The Edmond Sun
Alton, Ill. —
Lorrie Suenram Servati, founder and administrator of Nathan’s Voice, has been selected as a VIP member of the Covington Who’s Who Executive and Professional Registry. The selection recognizes Servati’s commitment to excellence in education and autism advocacy.
Servati, a former Edmond resident, became an autism advocate, ironically, several years before her youngest son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, also known as ASD. She noticed a change in her son shortly after he was a year-and-a-half old, and it took nearly three years before she was given an explanation by a team of licensed school board child psychologists for her son’s behavior.
After forming Nathan’s Voice to help support her son’s journey, her mission is to advocate and serve as a leader in her community to ensure that parents, grandparents, caregivers and professionals have the access to resources, necessary support and fellowship that they need. Two years ago, she started a blog, titled “Nathan’s Voice,” where she documents her son’s progress, provides special needs resources and helpful tips.
Servati is a member of Autism Society of America, a member and co-leader of AutismOKC.org, team captain for Family and Friends Autism Team Nathan’s Voice, camp counselor for Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma, and is also very active on numerous social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.
For more information, visit www.autismoklahoma.org or www.nathansvoice.