About

Speechville Express

The Speechville Express web site is dedicated to those who struggle with communicating, as well as the parents and professionals that care for them. 

Speechville was founded by a number of individuals who share the belief that individuals and organizations working together help bring even greater awareness and help to those with communication problems:

Lisa Geng, Founder and President of the nonprofit CHERAB Foundation, a world-wide nonprofit organization working to improve the communication skills and education of all children with speech and language delays and disorders. Co-author of The Late Talker book, and parent of two “late talker” children.

Rhonda Jacobson, co-founder of ECHO, a non-profit that offers resources, information, friendship and support to those whose lives are touched by a late-talking child, and parent to a child with apraxia of speech.

Gina Mikel, who co-founded Apraxia-Kids and built and hosted the website for over half a decade from origin, and parent to a daughter with apraxia.

Tricia Morin, Founder of SPEAK of Missouri and parent of a son with a speech disorder.

Cindy Mustafa, who is an Outreach Coordinator for CHERAB, and parent of two children with communication impairments.

Professional Advisory Board: The Speechville Express web site is overseen by our professional advisory board, which is comprised of educators, Speech-Language Pathologists, and medical practitioners.

Parent Board: The Speechville Express website board members are from all over North America, and are parents and advocates for all special needs children.

Advertising Policy: The Speechville Express web site is funded through the sale of featured products within the web site and on the "Shop Speechville Express" pages.

Site Compliance: We work hard to insure that the information on the web site is accurate, accessible to all, and ethically presented. Listed here are the sites with which we comply.

Disclaimer: Please review our disclaimer. We are not providing therapeutic or medical advice; rather, our goal is to point you to further resources and provide you with information about communication disorders.

Privacy Statement: Details about data collected about you, as you visit our site, and how we use the data.

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Support our Site: This site is provided as a free service. We charge no subscription fee and hope this will never change.