Erin Mueller, M.S., CCC-SLP/L
Founder and CEO of Mueller Pediatric Therapy, Ltd. & Speech-Language Pathologist
Erin graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science degree in 2003 and a Master of Science degree in 2005. Since 2005, Erin has been a credentialed Illinois Early Intervention Specialist which allowed her to provide speech-language assessments and treatment to children 0-3 years of age who were participating in the Illinois Early Intervention program. Her passion for working with children and their families blossomed during her final clinical placement in her Graduate program. Since stepping foot off of the stage with her Masters Degree in hand, Erin has been deeply invested in working with the pediatric population. Mueller Pediatric Therapy (MPT) was founded in 2008 and initially was a small business ran out of Erin's home! Fast forward, and MPT is getting ready to move into their new clinic in East Peoria, IL in May 2020. Over the years, Erin has dedicated her entire career to build a pediatric therapy practice that values the importance of helping children succeed by working closely with their families. As a parent of a special needs child, her intensity only has deepened over the years to continue to help as many families as her team can while delivering exceptional services. Although, Erin has currently taken a step back from practicing (after 15 years) as a Speech-Language Pathologist, she remains 100% the owner and operater of Mueller Pediatric Therapy in a full-time capacity. Someday, she hopes to return to school to obtain her Doctorate and practice again! Her areas of special interest are Autism Spectrum Disorder, Augmentative/Alternative Communication, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Oral-Motor, Language Disorders, and Phonological/Articulation Disorders. In her free time, Erin enjoys traveling to Florida with her husband and their 4 children!
Vicky Jordan, M.S., CCC-SLP/L
Clinical Director of Therapy, Feeding Supervisor, and Speech-Language Pathologist
Vicky graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 1985 and a Masters in
Communication Disorders from California State University, Northridge in 1989. Vicky has
worked in the pediatric populations for more than 28 years in a variety of settings including
public schools, private practice, early intervention and a pediatric rehabilitation center. Her areas
of special interest are Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Oral-Motor, Developmental Speech and
Language Delay, Feeding Therapy, and Early Intervention services for at risk children and their
families. Vicky enjoys working with clients, parents, and colleagues to ensure that children have
the best possible opportunity to overcome their speech and language challenges. Vicky Lives in
Dunlap with her husband Bob. They have two amazing sons who have graduated from college
and live in Colorado and Iowa.