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EDUCATION

TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY,
MS Awarded June 1978 - Speech Pathology

BOSTON UNIVERSITY, BS Awarded August 1976
Graduated cum laude- Speech Pathology and Audiology


EXPERIENCE

PRIVATE PRACTICE Children and Adults, Palm Beach County,
Florida. (Formerly Greenwich, Connecticut)  
January 1982 to present - Speech and Language Pathologist
Evaluate, diagnose, and implement therapy for children of ages two
through sixteen years, as well as adults, presenting with language, auditory processing, and
articulation disorders. Provide family and teacher counseling.

GREENWICH BOARD OF EDUCATION, Greenwich, Connecticut
September 1981 to June 2003 - Speech and Language Pathologist
Provided evaluative, diagnostic, and therapeutic services for
children in grades K - 6 primarily presenting with moderate to severe disorders
of language and articulation in the inclusion classroom model, individual, and
group therapy. Employed augmentative communication devices and sign language.
Rendered therapy to language/learning disabled resource room students.
Administered voice and stuttering therapy. Counseled teachers and families.

JEWISH HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL
CENTER OF BROOKLYN
, Brooklyn, New York
August 1979 to April 1981- Speech and Language Pathologist Supervisor
Evaluated, diagnosed, and provided therapeutic speech and language
services for outpatients with developmental disabilities, emotional disorders,
neurological disorders, cleft palate, and aphasia. Provided family counseling.

WALTER E. FERNALD STATE SCHOOL, Belmont, Massachusetts
July 1978 to May 1979 - Speech and Language Pathologist
Evaluated and implemented treatment programs for severely
developmentally disabled adult residents. Developed speech, language, and sign
language programs. Trained direct care staff to implement them.

BROOKLINE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Brookline, Massachusetts
October 1978 to June 1979 - Speech and Language Pathologist Evaluated, diagnosed,
and provided therapeutic services in language, articulation, voice, and sign language
for emotionally disturbed, learning disabled school age children, and moderately to
severely developmentally disabled young adults. Counseled families and teachers.


PROFESSIONAL LICENSES

American Speech and Hearing Association - Certificate of Clinical
Competence (Speech/Language)

Florida - Speech/Language Pathology License

New York State - Speech/Language Pathology License

New York State - Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped

Connecticut - Speech/Language Pathology License

Connecticut - Speech/Language Pathologist
Professional Educator Certificate

Massachusetts - Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Speech and Hearing Association

Connecticut Speech-Language-Hearing Association