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Overview

At Gray Consulting and Therapy, we specialize in Assistive Technology for speech and language disabilities. This includes Augmentative Communication, Assistive Technology, and traditional speech language therapy for older children and teens. We provide services in our office, as well as in local school districts. We offer a flexible school consulting model, individual-specific evaluations and consultations for children and teens.

We offer a holistic support model to school districts. Rather than focusing on formal evaluations exclusively, we empower schools to develop stronger Assistive Technology systems. We are positioned to provide support at multiple levels. These range from student-specific services, classroom consultation, staff training, to district-wide initiatives.

About Heather Gray

Heather Gray, M.S., CCC-SLP, ATP

Founder of Gray Consulting and Therapy

Speech Language Pathologist and Assistive Technology Professional

Heather is a licensed speech and language pathologist in Hampstead, New Hampshire and founder of Gray Consulting and Therapy. She obtained her B.S. with a double major and high honors in Psychology and Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Maine. Ms. Gray completed graduate school at the University of New Hampshire, where she obtained her Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. During this time, she completed specialized training in neurodevelopmental disabilities. In 2013, Ms. Gray obtained her Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) credential through the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America, (RESNA).

Ms. Gray is licensed and provides services in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Ms. Gray has extensive experience working with clients with complex communication profiles.

Ms. Gray has presented locally and nationally. She has also supervised graduate and undergraduate students. Her skills as an augmentative communication consultant combined with her experience as a school speech-language pathologist provides her with a unique perspective in understanding the complex communication needs of students who depend on assistive technology. Additionally, she brings expertise to strengthen school systems to better meet the communication and technology needs of special education students.

She lives in the Seacoast with her husband and two children, and one lazy dog. Contact Heather Gray

 

About Jennifer Stylianos

Jennifer Stylianos, M.S., OTR/L

Jennifer is a licensed Occupational Therapist and Adjunct Faculty at the University of New Hampshire. She obtained her B.S. with a double major and honors in Psychology and Health Sciences from Stephens College in Columbia, MO. Ms. Stylianos completed graduate school at Tufts University in Medford, MA where she obtained her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy.

Ms. Stylianos has been working exclusively in the field of assistive technology for almost a decade. Her passion is blending technology with real tasks to create solutions that work now and help to build the student’s lagging skills. She has presented locally and nationally on a variety of subjects including emergent writing, executive functioning supports and switch access.

She lives in NH with her husband and four children, a spoiled dog and two cats.

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