Tait Anderson


Tait completed his undergraduate education at the University of Minnesota with his Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences in 2013. He continued with his education at the U of M in their graduate program receiving his Master of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology. He completed several practicum placements while attending the U of M, including working within the Julia M. Davis Speech and Hearing center, North Memorial’s Intensive Aphasia Program, MNCAN Aphasia Conversational Groups, Fraser-Minneapolis, and at University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. Throughout those experiences, he had opportunities to work primarily with children who have autism, those who have challenges with feeding, early language intervention, and other medically complex children with various speech and language needs. He loves the opportunity he has a speech-language therapist to help his clients build their foundational skills in speech and language in order to help them reach their greatest potential in all other areas of their life. Tait believes in the importance of family involvement and carryover of therapy into the home environment in order help achieve the greatest degree of success in conjunction with therapy conducted in the clinic

  • Social Thinking: Teaching Social Thinking to Early Learners Through Stories and Play-Based Activities (Oct. 2016)
  • Zones of Regulation: A Curriculum Designed to Foster Self-Regulation and Emotional Control (Oct. 2016)
  • Teach Me to Talk: Taking Theory to Floor -Laura Mize (May 2017)
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech: The Kaufman K-SLP Methods and Behavioral Strategies to Build Successful Vocal Communication (Nov. 2018)