About us

About us

Beth BradyBeth Brady, M.A., CCC-SLP, and the therapist behind Your Corner Children’s Speech and Language Services, Inc. I am an ASHA certified Speech Language Pathologist with particular expertise in the areas of hearing loss, early childhood language and articulation disorders. 

I grew up in Omaha, and have lived in Lincoln for two decades. My career as a speech language pathologist began in Minneapolis. Then I returned to Nebraska and spent 20 years in Lincoln’s public schools and a private clinic. 

In 2023, Your Corner became my fulltime job. 

At home, my husband, Eric, and I have three teenagers. They keep us busy with track, cross-country, orchestra, wiffleball and camping. In our eyes, Nebraska truly is the Good Life State. 

I want to make life in Nebraska even better for you and your family. The Your Corner team is thrilled to be working across Southeastern Nebraska to help your child become happier, more confident communicators who are ready for school success!


Anna MooreAnna Moore, M.S., CCC-SLP, is a board certified and licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with 7 years of clinical experience working in acute care and home health settings. 

She completed her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. She has experience in diagnosing and treating speech, language, voice, communication, and swallowing disorders across the lifespan. Her primary role focuses on positive feeding development and safe swallowing in infants and children. Her diagnostic skills include oral peripheral examinations, as well as clinical and instrumental swallow evaluations. 

She enjoys collaborating with families and other professionals to help support children in their development and guide parents with education to help them feel confident along the way. 

As a mother, she is aware of the challenges families may face when feeding their child. Her goal is to make feeding therapy more accessible and help create a strong foundation early in life, so family mealtimes are stress-free and fun for many years to come. 


Abby PelsterAbby Pelster, M.S., CCC-SLP has been a licensed speech-language pathologist in Nebraska since 2009. Her professional experience includes working with all ages of children in both public schools and pediatric clinics. 

She has also worked as a clinical supervisor and lecturer in the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, developing a passion for educating the next generation of professionals while broadening her clinical experience to include children as well as adults. 

In addition, Abby currently serves at the Community Engagement Coordinator for the Global Foundation for Peroxisomal Disorders, a rare disease non-profit. She is passionate about using education and advocacy to facilitate growth for her clients.