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Related Service Providers:


In addition to my commitment to the field of music therapy, I strongly believe in and encourage my clients to explore and take full advantage of the wide range of related clinical services available to compliment the work being done in music therapy. Throughout my professional career, I have come to truly appreciate and value the many opportunities I have had in working collaboratively with clinicians in other settings including speech and language, occupational therapy and physical therapy.  Below is a listing of some of the clinicians that I have worked with directly and that I highly recommend for additional direct services and consultation in their area of expertise.  Please check back regularly for updates on this page as I will be constantly expanding my network of related service providers!


Speech and Language Pathologists:






Megan Foran MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Megan Foran is a speech-language pathologist (SLP) in the Boston area with significant experience working with individuals who have a variety of communication disorders. She has primarily worked in public schools, specialized schools, and private practice. Megan enjoys working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum, as well as individuals with Down Syndrome and other developmental disabilities. She has a passion for working with people with multiple disabilities, including those with visual impairments, and helping them to find accessible, functional ways to communicate, including through the implementation of various Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) methods. She also enjoys working with children and adults who stutter.  For more information about Meagan and her speech and language pathology services, please send email inquiry to: 


Lindsey Carapezza, 

Speech-Language Pathologist

Lindsey has worked as a speech pathologist since graduating with her Masters from Boston University in 2005. She originally worked in healthcare before making the transition to work at Perkins School for the Blind. While at Perkins, Lindsey worked closely with the music therapists, often providing co-treatment to encourage language development. Lindsey currently works in the Sudbury Public Schools.  For more information about Lindsey and her speech and language pathology services, please send email inquiry to:




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