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Meet the Staff

All therapists at Speak-Easy are licensed by the State of Missouri Board of Healing Arts and maintain their Certificate of Clinical Competency from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

Danielle Schwartz, MA CCC-SLP

Daniell SchwartzDanielle has been providing speech therapy services in mid-Missouri since 2000. She received her Master’s degree in Communication Disorders from Truman State University. Danielle started her career in the hospital setting, treating patients of all ages and disorders from birth to geriatrics. Danielle used her wide range of clinical experiences and expertise to found Speak-Easy in 2007. Since establishing her company, Danielle has worked in the school, home health, and private practice settings. Danielle specializes in working with children and adults with developmental disabilities; augmentative communication; tongue thrust; and children with speech, language, and reading delays. 

Vickie Lyskowski, MA CCC-SLP

Vickie LyskowskiVickie has been providing speech therapy in the Mid-Missouri area since 2001. She graduated from the University of Kansas with her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Vickie has experience in the clinical, school and home settings; working with a wide range of developmental and neurological disorders. Therapy experience includes articulation, social skills training, reading, receptive and expressive language, and functional communication. She has particular interest in augmentative-alternative communication and developmental disabilities.

Rose Ann Dussold MHS, CCC-SLP

Rose Ann DussoldRose Ann has been providing speech/language therapy services in the mid-Missouri area since 1984. She received her Masters of Health Science in Speech Pathology from University of Missouri-Columbia. She has experience working with preschoolers through young adults in the public school, private school, and State School settings. Her professional passions include working with clients to resolve articulation/phonological disorders, expressive and receptive language disorders, utilizing AAC devices to expand communication skills, auditory processing difficulties, and dementia education.