Our Team


Stacey Carroll, M.A, CCC/SLP/L

Speech-Language Pathologist


Autism Spectrum Disorders
Language-Literacy Disorders,
Early Language Development


Bachelor’s Degree:  B.S., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL
Master’s Degree:  M.A., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL
Licensure:  Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, Speech-Language Pathology Early Intervention Credential, American Speech Language Hearing Association Credential

Stacey began her career as a speech-language pathologist in 2004, and has worked primarily with pediatrics in a variety of settings. She has experience working in private clinics, public schools, therapeutic schools, early intervention (birth through age three) and also worked as part of an interdisciplinary diagnostic team evaluating children between the ages of three and eighteen. As a speech-language pathologist, Stacey has evaluated, created treatment plans and implemented speech-language therapy for children demonstrating communication impairments in the areas of speech sound production, fluency (stuttering), pragmatics (social language), expressive language and receptive language.

Throughout her career, Stacey has worked with children diagnosed with apraxia, articulation disorders, attention deficit disorders, auditory processing disorders, autism spectrum disorders, cognitive impairments, dyslexia, expressive language impairments, hearing impairments, phonological disorders, receptive language impairments, and stuttering in addition to a variety of genetic disorders and syndromes. Stacey strongly believes that children benefit most from a multi-disciplinary approach and has collaborated with a variety of professionals, including psychologists, occupational therapists, developmental therapists, physical therapists, social workers, and teachers to help children reach their full potential. She also feels that family plays an essential role in the evaluation and treatment plan for each child.

Stacey earned her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language Hearing Association in 2005. She is an active member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association and is currently licensed as a speech language pathologist in the State of Illinois. In addition, she holds a Type 72 Illinois public school certification and is certified as Early Intervention specialist in the State of Illinois.

Special interests include autism spectrum disorders, language-literacy disorders, and early language development. In her free time, Stacey enjoys reading, spending time with her family, cooking and biking.


By working together in one collaborative environment, patients and families benefit from a higher level of listening, bridging and sharing.


With a long history of caring for children and teens in an inclusive manner, family is rooted in the MiraCare continuum of care.