CCC-Speech Language Pathologist
Potter has published in national and international journals in the areas of speech and language impairments in children with galactosemia and pediatric oral and manual strength and force regulation. She collaborates with researchers throughout the U.S. and internationally on inborn errors of metabolism. She serves as a reviewer for professional and scientific journals.
- Ph.D. in Communicative Disorders, University of Wisconsin, Madison
- M.S. in Communication Disorders, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
- B.S. in Speech Pathology, Minnesota State University, Mankato
- Motor Speech Disorders
- Behavior Management
- Neuropathologies of Language
- Galactosemia (a rare inborn error of metabolism)
- Pediatric motor speech disorders (childhood apraxia of speech & dysarthria)
- Dysphagia (swallowing disorders)
- Potter, N.L. (In press). Commentary on phonological development in Very Low Birth weight Children. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology.
- Potter, N.L., Short, R. (2009). Maximal Tongue Strength in Typically Developing Children. Dysphagia. Online First.
- Potter, N.L., Kent, R.D., Lazarus, J.A. (2009). Oral and Manual Force Control in Preschool-Aged Children: Is There Evidence for Common Control? Journal of Motor Behavior. 41(1): 66-82.
- Potter, N.L., Lazarus, J.A., Johnson, J.M., Steiner, R.D., Shriberg, L.D. (2008). Correlates of Language Impairment in Children with Galactosaemia. Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease, 31(4): 524-32.
- Potter, N.L., Kent, R.D., Lindstrom, M.A., Lazarus, J.A. (2006). Power and Precision Grip Force Control in Three-to-five-year-old Children: Velocity Control Precedes Amplitude Control in Development. Experimental Brain Research. 172(2):246-60.
Dr. Potter is a volunteer with the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease) Association.
Questions? Contact Dr. Potter.