Chelsey Pfeiffer is a licensed speech-language pathologist for the Lower 3 classroom at ACCESS Academy. She joined the therapy team in the fall of 2020. Chelsey graduated from the Univeristy of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2017 and has been servicing children in the central Arkansas area since. She has experience in early identification, autism spectrum disorder, feeding/swallowing, and pediatric brain injury. Chelsey is passionate about helping children improve their communication and feedings skills in order for them to live full and functional lives.
Chelsey's area of interests include brain injury and feeding/swallowing. Chelsey currently services clients at the ACCESS Academy who have oral motor impairements and feeding difficulties. She has received trainings including SOS, Food Science, and Talk Tools OPT L1, and uses a variety of other multisensory interventions to help children improve their oral motor and feedings skills.
Chelsey's favorite part about working for ACCESS is the positive team approach to helping clients while making therapy and learning functional. This approach allows children to make considerable improvements in all areas.
In Chelsey's spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son, cooking, and reading.