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Hi, y’all! My name is Andi Putt and I am the pediatric speech-language pathologist behind Mrs Speechie P. In 2017, I started Mrs. Speechie P as a personal blog from a middle of the night idea to help parents support their children at home. While this has morphed into something I never dreamed possible (like a small business!) - my main calling in this endeavor remains to be in supporting families. Autism is an area of interest for me as I specialize in Autism evaluation. Plus Autistic children are my very favorite kids to work with! I am a huge supporter of the Neurodiversity movement and consider myself a disability advocate and am Neurodivergent myself.

I live in Texas with my husband, son, and bonus sons. We are pretty big homebodies but also love to travel, especially to the beach! I enjoy hanging out in my PJs (hence my PJ pic!), reading, watching movies, and sleeping- I’d love to say I was more interesting before kids, but I was always this way! 


I received my bachelor's degree in Psychology and Child Learning and Development from the University of Texas at Dallas. Right before I graduated, I decided I wanted to be a Speech-Language Pathologist - even though I didn’t fully understand what it was! In December 2008, I received my Master's Degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Texas at Dallas and began working in the school and private practice settings. Since then, I’ve worked with children from 18 months to 21 years of age with a variety of communication needs.


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Hi friends! My name is Lexi Kammer and I am Mrs. Speechie P’s niece and helper. I am so excited you have landed on this website & I hope we are able to help you grow! I am currently a college student who will soon graduate with a degree in Health Science. After graduation, I plan to attend the my church's Leadership Academy and hope to pursue youth ministry. You can usually find me spending time with family and friends or outside in the sun. I grew up playing soccer, basketball, and volleyball, but chose to stick to soccer for college ball. After high school graduation, I had planned to apply to nursing school and play collegiate soccer, but sadly that was short-lived. 

In the fall of 2016, I fell chronically ill to Lyme Disease. I am thankful for the progress I have made over the years, and am looking to reach remission soon. Battling Lyme has truly made me strong and courageous, and has given me the opportunity to help others also battling chronic illnesses. In the future, I hope to create a non-profit organization that aids in funding treatments for patients who are in need of assistance. I am beyond blessed for this opportunity to help Mrs. Speechie P reach its full potential. Andi is extremely passionate about helping parents support their children and definitely has the wisdom to do so. It is my hope and prayer that we are able to provide just what you are looking for.

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