Keegan Gallagher, M.S., CCC-SLP
Keegan was raised in the Grand Canyon National Park. She used to imagine that she would one day uncover unknown ruins as an archaeologist. She decided to focus her efforts on children with special needs after far too many years of college and two bachelor’s degrees. She received her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Arizona in 2011. She continued at the University as a research associate and co-instructor in undergraduate and graduate speech disorder courses. Her interest in serving the whole-child while supporting and educating families drew her to Mealtime Connections to pursue her clinical career as a feeding and speech-language therapist. Her professional interests include early childhood language development, augmentative and alternative communication methods, infant and toddler food transitions, and tube transitions. Her free time is spent with her husband and two children exploring the world, enjoying and creating music, and laughing as much as possible.