About Laura

Laura Mize is a pediatric speech-language pathologist who specializes in treating young children, ages birth to three, with communication delays and disorders in her private practice in and around Louisville, Kentucky. She earned a B.S. in Communication Disorders from Mississippi University for Women and an M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from The University of Southern Mississippi. Laura holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed in the state of KY.

Laura founded and authors the website teachmetotalk.com, hosts a popular weekly podcast Teach Me To Talk with Laura and Kate, and sells her training DVDs to parents and professionals both in the USA and internationally. Her DVDs and treatment manuals are used by early intervention professionals and speech-language pathologists in graduate training programs and continuing education conferences in the USA, Canada, South Africa, Hong Kong, Singapore, Israel, Australia, and the United Kingdom. She is frequently invited to speak at state speech and hearing conventions and to groups and organizations.

When Laura is not rolling around on the floor with her little clients, speaking, or producing another project, she is at home with her husband, Johnny, and their children, Jonathan, Tyler, and Macy. (She is too tired to have any hobbies!)

Click here for information on how to book an appointment in Laura’s office in Shelbyville, KY.

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3 Comments

  1. Allen on November 18, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    This is an excellent web site !

    You should receive an award for your efforts in explaining and compiling the complex information involved with toddlers’ speech difficulties. The interactivity of the web site offer very good insight into other parents’ related problems as well.

  2. Gail on December 16, 2011 at 3:21 am

    I am very concerned for my 23 month old grandson, he has very few words, he will say a word for a while then stops. He is easily distracted,h doesn’t give strangers alot of attn. or eye contact. After a little while he will hug them, or bring them toys. To get our attn he is grabbing our hands and taking us to what he wants, or to play. When he started teething, he got an ear infection, & upper resp. inf., and this lead to thrush from antibiotics. This is when we noticed everything was not progressing. His eating habits of course were effected, and now is very picky. I work with special needs children, which I think makes me look for things/and or over look as a Grandmother… We have contacted Birth to three, waiting for an eval. Should we have hearing checked before the evaluation? We live a few hours away & would love to have a consultation!!
    Thank you for your time!

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