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The Clinic

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The Clinic on Heritage

We are proud to offer a waiting room, playroom, four speech therapy rooms, an occupational therapy gym, family bathroom and hi-tech observation room in our clinic space. 


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Playroom

Our rainbow playroom is a great place to observe children interacting with toys and peers prior to or following a speech therapy session. It's also a nice area for siblings of speech clients to wait while brother or sister is working in the speech room. Parents can join in on the fun or observe the play from a large window in the waiting room. 


Waiting Room

Complete with comfy chairs, magazines, cable TV, wifi password and USB outlets, our waiting area is the perfect place to pass the time during speech therapy sessions. You can observe your children playing in the playroom from the waiting room if you choose not to take advantage of our observation room. (See below for more info)


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Family Bathroom

We tried to provide all the creature comforts you might need in our family accessible bathroom. A plush changing table, baby wipes and baggies are provided for your convenience. We also have step stools and a potty seat for our toilet training kiddos. Come on in and "potty like a rock star!"


AGB Speech Therapy Treatment Room

This is where the magic happens! Ashley's treatment room is designed for littles, toddlers, preschoolers and older clients. We can work on fluency as we sit on the fuzzy red carpet, use the blue table while we learn language skills or concentrate on speech sounds at the white table. Mirrors are strategically placed for articulation therapy, and toys and games are accessible for friends to choose and share. Come on in... we'll learn, grow and talk!

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Observation Room

Our hi-tech observation room offers parents an insider's view to the happenings in the therapy room. Progress in speech therapy is dependent on a team approach with loads of practice at home. Use our cameras to watch methods and prompts used by the SLP to reinforce skills at home. Listen in on your child's productions and hold them to the same standards when they practice and you'll see their skills grow along with thier conficence. 

The Clinic on Heritage Team

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Ashley Bonkofsky, MS, CCC-SLP

Ashley Bonkofsky is an American Speech-Language and Hearing Association certified, and PROMPT Bridging trained Speech-Language Pathologist. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2007 and continued to earn her Master of Science degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2009. She has worked in the public school systems of Arkansas, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) in the U.K. and in Utah.

She started AGB Speech Therapy in 2015 and co-founded the Clinic on Heritage in 2017.

Ashley is a proud Air Force spouse and loves spending time with her husband, Grant, their playful cat, Poppy, and their new Corgi puppy, Ein. She has a soft spot in her heart for military families.  

Ashley enjoys reading, singing, and laughing and she adores all things speechie! She creates speech therapy games and materials and sells them at the AGB Speech Therapy online store.

Heather Amann, MS, CCC-SLP

Heather is an American Speech-Language and Hearing Association certified, and PROMPT trained Speech-Language Pathologist. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education from Utah State University in 2009 and her Master of Speech Language Pathology also from Utah State University in 2011. She has worked in Early Intervention and the public school systems in Washington and Utah before opening Better Learning Speech Therapy in 2016 and co-founding the Clinic on Heritage in 2017.

In her free time, Heather enjoys spending time with her husband, Trent and their little dog, Sammy. She loves going to plays, movies,  concerts, traveling, running and painting.

Speech and language disorders are Heather's passion and she loves working with the pediatric population, especially in the realms of speech sound development, narrative interventions and all things syntax  (grammar). 


Nicholas Sidwell, OTR/L

Nicholas Sidwell is a licensed and registered Occupational Therapist. He received his bachelor of Arts from Southern Utah University  in 2006 and a Masters of Science from Touro University Nevada in Henderson, NV in 2008

Nick has worked with pediatrics, in care centers, home health and rehab. Nick received further training as a certified PUSH therapist in 2010.

 He established OT Innovations, LLC in 2012 and joined the Clinic on Heritage in 2017. 

He is a husband and father to three adorable little girls. He enjoys spending time with family, martial arts, fishing and anything outdoors.

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Elizabeth Seis, Office Assistant

Elizabeth holds her BA in Art History from the University of Kansas and will be starting her MA in History at the University of Utah this fall. 

Originally from Kansas, Elizabeth and her Air Force husband are stationed at Hill AFB.

In her free time Elizabeth loves to hang out with her husband,  Michael, & their two cats, Tiger & Lily. She also loves hiking traveling, reading, writing, & cooking

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Brooke Buchannan, MS, CCC-SLP

Brooke will be joining the Clinic on Heritage in August 2018!

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Tiara Tagud, MS, CCC-SLP

Tiara completed her bachelors and masters degrees at the University of
Utah with an emphasis in children with Autism. Her graduate externship was performed at Spectrum Academy. She has worked in the Davis School District for three years. Tiara has additional training in social communication, decreasing negative behaviors with communication, and Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC).


Tiara sleeps in a hammock and she loves her new husband, Sam, their new puppies, Rowley and Rambo, and playing volleyball.