Simone Frame





I am a certified speech-language pathologist (SLP) with over a decade of clinical experience. I believe my responsibility as a therapist is to care for the entire life experience of my clients to the best of my ability and training. This often requires thinking outside the box and delving into new territories of scientific understanding.

Communication is not an island of discrete skills. Therefore, I have sought out additional training in related areas to broaden my skill sets and better meet my clients’ needs. For example, I was honored to receive training in the Orton-Gillingham approach to literacy instruction . I am a member of the International Dyslexia Association  and provide individual and small group services for children and adults. I have continued education in mindfulness and Reiki strategies. My interest in alternative and complimentary treatments informs my traditional speech therapy work and inspires me to embrace the wide variety of therapeutic approaches that exist. 

My therapy approach puts functional skills first for my clients. My promise to each and every person I work with is to honor your needs, dreams, worries, questions, and victories. Through collaboration with clients, caregivers, and other service providers, I supply my clients with the tools they need to thrive as communicators and fulfilled, empowered human beings. It is my great honor and joy to do so. 



Meg Novich




Meg is a Madison native who has worked in the community through early intervention, public schools, outpatient rehabilitation, and private practice. Meg believes that developing an authentic connection with each individual is the key to promoting their strengths and supporting their challenge areas. Collaborating with clients, families, and other service providers to achieve small successes empowers all of us to be our best. Through building confidence along the way, functional outcomes can be visualized and motivation can guide clients to their larger goals. Meg is a certified yoga instructor and considers the power of mindfulness in all things. She brings this to therapy and strives to help clients develop a positive self-concept, pride in their accomplishments, and a love for learning in all areas of life. 



Tasha Nelson


Speech-Language Pathologist

Tasha has focused primarily on pediatric therapy over a large age range from early intervention through high school in the clinic, school, and home health settings. She also has experience working with geriatric clients for a variety of language, cognition, and swallowing difficulties in the outpatient and home health settings. Tasha is PROMPT Trained, Hanen Trained, and ABA Trained. Her areas of interest and specialty include fluency disorders, motor speech disorders, and oral motor difficulties. She also has extensive experience working clients of a variety of ages with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 


American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

International Dyslexia Association

American Telemedicine Association

American Academy of Private Practice in Speech Pathology and Audiology

Wisconsin Parents Association

Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association