Speak Eazy Apps LLC

Speak Eazy Apps LLC USA

History of the Speak Eazy Apps

page2-img1

Speak Eazy Apps was founded in NY in 2013

Speak Eazy Apps was founded by Pamela Mandell M.S. CCC-SLP, a certified speech-language pathologist with over 16 years of experience specializing in the field of early intervention.

The goal of Speak Eazy Apps is to create technology that facilitates speech and language learning during parent/child and educator/child interactions. The apps we create are meant to be shared and jointly attended to by both the adult and the child to maximize the learning environment. Children learn communication skills best during joint routines in which the adult and the child engage in meaningful activities together.

E-Learning department staff:

Maxi Monkey
Director of E-Learning
Likes bananas and all food
Freddy Frog
Assistant Director of E-Learning
Likes to jump and eat bugs
Marty Macaw
E-Learning Counselor
Likes to flap his wings and help people

Our Mission

Speak Eazy Apps is dedicated to improving the communication skills of toddlers, preschoolers, children with special needs and young English language learners. We develop educational mobile applications that are intrinsically motivating, functional and highly interactive. Children engage in active learning to improve their ability to learn new vocabulary and early concepts in fun and meaningful ways.

Pamela Mandell

Pamela Mandell M.S. CCC-SLP, is a certified speech-language pathologist specializing in the field of early intervention and preschool language. She has had over 16 years of experience providing services for babies, toddlers and preschoolers who have been diagnosed with a speech, language and/or feeding delay.

As a professional trained in oral motor, feeding, and PROMPT therapies, her clients have included children with autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, childhood apraxia of speech, DiGeorge syndrome, Down syndrome, feeding disorders, Fragile X syndrome, hearing impairment, seizure disorders, specific language impairment, speech sound disorders, spinal muscular atrophy and Williams syndrome.

Pamela also serves on the advisory board of the Williams Syndrome Changing Lives Foundation, a non-profit organization centered on increasing Williams syndrome awareness and increasing education for families, the public, physicians and therapists.