EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Brittni smiling in the Sensory Gym

Megan Sparger, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Orofacial Myologist

Part of the Emerge Family since 2021

Meg has experience and training in:

  • Social Thinking
  • Zones of Regulation
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communciation (AAC)
  • Talk Tools Assessment and Intervention
  • Beckman Oral Motor
  • SOS Approach to Feeding
  • Melanie Potock – Feeding (It’s Not Just About Swallowing)
  • Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy
  • Interactive Metronome
Speech Language Pathologist Anna Housman posing in a ballerina outfit with a dance baton

Megan “Meg” has been a practicing speech-language pathologist since 2008, after she graduated from the University of North Texas with a Master’s Degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences. Her relevant work experience includes early intervention, school, and clinic-based services for pediatric patients birth to 21 years-old. After practicing across Dallas and Austin, Texas, Meg decided to relocate to North Carolina to be closer to her family. She’s beyond excited to be a part of the Emerge team (since July 2021) and hopes her education and enthusiasm for therapy can serve her new community. Meg has experience with speech and language delays/disorders of all levels, which includes supporting families with alternative and augmentative means of communicating. Recently, Meg completed coursework with the Academy of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy and is an intro level myofunctional therapist. Her continuing education demonstrates a passion for treating disorders of the oral mechanism for more independent, functional feeding and speech development. Meg is associated with ASHA and the AOMT. Additionally, she is a Feeding Matters and a Feed The Peds Myo member. When she’s not working, Meg’s practicing yoga, experimenting in the kitchen, hiking around town with her husband and two dogs, watching scary movies, or exploring new restaurants.