Michaela Sullivan is a Speech-Language Pathologist who has specialized in the field of AAC and AT; providing assessment, services and resources for students, educators and families. Currently, she is working within the San Francisco and San Mateo Foster City School Districts and additionally in her private practice working with children (birth – 3) and with adults who require AAC and Speech Generating Devices and services. She has been a presenter in the field of Speech Pathology and AAC at state and national conventions.
She first began working in the field of AAC as part of a grant in 1985 while attending the master’s program at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Given the many opportunities Michaela has been fortunate to be involved in, she is more than ready to lend a hand in local and worldwide Nika projects to help people with Complex Communication Needs communicate and to assist educators and therapists gain knowledge in this field so that more people can have a voice!