Pennsylvania State University (Psychology)
Teachers College, Columbia University, M.A. Audiology (Master's)
Boston U., 60cr Counseling/School Psych // Appalachian, M.A., Spch/Lang Pathology (Master's)
I enjoy helping people and always welcome new opportunities to do so. Since graduating high school, helping individuals professionally and receiving education to do so is what I have been doing for 50 years. My active NC teacher certification is in Speech/Language Pathology, and School Counseling. Inactive areas of previous NC teacher certification include School Psychology, Audiology, Hearing Impaired, and Emotionally Handicapped. Areas of expertise include, autism, developmental delays, and fluency.
Presently, I am serving children in their homes and other settings as a Speech/Language Pathologist. My previous professional employment has included audiologist at the Lexington School For The Deaf, counselor with the Lancaster PA Public Schools, counselor with the Chapel Hill Carrboro Public Schools and most recently 16 years as a Speech/Language Pathologist with the Alamance-Burlington Public Schools. I enjoy helping people and always welcome new opportunities to do so. Since graduating high school, helping individuals professionally and receiving education to do so is what I have been doing for 50 years. My active NC teacher certification is in Speech/Language Pathology, and School Counseling. Inactive areas of previous NC teacher
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I hold active ASHA certification in Speech Language Pathology. Children with Aspergers and Autism represented a significant portion of my caseload during 16 years as a full time SLP with the Alamance Burlington Public Schools. I have also worked with the NC Infant Toddler Program for six years serving children on the Autism Spectrum and their families in their homes.
I hold active ASHA certification in Speech/Language Pathology, and earned a M.A. in Audiology from Teachers College Columbia University. I was an audiologist at the Lexington School for the Deaf for a year and worked with hearing impaired individuals for 15 years fitting hearing aids and counseling on hearing related issues.