Lindsay Bacalas M.S., CCC-SLP
Lindsay first became interested in a career as an SLP after working as a TSS for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She attended Penn State University, where she transcribed language samples as part of the Speech, Language, and Literacy Project and volunteered in the Laboratory for Cognition and Action. She earned her masters degree in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY, graduating with distinctive honors. While in graduate school, she performed hearing screenings at local Head Start Programs and conducted research for the Early Language Literacy Project as a graduate assistant. She also provided speech and language therapy to clients in a variety of settings as a clinical intern.
After earning her degree at Hofstra, Lindsay moved to Baltimore where she completed her CFY in the Howard County Public School System. There she worked in an inclusive kindergarten classroom and with elementary school students in both inclusive and pull-out settings. Since 2009, Lindsay has worked for Central Bucks School District, gaining experience with both the elementary and middle school populations. Lindsay joined MMTA in the winter of 2010 to provide 1:1 and small group therapy to our after-school clients.
Lindsay is currently pursuing her ESL Certification from Eastern University to gain more of an understanding in the development of English as a Second Language.