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Erin Walta MS, CCC-SLP


Erin Walta MS, CCC-SLP:
Erin Walta is a licensed speech-language pathologist whose passion for communication disorders began when volunteering at an auditory-oral school for children who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing. She utilizes and integrates multi-sensory therapy approaches for the pediatric population and believes in a wholesome approach by collaborating with multiple disciplines to ensure child development and progress. Erin specializes in treating oral-motor based speech disorders, early language development, play-based therapy approach, gestalt language processing, and augmentative-alternative communication (PECS, speech-generating devices, basic American Sign Language, etc.). Growth is enhanced by the quality of interactions and connections children have with their support system. Erin prioritizes meeting the child where they are developmentally and building upon their foundational skills. One of her favorite things about being a speech-language pathologist is watching a child’s personality grow and shine through as their speech and language skills expand. In her free time, Erin loves to travel, go to concerts, garden, and spend time with her family and friends!

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Bachelor of Science, Speech-Language Pathology

University of North Texas
Master of Science, Speech-Language Pathology

Certifications & Acknowledgements
Illinois Spec-Language Pathologist License
Illinois Early Intervention Specialist Credential
American Speech-Hearing Association
Certified in CPR

Favorite Quote
“We all have different gifts, so we all have different ways of saying to the world who we are.” -Fred Rogers

Favorite Game as a kid:
Ghost in the graveyard at night

Fun Fact: 
I am on a shuffleboard team!