It is our mission to support our patients and the community through holistically-minded practices.
Our team is a group of highly trained professionals who work with patients and their families to improve their quality of life by bettering communication and supporting airway health.
We are unique in that we are located in a multi-disciplinary office complex that allows families to receive treatment in a safe, family-centered environment.
Our goal is to take our patients from
My daughter is now graduated from speech. I know she is going to miss it. The rest of the office staff is professional, friendly & warm. I want to thank everyone for being so Amazing! I will recommend Nolan Speech & Language Centers to everyone.” –Laura
Mandy started working jointly for NSLC and Creating Wellness after moving to the area in summer 2013. She wears many hats at the office, but dedicates most of her time working on office organization and efficiency. She hopes to help evolve the office and prepare for future expansion.
Jennifer is one of the smiling faces you see when you first walk in the office. She is here to help with scheduling your appointments, collecting payments, and answering any questions you may have.
Nichole graduated from St. Ambrose University in Iowa with a Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology. She specializes in orofacial myofunctional disorders and reflex integration. She has experience working with pediatrics in both the school and private practice setting, as well as adults and geriatrics in private practice and skilled nursing facilities.
Nichole strives to use a holistic approach to speech and language intervention, which is why she has gained training in Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration programming. Additionally, she is trained in the AEIOU approach to pediatric feeding, as well as craniosacral therapy from the Upledger Institute. Her current career goals include becoming an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and feeding specialist for the pediatric population. Nichole believes that personal growth never ends and is passionate about continuing her learning to help you grow and achieve your own personal goals.
Keisha is the owner of Nolan Speech & Language Center. She is an experienced speech-language pathologist and is often referred to as “Awesome Keisha!” In addition to being a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist, she is also a certified orofacial myologist and has training in Craniosacral Therapy. Keisha teaches at the University of Detroit School of Dentistry and enjoys guest speaking at local hospitals.
The focus of her career has been with the pediatric population in both clinical and school-based settings. She has a wide variety of experience with all disorders and is a life-long learner. Her continuing education coursework includes training in iLS (Intergrated Listening Systems), Social Thinking, P.R.O.M.T., Hanen, and an on-line course in Floortime/DIR principals and assessments, to name a few. Keisha is a compassionate, dedicated, energetic, and knowledgeable speech-language pathologist with a strong desire to help improve the lives of others. She believes in partnering with parents to educate them on their child’s disorder and providing them with resources to help improve their child’s communication skills.
Leah is a two-time alumna from Central Michigan University where she received a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology and her undergraduate studies included a concentration in American Sign Language. She is dedicated to serving individuals across the lifespan and has primarily worked in private practice settings.
Leah's past experiences focused on engaging with individuals with language disorders, articulation disorders, autism spectrum disorder, a variety of swallowing disorders, and people who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems She strives to integrate functional and play-based therapy to ensure treatment is effective and enjoyable. Collaboration is a vital aspect to services and Leah is dedicated to ensuring parents, caretakers, and your healthcare team are included while working toward treatment goals.