Cheri Stevenson, M.S., CCC-SLP is the director of the ACCESS evaluation and resource center. She has numerous years of experience in testing, including team assessments. Stevenson desires for the evaluation center to be comprehensive, in that families can come to one place and get answers to their questions along with services that the child may need afterward.
Sabine Falls, Ph.D. is the ACCESS clinical psychologist. She has more than 15 years experience in pediatric psychology. Dr. Falls is comfortable with a wide variety of diagnoses. She is experienced in both testing and diagnosing along with the therapeutic intervention if therapy is deemed necessary. She is also experienced in testing and diagnosing learning disabilities and difficulties. Dr. Falls is well-equipped to explain these situations with the students' families and schools and to assist with programming.
Annabel Johnson, M.S., CCC-SLP is the ACCESS Evaluation and Resource Center speech/language pathologist. Johnson is a long-standing member of the ACCESS team. She is well-versed in assessing language and diagnosing speech/language disorders. Johnson is excellent with interweaving language and learning and explaining how the two work together.
Krysta Rupp, M.S., OTR/L is the ACCESS Evaluation and Resource Center occupational therapist. She has developed an expertise in understanding how the fine motor components of student development impact learning. Rupp also has a good background in assessing visual components in fully assessing a child's fine motor and visual motor system.
Renee Bennett, PT is the ACCESS Evaluation and Resource Center physical therapist. Bennett is well-versed in assessing all ages for gross motor skills. She has a wonderful understanding of how a children's gross motor deficits or weaknesses will impact them educationally.
Janice Edmonson, M.S., CCC-SLP is the ACCESS Evaluation and Resource Center technology coordinator. Edmonson is well-equipped to take the deficits/disabilities discovered during the testing process and determine if there is a technology need. She can then set the student/family up with needed software and equipment. There is also a process for training outside schools and their staff members with technology, including both software and hardware.