Britta Joslyn is a licensed and American Speech-Hearing Association (ASHA) certified therapist. She earned her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Bachelor’s Degree in Linguistics from the University of Utah. Britta started her professional career with the Park City School district and gained diverse and valuable experience while working with elementary and secondary school-aged students with communication impairments.
Her interest in written language development grew as
she observed and learned the correlation/demand for reading proficiency with academic success. Britta is a nationally Certified Academic Language Practitioner (CALP) who is trained across multiple structured literacy programs including Texas Scottish Right Hospital’s Take Flight and the Wilson Reading Program. She provides evidence-based intervention methods for both oral and written communication that emphasize multi-sensory features for optimal acquisition and mastery of skills.
Britta’s service delivery has a dynamic approach that adapts to the client’s needs based on progress monitoring and data collection. Clients receive consistent feedback on their growth within targeted communication skills and academic learning strategies. Incorporation of various therapy programs, computer technology, and materials creates an individualized approach to therapy that enhances positive outcomes for carryover of skills to all communication settings.
Mabel Jean, Britta’s therapy dog, can be found lounging in the office or at a client’s feet. She has served individuals with communication differences for more than seven years and is a mainstay in the building.
Kiley Corson is a born and raised New Hampshire resident, who recently moved west to pursue a career in Speech-Language Pathology. After earning her Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, she packed up her life in New Hampshire and moved to beautiful Park City, Utah, her new home.
Kiley’s professional career began at the Wasatch County School District where she provided individualized services for approximately 70 students with various diagnoses and speech/language needs. Kiley’s most rewarding experiences at Wasatch were working with the severe, non-verbal students. She enjoyed researching and exploring different modes of communication to give these students a voice and help them communicate more effectively with others. Kiley’s proficiency in American Sign Language (ASL), Cued Speech, and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) provided her with a foundation to address these various communicative needs. As the school year came to a close, Kiley’s interest for working in a private practice became a reality. She partnered with her clinical supervisor, Britta R. Joslyn, at Park City Speech and Language Therapy.
As a private SLP, Kiley specializes in early childhood communication disorders, specifically Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and speech sound disorders. She provides high-quality, evidence-based services that are tailored to every child’s individual profile. Kiley works closely with families and other related professionals to promote meaningful services and foster generalization of target skills.