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Megan Stasiak


Speech Language Pathologist

Megan is a speech-language pathologist who received her Bachelors of Science from Western Michigan University and Masters of Speech Language Pathology from Bowling Green State University. 


Megan has experience working with the pediatric population in outpatient and school settings. She has also worked as part of a multidisciplinary feeding team and received training in clinical feeding evaluations and video swallow studies with medically complex diagnoses. She has been trained in Beckman Oral Motor Intervention, SOS Approach to Feeding, McNeil Dysphagia Therapy Program, Shaker Pediatric Swallowing and Feeding, Shaker VFSS, and LAMP (Language Acquisition Through Motor Planning) for use with augmentative communication. Megan has studied methods for treating articulation, apraxia, autism spectrum disorders, augmentative communication, feeding disorders, stuttering, voice, and language disorders. 


Megan plans to continue her education and research in cognition and augmentative communication. She is registered with the American Speech and Hearing Association and licensed by the state of Michigan.


Megan currently resides in Wayland with her husband Jake, daughter Olivia, and goldendoodle Kona. She enjoys running, traveling, and boating on Gun Lake.