Drs. JoQueta Handy & Nancy Singleton- Become the Autism Specialist
JoQueta Handy, PhDc, CCC-SLP founded Speech & Motion, Inc in 1999. JoQueta developed the company around her passion for helping children to be successful learners, no matter their age or severity of delay. Prior to opening Speech & Motion, Inc., JoQueta managed a private practice in New York City, working with critical care infants with feeding problems. She also managed the pediatric outpatient and acute head trauma unit at Staten Island University Hospital in New York. She completed her clinical fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston University Hospital in Voice Science. JoQueta also worked in the Boston Public Schools. She earned a Master’s of Science degree in Speech Pathology from Boston University in 1991 and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tulsa in 1989, and has served on the research staff at Columbia University in New York City. Currently, she lives with her husband and five children in southern California. She continues to work in her private practice, and runs her nonprofit business COB (Children’s Opportunity for Brilliance).
Nancy Singleton is a speaker, consultant, and successful business owner. For over 25 years she has helped numerous businesses increase their income and improve employee relations. She has owned multiple businesses since 1992, mainly focused in the health and wellness industry. Nancy’s forte’ is building systems so her businesses, and that of her clients’ run smoothly. Currently, she co-owns a wellness clinic in Salt Lake City along with a consulting firm for doctors, a website development company, and a handful of related businesses. She is a popular guest speaker with business groups, chiropractic associations, and women’s groups, frequently lecturing on her favorite topic, “headspace.” Her true passion is helping people change their lives and the way they think, so they can reach the goals they set for themselves. She loves to quote Henry Ford’s saying, “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right!”