Speech & Go was originally created as a companion site for our first children's book, When the World Stayed Home, which was published in 2020 to help children understand the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic and create opportunities for reflection and honest discussion. We wanted to provide parents and caregivers with access to free activities to do at home with their children during the pandemic. As the worldwide situation evolves, our hope is that educators, therapists, and parents alike can continue to use this resource as a virtual grab-and-go experience to find free, fun, and stimulating resources to do with kids in their care.
Julianne is a medical speech-language pathologist, author, wife, and proud mom of two toddlers and an English bulldog. She works at two hospitals in NY, where she specializes in feeding/swallowing and communication disorders across the lifespan. Julianne likes cooking, discovering fun and creative activities to do with her kids, and the outdoors.
M.S., CF-SLP, TSSLD-BE
Kaylee is a bilingual school-based speech-language pathologist (English and Spanish) and illustrator who currently lives in West Harlem, NYC. When she isn't working as a clinical fellow in the public school system, illustrating, or creating activities she enjoys camping, hiking, and knitting.