Tracy Bond, CCC-SLP
Mrs. Tracy was born and raised in North Alabama. She attended the University of South Alabama where she graduated with a B.S. in Speech and Hearing Science and a minor in Psychology. She went on to earn her M.A. in Speech-Language pathology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She received her Educational Specialist Degree in 2017 from the University of West Georgia in Educational/Instructional Technology. Mrs. Tracy has been practicing speech-language pathology for 25 years in all areas from early intervention to skilled nursing facilities, including directing a University Speech and Hearing Clinic. She has supervised numerous graduate students and clinical fellows.
She currently lives in Union Grove with her husband, Jonathan, and two daughters, Emma Kate (17) and Mollie (14). She has one daughter, Erika, married to Hunter. Mrs. Tracy is blessed to be "Mam" to her 2 1/2 year old granddaughter, Oakley.
Mrs. Tracy wants all clients to have a voice. She expects every clients to work to his/her fullest potential and strive to be his/her best. She also works tirelessly to make sure each client will meet goals and be successful. She wants all to know that, "We are 'in this' together!"
Stephanie Rammes, CCC-SLP
Mrs. Stephanie graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology. Following graduation, she took her new skills to Hawaii where she expanded her clinical experience to skilled nursing and acute care. Coupled with her clinical skills and successful outcomes, Mrs. Stephanie's unique ability to establish productive relationships with her superiors, peers, patients, and families contributed to her rapidly expanding responsibilities and professional growth.
She accepted a transfer and relocated to Madison, Alabama where she continues to expand her skills in the field of speech-language pathology. Mrs. Stephanie has extensive experience with pediatric, adult, and geriatric populations in schools, outpatient clinics, home health, inpatient rehabilitation, and acute settings,
Mrs. Stephanie continues to make her home in Madison where she lives with her husband, son, and family dogs. She is an active volunteer with Madison County Schools and travel hockey organizations.
Jaime Richardson, CCC-SLP
Mrs. Jaime is a native of North Alabama and has lived in the Huntsville area for 20 years. She enjoys reading, travel, painting, playing piano and furniture restoration. She has a wonderful husband who teaches math and two sweet daughters that keep her busy!
Her certifications include: Vital Stim, LSVT, Interactive Metronome and Myofascial Release. She also has training in dysphasia, neurological impairments including Traumatic and Nontraumatic Brain Injury, stroke, Parkinson’s Disease and other neurological diseases that may affect cognition, memory, speech and swallowing.
Mrs. Jaime has experience with pediatrics including articulation therapy, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, language difficulties, swallowing and augmentative communication for both children and adults.
She enjoys working with all ages and is currently a part of a Brain Injury Awareness Group called NABIA Friends here in North Alabama which was established in order to reach out to those affected by brain cancer and other nontraumatic brain injuries. We all have a story and she would enjoy hearing yours!
Lori Lewis, CF-SLP
Mrs. Lori is currently completing her clinical fellowship year in speech-language pathology under the supervision of Mrs. Tracy. She was born and raised in Huntsville. She received her B.S. from Alabama A&M and returned to Alabama A&M to obtain her M.S. in Communicative Sciences and Disorders. Mrs. Lori has experience working in skilled nursing facilities and in public school settings.
Mrs. Lori resides in Huntsville with her husband. She has one daughter who also lives in Huntsville.
She loves working with all populations that will benefit from speech therapy to improve their quality of life.
Stephanie Frazier, CCC-SLP
Mandy Hays, CCC-SLP
Mrs. Mandy is a certified speech language pathologist who graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with her bachelor's degree and the University of Tennessee-Knoxville with her master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She has worked in a variety of settings, including Children's Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama as well as various school districts and private practices. She enjoys working with all ages, but she especially enjoys working with children and their parents. She has extensive experience working with children with autism, articulation disorders, general language disorders and hearing impairments.
Mrs. Mandy also loves spending time with her husband, who is the pastor at Wall Highway Baptist Church in Madison, and four children, Gracie, Timmy, Annie, and Eli.