Staff

Lee Anne Morgan, MS, CCC-SLP

Lee Anne Morgan is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She received her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the Mississippi University for Women. She has been serving families in Desoto County through pediatric private practice therapy since 2009. She has experience in many treatment areas and specializes in early language development and feeding/swallowing therapy. Lee Anne also specializes in using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for nonverbal and preverbal children and has had training in Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP), a proven therapeutic approach that uses consistent motor plans for accessing vocabulary. Lee Anne is also a certified yoga instructor. In her free time, she enjoys having adventures with her husband, Matt, their three children, Hannah Bess, Finn, and Mabry, and their dog, Luna.


Megan Givens, MS, CCC-SLP

Megan Givens is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She graduated from The Mississippi University for Women with a Master of Science in the area of Speech Language Pathology. Megan treats children and adults with a variety of speech, language and swallowing disorders, as well as individuals who have been diagnosed with dyslexia. She specializes in working with school aged children with language-based disorders and fluency disorders. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling with her husband and daughter.


Rachel Jones, MS, CCC-SLP

Rachel Jones is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with her Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. While Rachel loves working with a variety of speech and language difficulties, she specializes in working with Childhood Apraxia of Speech utilizing the Kaufman approach. In addition, Rachel particularly enjoys working with nonverbal children utilizing evidence-based practice techniques including Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT), Floortime, and Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS). In her spare time, Rachel enjoys spending time and traveling with her husband, Matt, and their dog, Baxter.


Sara Eggers, MS, CCC-SLP

Sara has been a pediatric SLP for 11 years, working in both school and clinical settings in Missouri, Arkansas, and now here, in Mississippi. She has a lot of experience with children with a variety of communication needs, from simple articulation errors, early literacy and phonological disorders, fluency disorders and a variety of language needs. Sara has received training in SOS Feeding, and is able to offer this therapy approach to address feeding for picky eaters.

When not working, Sara enjoys reading, writing and performing in many choirs and musical theatre productions. She is the mother to three adult daughters, and her youngest daughter has autism. Sara became a speech pathologist after taking her daughter to speech therapy for many years. Her youngest daughter has achieved great success, on her own schedule, and is now a college junior studying electrical engineering, and serving as president of a student engineering organization.


Mary Shaw, DPT

Mary graduated in 2014 from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Arkansas State University in 2019. Mary treats children with a variety of neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, and developmental disorders. She particularly enjoys working with pre-crawlers and pre-walkers. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.


Jamie Robson, PTA

Jamie Robson is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. Because of his own physical rehabilitation, Jamie was inspired to make a personal career change and graduated from Concorde Career College in 2014. He began his career in geriatrics at a skilled nursing facility, where he was responsible for short-term and long-term patient care. He is currently providing treatment in a private practice setting. When away from the office, Jamie enjoys spending time with his wife, Melissa, and son, Hughes. In the fall they enjoy watching SEC football, and in the summer they like to spend their free time at the beach!


Madison Dye, OTR/L

Madison received her Masters of Science degree in occupational therapy at Belmont University and is registered with the National Board of Certification in Occupational Therapy. She has worked and completed fieldwork in a variety of settings such as schools, acute care hospitals, outpatient pediatrics, and inpatient rehabilitation facility. Madison currently treats from birth to 21, with a primary focus on helping children and their families be as independent as possible. She has experience working with children of various diagnoses and specializes in those with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, developmental delay, and traumatic injuries. Outside of work, she loves traveling and spending time outdoors with her husband, Danton.


Jordan Weeden, COTA/L

Jordan received her undergraduate degree in kinesiology from Mississippi State University before attending Holmes community college for occupational therapy assistant school. She is certified by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy and began her career in a skilled nursing facility before transitioning to work with children. She has a passion for kids and helping them achieve their goals through client-centered treatment. In her spare time, she enjoys being outdoors rock climbing, being at the lake, and teaching color guard at a local high school.