Debbie Guajardo

Speech Language Pathologist, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR)
Assistive Technology Professional, RESNA

I graduated from Texas Woman’s University in 2005 with a Master of Speech Language Pathology degree. Prior to that, I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Disorders. Throughout my entire career, I’ve been dedicated to working as a Speech-Language Pathologist, specializing in Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC). In 2019 I earned The Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) Certification was developed by the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) to establish a standard of quality assurance offered by professionals who support people with disabilities. I love working as a school Assistive Technology Professional because it makes what may seem impossible, possible! I have enjoyed every moment of my career learning more about how to to promote the health and well-being of students through increasing access to technology solutions.

Treatment Approach

An assistive technology professional analyzes the needs of individuals with disabilities, assists in the selection of the appropriate equipment and trains the consumer on how to properly use the specific equipment.


Alternative & Augmentative Communication (AAC)
Assistive Technology Specialist – Reading, Writing, Math

Joined GHS

Years in practice

Alma Mater

Texas Woman’s University


English, Spanish, American Sign Language

Additional Certifications

American Speech & Hearing Association Certification