Speech-Language Pathologist

Jennifer Dyer


Jennifer Dyer, MS, CCC-SLP is a licensed speech-language pathologist who earned a BA in Speech-Hearing Science from the University of North Texas in 1997 and an MS in Communication Disorders from the University of Texas at Dallas in 1999. She has worked in the public-school setting and private practice. Jennifer has been a member of the Apraxia Dallas staff since 2019. She has attended numerous trainings focused on childhood apraxia of speech, including DTTC, ReST and Speech Motor Chaining. Jennifer has also received training in PROMPT (level 1), Natural Language Acquisition (NLA), implementing and incorporating literacy, sensory needs, and AAC programs into therapy (including Lamp Words for Life [LAMP]).

In addition, Jennifer and her husband are parents to a child diagnosed with a severe autism spectrum disorder, OCD, an intellectual disability, a severe expressive and receptive language disorder, and CAS. Their daughter uses an AAC system to communicate. She enjoys empowering parents to work with their children and to navigate through the many issues they might face with having children with communication challenges. She is also a writer and loves bringing her writing experience into therapy when possible. Above all, she feels helping children find their voice is the best part of her job.