MS CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist
Lacie Robichaux graduated from Louisiana State University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders, received her Masters of Science in Communication Disorders from Southeastern Louisiana University in 2006. For the past 14 years, she has had the good fortune to work with children and families in a variety of settings including local hospitals, private and public schools and daycares in East Baton Rouge, Ascension, and Livingston Parishes, as well as University and Private Pediatric clinics serving children from birth to 18 years old.
Lacie, along with a team of fellow speech and occupational therapists, developed and managed a speech and language based preschool program for children with severe developmental disorders. The team ran the program at a local private pediatric clinic in Baton Rouge for four years. In 2013, she also worked as the primary Speech Language Pathologist at Louisiana Key Academy, Baton Rouge’s first Charter school specifically for kids with Dyslexia. Lacie has also spent time supervising and mentoring graduate students in the field of speech pathology, along with educating the community by writing informative articles and conducting in-services on a variety of speech and language topics for schools in the Baton Rouge area.
She has a particular interest in, and much experience with, children who have motor speech disorders (apraxia), oral motor and articulation disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Phonemic awareness/literacy issues, and receptive and expressive language disorders.
Lacie is highly skilled, professional, energetic, fun, and committed to the work she does as a speech therapist. She loves working with children and families, and collaborating with other professionals who work with her patients.
When she is not working as a Speech therapist out in the community, she enjoys and loves spending time with her young son, Myles, and doing fun interactive activities to promote learning and growth.