Lizzie Gruber is a bilingual (English and Spanish) speech-language pathologist with five years of experience in the school setting. Throughout this time, she provided therapy primarily to elementary-aged children and evaluated students from pre-kindergarten through grade 12 in Spanish. While Lizzie is new to the private practice setting, she has extensive experience in providing therapy involving speech articulation, receptive and expressive language, functional and social communication skills, pragmatics, fluency, stuttering, and augmentative and alternative communication.
Lizzie has completed graduate-level coursework focused on bilingual language acquisition and has professional experience in this area as well, including providing communication evaluations for children exposed to multiple languages. She is passionate about language and solving complex problems.
In her free time, Lizzie loves spending time with her new husband, walking her beloved golden retriever, reading, and trying new foods.
- Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology (Indiana University Bloomington)
- Bachelor of Arts in Speech and Hearing Science and Spanish (Ohio State University)
- Bilingual language acquisition
- Evaluation of communication disorders in dual and multi-language learners