Annie Loof, MS-CCC, SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Annie first became interested in communication disorders when she was in college attending an American Sign Language class. “My professor, who was deaf, fascinated me and I knew I wanted to be involved in helping people communicate their wants and needs. I really enjoy working in a variety of settings and being able to work with people throughout the lifespan. This profession allows me to be creative by individualizing a client’s treatment plan to meet their goals.”

Annie’s professional interests include disorders related to speech and language (speech sound disorder, language delay, aphasia, Dysarthria, stuttering) as well as auditory, visual, cognitive, oral muscular, respiratory, swallowing, and vocal functioning.

Education

  • University of Minnesota – Twin Cities – Bachelor of Arts: Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences; Minor: Neuroscience
  • UW Whitewater – Master of Science: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Certification

  • ASHA Certification of Clinical Competency: Speech-Language Pathology

If you have questions email Annie at Annie.Loof@forthc.com.