Nicole Ludwig, M.S., CCC-SLP has been a speech-language pathologist for 10 years and has been at ACCESS for more than three years. Nicole is currently part of the ACCESS Academy therapy team serving clients in the Upper 2 classroom. She enjoys teaching her students functional life skills both at school and in the community. Nicole believes that a team approach is the most productive and efficient way to teach the skills our clients need to succeed after graduating from ACCESS. Nicole and the Upper 2 team have implemented a variety of life skill activities, including the school store, coffee cart, sandwich shop, and lunch delivery, in order to provide clients the opportunity to practice their skills in a variety of real-life, functional settings.
Prior to joining ACCESS, Nicole worked for an outpatient clinic in the Little Rock area with kids birth to 18 years of age. She holds a Masters of Science from the University of Arkansas. Nicole is certified in The Dubard Association Method and has attended the SOS Approach to Feeding training. Nicole's favorite part of ACCESS is the focus on a team approach and watching her clients succeed in the community.
When she is not working, Nicole enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband and two kids.