Maeline Barnstable, M.A., CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist; KidScreen Program Coordinator
Maeline Barnstable graduated on the Dean's list from the University of Illinois with a B.S. in Speech and Hearing Science and she holds a Master's Degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Houston. She is certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association in speech pathology. She has worked with individuals with speech, language and swallowing disorders, adults with neurological impairments (i.e. strokes, dementia), as well as with preschool-aged children with developmental delays. Maeline has also been a presenter for inservice training for healthcare staff and the general public.
Juli Brennan, KidScreen Team Professional
Juli Brennan has an AAS degree in Dairy and Food Science and a Minor in Elementary Education from State University of New York at Canton in Canton, New York. She was a teacher's aide with Positive Alternative Preschool for 5 years before joining CHSL as a vision/hearing/speech screener. She became a volunteer/co-coordinator for the "Sensible Screen" held bi-annually at St. Vincent de Paul School during her time as a homemaker.
Taryn Campbell, KidScreen Team Professional, Interactive Metronome, Neurocognitive Services
Taryn Campbell has a degree in psychology from Metropolitain State College of Denver and is currently in the Masters in Counseling program at Regis University. She has worked with children from preschool to high school ages for the past ten years.
Cindy Gladden, KidScreen Program Coordinator
Cindy Gladden is a part-time member of the KidScreen team and has been involved as a childcare professional serving infants and preschoolers. Cindy is the mother of several children with special needs. Prior to joining our team, she spent seven years as a volunteer vision screener.
Janet Nissen, M.A., CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist; KidScreen Team Professional
Janet Nissen graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a bachelors and masters degree in speech pathology in 1974 and 1975 respectively. Janet is trained in the multi-sensory approach to reading, as well as the Wilson Reading Program. She has experience working with children diagnosed with learning disabilities, speech/language disabilities, developmental disabilities, emotional disorders and Asperger's Syndrome. In addition, she has extensive assessment experienced gained as an active member of an interdisciplinary assessment team.
McKenna Pahang started her studies at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as a nursing major and is now currently attends Metropolitan State University. When she is not screening, she dances as part of a competitive dance company and is a camp counselor in the summer. She enjoys spending her time at the Center and working with children.