Our Mission / Who We Are

Let's Communicate, Inc. is a privately owned Georgia Pediatric Therapy Clinic located in Winder Georgia. We have been serving our community and surrounding counties since 2004, empowering children and their families to live their best lives. We are proud to offer personalized Speech and Occupational therapy services that are tailored to each child’s needs addressing a wide range of diagnosis.



Heather Whaley MA, CCC-SLP Owner/President

Heather is a registered and licensed master's level pediatric Speech Language Pathologist. She graduated from the University of Georgia in 1998 and then went to pursue a master's degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Heather has worked in the pediatric arena since 2001. Her experiences and love for children has led her into a career as a pediatric speech language pathologist as well as owning and operating her own pediatric therapy company, Let's Communicate Inc, established in 2004.

Heather has worked in many settings to include the public school system, home health/early intervention, and private practice. Heather is a current member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) as well as the Georgia Speech and Hearing Associaiton (GSHA). Heather's main source of satisfaction is developing a close relationship with her clients and families and being able to reap the rewards of his/her progress.

Heather enjoys spending time with her family to include two young children of her own. She also enjoys exercising, traveling, and being outdoors.


Jill Hollis MA, CCC-SLP Speech Therapist

Jill Hollis is a native of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. She has had the opportunity to live in various states including Pennsylvania, Florida, and Georgia. She was inspired to become a speech-language pathologist after watching her uncle struggle with a lifelong fluency disorder.

Jill graduated with her bachelor’s, master’s, and specialist’s degrees in speech-language pathology from the University of Georgia. She is an ASHA certified and Georgia licensed speech-language pathologist who has been practicing since 2003. She has experience working with children with a variety of needs including articulation disorders, phonological disorders, developmental apraxia of speech, receptive/expressive language disorders, autism spectrum disorders, voice disorders, hearing impairments, and cognitive impairments in the public school system as well as in pediatric private practice. She is a member of the Georgia Speech-Language Hearing Association (GSHA), American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), and the Georgia Organization of School Speech-Language Pathologists (GOSSLP).

Jill lives in Dacula with her husband, 2 children, and their dog. She enjoys spending time with her family, music, shopping, traveling, and sports.

Angie Peavy Ed.S, CCC-SLP Speech Therapist

Angie Peavy is a registered and licensed Speech Language Pathologist. She graduated with her bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia, a master’s degree from Columbus State University and an Educational Specialist Degree from Lincoln Memorial. She has over 30 years experience working with children and adults. She has experience working with articulation disorders, phonological disorders, developmental apraxia of speech, receptive/expressive language disorders, autism spectrum disorders, voice disorders, hearing impairments, cochlear implants and cognitive impairments in the public school system as well as pediatric and adult private practice. She is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), and the Georgia Organization of School Speech-Language Pathologists (GOSSLP).

Angie lives in Walton County with her husband. She has 4 children and 2 grandchildren. She is a big UGA Bulldog fan. She enjoys spending time with her family, singing/music, mentoring and working with underprivileged children and adults, working in her church, shopping and traveling.



Erica White M.Ed, OTR/L Occupational Therapist

Erica is a registered and licensed master’s level occupational therapist. She graduated from Brenau University in 2013 with a masters in occupational therapy. She has worked in the pediatric arena since she graduated, and previously worked with children as she taught high school in Gwinnett County schools for 5 years. Erica’s love of children, drive for creativity, and experiencing a close friend of the family having a brain tumor drove her to her current career path.

Erica has experience working with children with a wide array of differences including Down’s syndrome, cerebral palsy, sensory processing disorders, autism, mitochondrial disorders, and many more. She enjoys collaborating with families to help their children better participate in their daily activities. Erica lives close by with her husband and two young children.

She enjoys spending time with family and getting the opportunity to engage in outdoor activities.


