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Jamie Fox,

MA, CCC-SLP/L

Jamie is a true Illini, born and raised in Illinois and attended University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign for her undergraduate degree and Northern Illinois University for her Master's degree. Jamie was drawn to the field of Speech-Language Pathology because of her interest in child development and working with families.  She enjoys working with different varieties of clients where she gets to use evidence-based practice in various therapy methods. She has experience working in private and public schools, hospitals and multi-disciplinary clinics.

Jamie enjoys learning and exploring the areas of apraxia, autism spectrum disorders, feeding impairments, cognitive-communication skills and social skills. She has received further education in baby signs, Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach to feeding and Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI). Jamie loves working at Pediatric Interactions because of the strong team atmosphere, relationships built with families and commitment to community involvement and continuing education. She believes that all of the therapists have diverse areas of specialties that help make a unified team and good quality of care. Outside of the clinic, Jamie loves the outdoors, including boating, long walks with her dogs, entertaining, cooking and visiting family and friends  with her husband and two young children.

Matai has really flourished by working with Jamie and (his other therapist). Please keep up the great work!! 8/25/2016
Love love love Jamie Fox. 5/15/2012
Both of my boys have received therapy at Pediatric Interactions and have made amazing progress. Jamie Fox is a fabulous therapist who stays updated on the most recent therapy techniques, keeps me as a parent educated on my son’s treatment plan and makes his therapy FUN! 4/30/2012
Jamie Fox and the OT in the social prg class on Wed’s at 5pm are fantastic. Lane is also great with her techniques and wanting the parents to know what she is doing and how she is working on the goals. Thanks! 4/27/2012