Taylor Frost, M.C.C., CDD-SLP
Taylor was born in Deridder, Louisiana and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Baylor University in 2017. She later earned her Master of Communication Disorders from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center (LSUHSC) in New Orleans in 2019. She was awarded her Certificate of Clinical Competence by ASHA, and her clinical license through LBESPA.
Taylor spent two years in the acute care setting at OLOL evaluating and treating adults as well as COVID-19 patients. She previously received graduate experience at the New Orleans Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic and Collegiate Academies, working with children with articulation and phonological disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, expressive and receptive language disorders, and Dyslexia.
Taylor’s passion and empathy for children on the Autism Spectrum naturally developed while growing up with a younger sister on the spectrum. She was introduced to and learned to appreciate the value of speech therapy by witnessing firsthand the impact that quality of care can have on a family. Taylor has volunteered her time with special needs children and adults at the Texas Bocce Special Olympics, at The Life Club (a social group for young adults on the autism spectrum), and tutoring with Peer+Plus.
In her personal time, Taylor enjoys playing with her dogs, going for walks around the lakes of LSU with her friends, and playing sports and board games with her family and fiancé.