Heidi Hanks

MS, CCC-SLP

Utah

Heidi Hanks | Utah | Top 100 Speech-Language Pathologists Impacting the Field

Practicing Since

2001

Graduate Program

Utah State University

Therapeutic Focus

Pediatric, in-home; School; Pediatric, clinic; Pediatric research; Creating great software applications for Speech & Language Therapy

Accolades, Award or Notable Achievements

  • 2014 Louis M. DeCarlo Clinical Achievement Award for the contribution Little Bee Speech apps (Articulation Station and Articulation Test Center) have made to the advancement in clinical practice for Speech Language Pathologists
  • 2016 Academic’s Smart Media Award for Articulation Station Pro in recognition of Mind-Building Excellence for a top quality educational product from AcademicsChoice.com

Favorite Quote

“Decisions determine destiny. The world is a very competitive world that will require the very best that you can bring to it, and it will reward you when your best efforts are put forth.” —Thomas S. Monson

Heidi Hanks

MS, CCC-SLP

Utah


“I’m creating new resources for SLPs, parents, and teachers to use to make a difference in the lives of the children they serve.”



About

(From MommySpeechTherapy.com) My name is Heidi Hanks and I’ve been a practicing Speech-Language Pathologist since 2000. Most importantly I am the mother of four wonderful kids, Samuel (14), Sophie (11), our red-headed tornado Sawyer (8) and last but certainly not least, my little Scarlet Rose (5). I have enjoyed every minute of watching them learn, and discover the world around them. I went to school at Utah State University where I completed both my Bachelor’s and my Master’s degrees. After I graduated I started my first job at Kids on the Move, an early intervention program in northern Utah. I worked there until my first child, Sam, was one year old and then I decided it was time to spend a little more time at home with him. I’ve been doing private therapy from my home ever since and it’s been a great transition. I love it! It gives me an opportunity to be a Mom, and still help children. It’s an adventure working with every child and my goal is to continue to learn more and improve my skills as a Speech Therapist so that I can see more of these kids progress and grow in their language development.