. She completed undergraduate training at Appalachian State University and graduate degree at North Carolina Central University with special interests in feeding/swallowing, oral motor development and its relation to speech and feeding, early intervention, and bilingual language development. Prior to completing her Masters in Communication and Sciences Disorder, Julieanne worked as an early intervention play therapist where she developed a love for the birth-three population, gained experience with working with bilingual families and their children, and completed training in ABA. Since beginning her work as a SLP, Julieanne has completed multiple trainings in pediatric feeding/swallowing disorders, is certified in pediatric vital-stim, and has completed training in orofacial myology. Her current areas of interest and research are in pediatric feeding/swallowing disorders in the medically fragile child and orofacial myology.
Rebecca is a recent graduate of East Carolina University's Speech-Language Pathology, Master of Science program and will be completing her Clinical Fellowship Year at SCSS. She was born and raised in Apex, North Carolina and completed her undergraduate work in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with minors in Spanish and Human Development and Family Studies. During her Master’s program, Rebecca had the opportunity to complete clinical practicums at East Carolina University’s Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic and a variety of medical settings including an advanced externship at Duke University Medical Center. Currently, Rebecca’s interests are in pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders and augmentative and alternative communication, and she has recently completed PODD (Pragmatic Organizational Dynamic Display) training. Rebecca lives in Apex, NC with her dog, Piper.
Monica is an ASHA certified SLP that lives in Fayetteville with her husband, son and 3 dogs. She completed her Masters in Speech Pathology at the University of South Carolina and has been practicing since 2014. Since beginning her work as an SLP Monica has completed multiple trainings in pediatric feeding/swallowing. She has experience working with premature infants, children and adults with speech, language, cognitive and swallowing disorders. Her interests include pediatric dysphagia and traumatic brain injury. In her free time Monica loves spending time with her family and baking.
Meredith is an ASHA certified speech language pathologist who resides in Fayetteville, NC with her husband, three daughters, and miniature Australian Shepherd. A Colorado Native, Meredith earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degree from the University of Northern Colorado, and has been practicing since 2002. Meredith has additional training in Autism, and obtained a graduate certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders from the University of Colorado at Denver. Meredith began her career working with adults in acute care hospitals and outpatient rehab centers. She transitioned to pediatrics in 2009, where she developed a particular interest in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Augmentative Alternative Communication. In her free time, Meredith enjoys watching her children play sports and travelling with her family.
Maddie is ASHA certified SLP that lives in Fayetteville with her husband. She has been practicing since 2016. She previously worked at an elementary school for 5 years with preschool to 6th grade students with communication needs in California. She completed her undergraduate training at Sacramento State where she was apart of the gymnastics teams for all 4 years. Then completed her Masters in Communication and Science Disorders from the University of Texas at El Paso. Since beginning her work she has completed trainings on PECS, ADOS, and AAC. Her current interests are to continue to expand her knowledge in AAC and learn more about pediatric feeding and swallowing.
Leah Ringled is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist who resides in Hope Mills, NC with her husband and two young children. She has been practicing since 2011. She completed undergraduate and graduate training at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro with special interests in motor planning disorders, cranial facial abnormalities and feeding/oral motor therapy. Leah’s areas of interest continue to be in medical related speech language disorders to include pediatric and geriatric feeding and swallowing disorders. Recent research is in the area of feeding difficulties that arise from unrepaired tongue and lip ties and other tethered oral issues. Research is looking into effects of oral motor and oral stimulation tasks to assist with increasing mobility and functionality as well as teaming with other skilled professional in the Fayetteville and surrounding areas ( IBCLC, bodywork and, myofaucial release specialist and pediatric dentist) to assist in revision and post operative care. Age of speciality ranges from birth-5 and geriatric population.
Jeanette Dickson is an ASHA certified speech and language pathologist who was a social worker prior to a career shift to speech pathology. She completed her undergraduate work at Gannon University in Erie, PA, and completed her MA in speech and language pathology in 2015 at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Since that time she has worked as a pediatric feeding specialist on feeding teams and as an inpatient feeding/NICU therapist in children’s hospitals in Ohio and North Carolina, with a focus on infant and toddler feeding in particular. She is in the process of obtaining her Certification in Neonatal Therapy and is also a volunteer with The Dysphagia Outreach Project and a mentor for the ASHA Step Program and others looking to expand their knowledge and skills with pediatric feeding. She lives in Pittsboro, NC, with her husband and five children.
We are a two clinicians that are passionate about providing the best quality therapy possible. We love learning about and implementing new treatment methods and bringing all we have to offer to you and your child. We strongly believe in hiring only the best and most motivated professionals to represent our company and to provide unparalleled services to our patients.
Tammy retired from retail after 28 years to come to work at SCSS. She is a Fayetteville Native, has been married since July 1984, and has 3 children and 4 grandchildren. She is an avid animal lover and has many dogs, cats, chickens and ducks. She prefers the mountains over the beach and loves to fish. She would love to retire and live in the mountains.
Julie Staude is a recent graduate of North Carolina Central University’s Speech-Language Pathology, Master of Science program and will be completing her clinical fellowship year at SCSS. She completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at Fayetteville State University. She had previously work in the school system as an SLP-Assistant, working a diverse population of children and disorders. During her master’s program, Julie had the opportunity to be placed in a variety of settings including inpatient and outpatient hospitals, elementary schools, pediatric private practice, and studied abroad in China. Julie’s areas of interest include dysphagia, autism spectrum disorders, and early intervention. In her free time, Julie loves traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Stacey has worked many jobs, from quality control labs, research and retail to different library positions. Originally from Michigan, she has lived all over the Midwest, and East coast. She has been married for 29 years and has 4 children. She is an avid reader who loves historical fiction and is a prolific quilter.