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Amy Tyler Krings, MA, CCC-SLP

​​​​​Amy Tyler KringsResearch Assistant: Infant Language Development Laboratory

Education:

​​The University of Iowa

  • MA in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Nebraska Teaching Certification, PreK-12

​​St. Louis University

  • BS in Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Minor in Special Education

Certifications:

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP), ASHA
  • Nebraska License, Department of Health & Human Services: Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Nebraska Teaching Certification, Speech-Language Pathology, Preschool-Grade 12
  • It Takes Two to Talk®: Hanen Certification
  • Mind in the Making: Seven Skills Series Certification
  • Mind in the Making: Educator Series Certification
  • Nebraska Department of Education: Routines Based Interview Certification

Professional Affiliations:

  • ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association)
  • NSLHA (Nebraska Speech-Language-Hearing Association)

Areas of Expertise/Interests:

  • Preschool Assessment, Education & Curriculum: Reggio Emilia Approach, The Creative Curriculum, Teaching Strategies GOLD, HighScope, Conscious Discipline
  • Parent-Infant: Routines Based Interviews and It Takes Two to Talk®: Making Hanen Happen
  • Aural Rehabilitation and Speech Language Development of Children (Birth – 6)
  • Cochlear Implants: Candidacy, Evaluations, Listening Sessions for Children and Adults
  • Auditory Consultant Resource Network Contributor
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)

Representative Publications:

Keli M, Domina A, Ver-Maas-Lee J, Tyler Krings A. Facilitating communication for students with disabilities. Early Intervention & School Special Interest Section Quarterly; 2014 Dec; 21(4): 1-4.

Moeller MP, McCleary E, Putman C, Tyler Krings A, Hoover B, Stelmachowicz P. Longitudinal development of phonology and morphology in children with late-identified mild-moderate sensorineural hearing loss. Ear Hear; 2010 Oct;31(5):625-635.

Tyler Krings, A. (2015). Journey of a speech-language pathologist: A diary for Leilani. In C. Edwards & C. Carotta (Eds.), Listening to children, seeing possibilities: Stories from a Reggio-inspired inquiry circle at Boys Town National Research Hospital,​ p. 34-45. Omaha, NE: Boys Town National Research Hospital.