is a speech-language pathologist with 20 years experience in a variety of professional settings. Mary Jane received her Masters degree from Northwestern University in 1989. At La Rabida Children’s Hospital she teamed with other professionals providing language, feeding and developmental consultations to both inpatient and outpatient populations. While at La Rabida, she was Director of Resident Education for the Rehabilitative Services Dept. Mary Jane has supervised student interns. She has lectured at Northwestern University and provided training in language development to various preschool programs in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. Mary Jane has authored two articles on feeding and multisensory activities to stimulate language development. She specializes in the treatment and evaluation of children with dyspraxia, auditory processing disorders, NVLD, phonological deficits, oral motor, feeding dysfunction, and other speech and language disorders.