Mae Timmons, MS/CCC, BRS-FD, ASHA certified Speech Language Pathologist, the owner of Cape Cod Speech and Language, has over 25 years of experience in communication disorders. Mae earned her Bachelor of Science in Speech Pathology and Audiology while attending the College of New Jersey and Leicester Polytechnic in England. She received her Master of Science in Speech Pathology from Boston University. In addition to holding the American Speech and Hearing Association’s highest credential, the Certificate of Clinical Competence,
Mae is a Board Recognized Specialist in Fluency Disorders; she holds dual Massachusetts Department of Education certification in Speech Language as well as in Instructional Technology; she holds licensure in the states of Massachusetts and California; she is a member of American Speech Language Hearing Association, the Stuttering Foundation of America, Massachusetts Computer Educators, the International and the U.S. Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, and has recently been a reviewer, trainer and presenter for the Massachusetts Department of Education’s statewide reading initiative, the Baystate Readers Program. Mae has been a long time consultant to the May Institute’s flagship program in Chatham, Massachusetts, the May Center for Child Development.
Maes experience providing speech and language
services to children has included hospital, home health care, rehabilitation center,
trauma centers, public and private school settings. She has been engaged in private practice
on Cape Cod since 1987. Her areas of specialty include language based learning disabilities,
fluency, educational technology and neurologically based communication disorders. Her research
in the area of recovery following traumatic brain injury has been published in professional
journals. She has presented at numerous regional, state, and national conferences, as well as
in Canada, Mexico and England within her areas of expertise.
Tutors and therapists are selected to work at Cape Cod Speech and Language based upon their certification, areas of expertise and experience with children and families. All tutors hold Massachusetts teaching certificates, and frequently have advanced training in specific instructional and reading programs. All therapists selected hold a minimum of a Masters Degree in Communication Disorders, as well as the American Speech and Hearing Association’s Certificate of Clinical Competence. At Cape Cod Speech and Language, we are very committed to mentoring and supervision in the field of speech language pathology.
Each summer we host high achieving undergraduate and graduate level volunteer interns from who are studying at top schools across the country, including Boston University, University of Connecticut, Northeastern University, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Loyola, University of New Hampshire, and University of Rochester.
Our interns, studying in fields as diverse as speech language pathology, audiology, psycholinguistics, psychology and American Sign Language, gain valuable observation hours while assisting our therapy and office staff. Clinicians completing their Clinical Fellowship Year receive intensive supervision by licensed and certified staff well in excess of American Speech and Hearing Association recommendations to insure a high quality of service to our families and solid theoretical training for our first year Clinical Fellows.