Lacey Miller M.S, CF-SLP
Lacey Miller is a speech-language pathologist who grew up in northeast Missouri, receiving her bachelor's degree in psychology at Truman State University. After moving to Tucson in 2005, she began serving infants and toddlers with developmental delays contracting with the Division of Developmental Disabilities, directing the Arizona Early Intervention Program, and participating in the Smooth Way Home task force supporting fragile infants in the NICU transition home with developmental support services. After 10 years, she returned to school and received her master's degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of Arizona. She joined Mealtime Connections in 2017 specializing in pediatric dysphagia, speech, and language support with interest in pursuing further education in lactation consultation. Outside of work, Lacey is a busy wife, mother to three children, and is active in her church.