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Nancy Forde is a Speech Language Pathologist who obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, IN and Master of Health Science degree from Governors State University, IL. Ms. Forde is passionate about all areas of speech, but particularly early language development, special education, complex communication needs and AAC (augmentative/alternative communication). Ms. Forde has experience working in the public school system with all ages but specializes primarily in Early Childhood, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Low-Incidence populations. Additionally, Ms. Forde has worked in acute care, private practice, and as an adjunct professor. Ms. Forde is currently obtaining her Clinical Doctorate of Speech Language Pathology from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professionals and looks forward to helping all students cultivate a love of lifelong learning. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her husband, son and their family and friends. Ms. Forde also loves cooking, traveling, and finding new coffee shops and outdoor patios in the city.