It all started with a vision: The vision of ACR Speaking Dimensions is to utilize our gifts, talents, and education that God has provided for us to develop effective communicators for today, tomorrow, and generations to come who will positively change their lives as well as the lives of every person they influence. In 2007, Andrea thought long and hard about what the company’s name should be and low and behold, she got the idea to use her initials, at that time, ACR…Andrea Corretta Rosegreen, which would translate to the motto, “Always Cultivating Responses.” The “Speaking” part, of course, represents the speech and the “Dimensions” represents how language is so multifaceted and there are different modes of communication. That was the inception of ACR Speaking Dimensions, INC., a speech-language therapy business.
Andrea Davidson, M.S., CCC-SLP is the owner and operator of ACR Speaking Dimensions, INC. She has been serving the pediatric population as a Speech-Language Pathologist since 2002. Andrea Davidson graduated from the University of South Florida with her Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology in 2002 and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2000. She earned her Clinical Certification of Competence (CCC), is licensed with Georgia Board of Examiners, holds a Georgia Teaching Certificate, certified with ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association), a member of GSHA (Georgia Speech-Language Hearing Association), and certified in the Compton P-ESL Program for Accent Modification. In June 2019, Andrea earned another certification, It Takes Two to Talk® The Hanen Program, which qualifies her to provide this training program to parents of children with language delays.
Andrea is married with 4 children. She has a passion for equipping individuals with the tools for success and how to utilize them to become effective communicators to positively change their world around them. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, learning about different cultures, reading, and utilizing her gifts and talents for the betterment of her community.