Paige earned her MS in Communication Sciences and Disorders and Bachelors in English Lit from Florida State University. She became interested in speech pathology through volunteering at a children’s hospital after earning her bachelor’s degree. Through that opportunity she decided to enroll in a post baccalaureate program and pursue her degree from there. She has worked in different settings including outpatient pediatrics, acute care, and schools. Through her work in the schools she has received the opportunity to work with different programs including Deaf Education, which led to an interest in hearing loss and learning of basic ASL. Because of her experiences she has developed a passion for pediatrics and believes in a child-led and family centered approach to treatment. Her clinical interests include hearing loss, autism spectrum disorder, speech sound disorders, language development and augmentative and alternative communication.
Paige is originally from Florida and moved to the Pacific North West in 2020. She's excited to live in Hood River and to take advantage of all of the outdoor opportunities it has to offer. She enjoys hiking, mountain biking, kayaking and skiing, as well as reading and enjoying live music.