Give your child the tools to succeed academically and socially

Evaluate and treat

How we're helping your child to learn

  • Articulation and Phonological Therapy

    Evaluation and treatment of speech sound disorders to make your child easier to understand.

  • Language Therapy

    Evaluation and treatment of receptive and expressive language delays to help your child communicate more effectively with others.

    Receptive language therapy focuses on understanding and processing language.

    Expressive language therapy focuses on putting words together and using language to express thoughts.

  • Social Language

    Evaluation and treatment of social language skills to help your child communicate appropriately in his/her daily interactions with others.

    Pragmatic language therapy focuses on what to say, how to say it, and how we read the body language of those around us, allowing your child to build appropriate social relationships with peers.

  • Literacy Support

    Evaluation and treatment of literacy skills to strengthen your child’s reading skills to improve reading comprehension and reading fluency.

    Book clubs promote independent reading and language-enriched discussions.

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Support your child's language and social learning at Amy's Academics

Would you like to learn more about how to help your child?

About Amy's Academics

I was born and raised in Morris, Illinois and am a graduate of Morris Community High School. I attended the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and graduated with a B.S. in Speech and Hearing Science. I earned my M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. I am now pursuing my clinical doctorate degree in speech-language pathology through the Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah.

I have worked as a speech-language pathologist in Morris elementary schools and have also provided speech-language services through Amy's Academics. I have diagnosed and treated articulation, fluency,  expressive, receptive and pragmatic language disorders. I worked with social workers, school psychologists, teachers, occupational therapists, hearing specialists, other speech-language pathologists and parents to develop and implement team-based Individualized Education Plans for students.

I am very passionate about children's literacy and helping children become better readers. Currently, I am researching and writing a doctoral capstone on reading fluency. I am also in the process of becoming a WRS Level I Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner.

I live in Morris with my husband Pete and three children, Tyler, Cody, and Tessa.

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"I am very passionate about children's literacy and helping children become better readers."

- Amy Brummel

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Let's Get Started

1. Request a Free Consultation

We can meet in person or talk over the phone to discuss the needs of your child.

2. Schedule an Evaluation

3. Watch Your Child Soar

Let's Connect!

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  • Phone

    (815) 600-3076

  • Email

    amysacademicsslp@gmail.com

  • Address

    119 E. Jefferson St.
    Morris, IL 60450

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