Rachel Lowy, MS, CF-SLP
Rachel Lowy, MS, Cf-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist at the UW Autism Center. She received her Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Washington in 2013. Rachel completed her clinical internship at Seattle Children's Autism Center, where she provided therapy focusing on functional communication for children severely impacted by autism. During this program, she also developed an AAC interface used in social skills camps for nonverbal preschool-aged children.
Prior to pursuing Speech-Language Pathology, Rachel worked as a classroom aide in the Project DATA classroom at the Experimental Education Unit, an in-home ABA therapist, and a researcher at the UW Autism Center investigating behavioral and neurophysiological characteristics of families affected by autism.
Rachel provides speech and language evaluations and individual therapy for children on the autism spectrum. Her clinical interests include using AAC, such as iPad-based communication programs and PECS, to increase communication.