Erin Pavatte, MCD, CCC-SLP
Erin recently relocated to the area from Jackson, Mississippi. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Communication Science Disorders from the University of Mississippi.
Erin has experience working with infants through adulthood. However, her focus remains on the pediatric population. Erin’s clinical experience includes, providing services in the clinic, elementary school, assisted living facility, and medical settings. She enjoys incorporating sensory integration techniques, utilization of augmentative communication devices, and implementing oral motor techniques to treat feeding and swallowing disorders in both the pediatric and adult populations. She has experience providing services to medically fragile children, and collaborating with family, caregivers, and medical staff when implementing therapy techniques and developing treatment goals.
Erin has evaluated and treated patients of various ages associated with the following: dysphagia/feeding disorders, speech/language delay, visual/ hearing impairments, cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorder, various genetic disorders, traumatic brain injury, dysarthria, gastrostomy, tracheotomy, cleft lip/palate, and mild-severe developmental disabilities. She is licensed by the board of Mississippi and Louisiana and has her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA). She has a passion for working with young children and has particular interest in early intervention for treatment of language delays and articulation/phonology disorders.
Aside from being a Speech-Language Pathologist, Erin is also a fitness fanatic, an avid adventurer, and a devoted Ole Miss sports fan. Erin currently lives in Denham Springs with her husband, Mason, their daughter, Harper and their two Labrador Retrievers, Luke & Leo.