11030 5th Ave. NE Ste. B, Seattle, WA 98125
(206) 522-6464

At PSL, we work with children ages 6 months and up. We have been providing speech-language services for children and their families since 2001.

We specialize in:

 • Motor speech disorders (articulation disorders, apraxia, etc.)
 • Language disorders and language delays, including "late talkers"
 • Autism Spectrum Disorders
 • Augmentative communication (speech output devices, picture exchange/PECS, etc.)
 • Preverbal communication delay in infants and toddlers

We have experience with children from various cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

Research shows that speech-language treatment helps children with delays and disorders communicate better. Even children who are not talking yet can benefit from speech-language intervention. The earlier a child begins treatment, the better the outcome will be.

A major goal of each treatment session is establishing a social connection with the child while having lots of fun! Each child's treatment plan is individualized for maximum progress on communication goals.

Shelly Gramza, M.A., CCC-SLP, PC has been practicing as a speech-language pathologist in the greater Seattle area since 1997. She started Pacific Speech and Language in 2001. Shelly received her Master’s degree (M.A.) from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. In graduate school, Shelly was trained under a special grant to provide services to children and families from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. She holds a Washington state license and a Certificate of Clinical Competence in speech-language pathology (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She is also PROMPT certified (PC).

Stephanie Adam, M.A., CCC-SLP received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA. She has been practicing speech-language pathology in the Seattle area since 2011. She is trained in PROMPT at the Bridging (2nd) Level. Stephanie is also trained in PODD (Pragmatic Organization Dynamic Display) for augmentative-alternative communication (AAC) and the Hanen "It Takes Two to Talk" program. Her professional interests include language disorders and delays, neurodevelopmental disorders, AAC, motor speech and articulation, and reading difficulties.