Sarah Konopka


Speech Therapist

Sarah graduated with a B.S. in Speech-Language Pathology, and acquired her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from Fontbonne University in the United States. She is a certified member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and has been a practicing Speech-Language Pathologist for 6 years. Prior to that she worked as Speech-Language Implementer through a fellowship and pilot program for implementing speech therapy into the public school system.

Sarah approaches therapy for those with communication disorders with energy, compassion, and an appreciation for how each person's individuality and value contributes to society as a whole. Her experience led her to work with many different people experiencing one or several of the following communication disorders: fluency, articulation, voice, and language. She has additional experience assessing and treating swallowing disorders, cognition, and language for adults in a rehabilitation setting.


Useful Handouts From Sarah:


Not Just S's and R's - Services Offered by a Speech Pathologist

What is Language? What is Speech?

Social Language Use? (Pragmatics)

Common Speech-Language Pathology Terms

How to Talk to an SLP or Audiologist

Childhood Communication Disorders

How Does Your Child Hear and Talk?

Late Bloomer or Language Disorder?

Your Child's Communication Development: Kindergarten through 5th Grade

Reading and Writing (Literacy)

Types of Articulation Errors - A Simple Guide

What are Phonological Processes?

Adult Communication Disorders

Learning More Than One Language

Helping Children with Communication Disorders in the Schools

Speech and Language Games for Kids


RALLI Links:


What is Specific Learning Impairment (SLI)?

What is RALLI?