Portrait of Lynn Carahaly
Lynn Carahaly, MA, CCC-SLP
Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist

Lynn received her B.A. and M.A. from The Ohio State University and is pursuing her Ph.D. in the field of Speech Language Pathology. She began her private practice in the Scottsdale, AZ area in 2000, treating children from birth through 18 years of age with various developmental, speech and language, and learning delays and disorders. Lynn brought her expertise and passion for helping children to southwest Michigan and The Alcott Center for Cognitive Enhancement in 2006.

Lynn's area of expertise is with the treatment of Apraxia of Speech, Auditory Processing Disorders, related disorders and learning disabilities. She is a published researcher, and has authored several articles on the topics of Auditory Processing Disorders and Speech and Language Disorders. She is also the developer of the Speech-EZ® Apraxia Program.

Lynn is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA), the Michigan Speech and Hearing Association, the National Coalition on Auditory Processing Disorders, and the Learning Disabilities Association of America.

Portrait of Vince Carahaly
Vince Carahaly
Program Director

Vince received his B.S. from Purdue University and has received extensive training in each of the programs offered by The Alcott Center for Cognitive Enhancement. A member of Mensa, a talented musician, and the father of two, Vince has an amazing ability to motivate and inspire all types of children to make cognitive gains. Vince works closely with Lynn and each of our cognitive trainers to develop programming to ensure that every child receives individualized therapy targeted to his or her area and level of need.

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