Bekah Hundeby M.Ed, OTR/L Occupational Therapist

Bekah attended the University of Georgia and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree as well as a certificate in Disability Studies. She then earned her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy degree at Brenau University. She completed her clinical fieldworks at the Atlanta VA Hospital and at Emory’s Neurological Rehabilitation program. She has experience working with children with a variety of diagnoses, such as autism, Down syndrome, ADHD, sensory processing disorder, and neurodegenerative disorders.

Bekah lives nearby with her husband and 2 black Labradors, Puffin and Karma. She is a volunteer with Therapy Dogs International and makes visits in the community with her dog Puffin. She also is currently raising a puppy to be an assistance dog for a person with a visual impairment or a veteran with a disability through the Guide Dog Foundation and America’s VetDogs.



Sarah Olney M.Ed, CCC-SLP Speech Therapist

Sarah is originally from the Chicago area, and graduated with her Bachelor’s from the University of Wisconsin-Madison before moving south. She then graduated from the University of Georgia with her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She is an ASHA certified and Georgia licensed speech-language pathologist and has been practicing since 2016. Sarah has worked in a variety of settings, including: elementary and middle schools, acute care hospitals, and pediatric clinics.

She has experience working with children with articulation disorders, autism spectrum disorders, expressive/receptive language disorders, fluency disorders, traumatic brain injuries, voice disorders, and many more. She is a member of the Georgia Speech-Language Hearing Association (GSHA) as well as the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Sarah enjoys working closely with children and their families to improve their functional communication skills.

Sarah currently lives in Athens, GA; she enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, exercising, and traveling.



Nicole Johnson M.S, CCC-SLP Speech Therapist

Nicole graduated with her bachelor's and master's in speech-language pathology from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Ga. She is an ASHA certified and Georgia licensed speech-language pathologist who has been practicing since 2011.

She has experience working with children with a variety of needs including articulation disorders, phonological disorders, developmental apraxia of speech, receptive/expressive language disorders, autism spectrum disorders, voice disorders, hearing impairments, and cognitive impairments in the public school system as well as in pediatric private practice. She is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA).

Nicole lives in Jefferson with her husband, dog and cat. She enjoys archery, gardening, cooking and hiking.



Rachel Cowart M.Ed, CCC-SLP Speech Therapist

Rachel Cowart is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She graduated from the University of Georgia in 2015 with a Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Rachel has worked exclusively with the pediatric population in both the school and private settings. She has experience helping children with a variety of disorders including articulation and phonological disorders, receptive/expressive language disorders, fluency, autism spectrum, Down’s syndrome, hearing and visual impairments, traumatic brain injury, and cerebral palsy. Rachel lives in Statham with her husband, Josh.

She enjoys antiquing, home renovation projects, reading, traveling and spending time with family.



Lindsey Sanders M.Ed, OTR/L Occupational Therapist

Lindsey is a registered and licensed master’s level occupational therapist. She graduated from Brenau University in 2013 with a master’s in Occupational Therapy. She previously worked as a high school science teacher and girls basketball coach in Gwinnett County for five years and following graduation from OT school, worked with older adults in several assisted living facilities.

Lindsey has experience helping children with a wide range of disorders including sensory processing disorder, ADHD, cerebral palsy, TBI, developmental delay, Smith Magenis Syndrome, autism and many more. She is grateful for the opportunity to work closely with children and the families to promote improved independence and participation in home, school and community settings. Lindsey currently lives close by with her husband, and three young children.

She enjoys activities outside, playing with her children and spending time with family and friends.



Testimonials

  My son has had speech therapy with Mrs.Anna and occupational therapy with Mrs.Erica , and he's a completely changed kid. He went from barely speaking clearly to now speaking full sentences clearly . The atmosphere and the love put out at this office is truly amazing. They're so welcoming , and reassuring.

  We absolutely LOVE all the wonderful people here!! My son adores Anna and still talks about her to this day! Ya'll are extremely talented and great at what you do!

  Erica is amazing! My son loves his visits with her.

  These ladies so care for our kids they are the best

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