A school based Speech Language Pathologist formulates individualized lesson plans and goals for students who are seen individually or in small groups. Specific skills are targeted to improve the student’s articulation, voice, fluency, language skills, problem solving and reasoning skills, auditory processing and listening skills, and social skills.


Allison Biggers

I’m the Speech Language Pathologist at RIS (along with RJHS and Crawford Elementary). I love any opportunity to help kids communicate in a way that makes them feel heard and understood. I graduated with my Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Ouachita Baptist University in 2019 and received my Master’s degree in Speech Pathology at the University of Central Arkansas in 2021. In my free time I enjoy traveling, spending time outdoors, and filling my flea market booth at Funky Town Mall!