Director



Lynn Carahaly, MA, CCC-SLP - founder and owner of Foundations Developmental House, LLC

Lynn Carahaly, M.A., CCC-SLP

Lynn Carahaly, M.A., CCC-SLP is the owner and director of Foundations Developmental House, LLC located in both Chandler/Gilbert, Arizona. Lynn received her Bachelor's and Master's degree from The Ohio State University and is pursuing her Ph.D. in the field of Speech Language Pathology. Lynn is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association, the National Coalition on Auditory Processing Disorders, and the Learning Disabilities Association of America.

Her area of expertise is with the treatment of Apraxia of Speech, Auditory Processing Disorders, related disorders and learning disabilities. Lynn Carahaly is a published researcher and has authored several articles on the topic of Auditory Processing Disorders and Speech and Language Disorders. She is also the developer of The Speech-EZ® Apraxia Program.

Foundations Developmental House is a research site for various standardized testing tools. FDH has an educational affiliation with several state universities through their Speech and Hearing Departments and provides clinical supervision and practicum support for Master's level and CFY clinicians.

She is very passionate about the environment and is dedicated to providing a healthy space for children to grow and learn. Lynn is a member of the Phoenix Green Chamber of Commerce as well as the Chandler Chamber of Commerce in which she co-chairs the Chandler Chamber Green Lead Group.





Lynn Carahaly, MA, CCC-SLP - founder and owner of Foundations Developmental House, LLC

Jeremy Legaspi, M.S, CCC-SLP

Jeremy Legaspi, M.S, CCC-SLP, received his B.S. from Arizona State University in 2003 and his M.S. from Northern Arizona University in 2005. He is licensed by the state of Arizona and a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association. Jeremy has extensive experience assessing and treating children with a variety of communication disorders.

He specializes in autism, early intervention, AAC, sensory based feeding disorders, and speech disorders, including phonological disorders, articulation disorders, and childhood apraxia of speech.

In striving to provide the most up-to-date treatment, some of his continuing education courses have included: The Speech-EZĀ® Apraxia Program, Picture Exchange Communication System-Level 1, Hanen: It Takes Two to Talk, and Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S) Approach to feeding.