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I grew up in southern New Jersey and attended Muhlenberg College, where I received my B.S. in Natural Science. After college, I worked for two years doing in-home ABA therapy for children with autism in the Philadelphia area. I then moved to Boston and earned my Masters in Speech Pathology from Northeastern University. While completing my Masters, I worked as a Research Assistant and participated in two different projects focused on Voice Output Communication Aids. After graduation from Northeastern, I completed my Clinical Fellowship in Brooklyn, NY at a preschool for children with autism. I then moved to Portland, Maine and worked at The REACH School for six years providing speech/language therapy to children ages 1-6 with a variety of developmental disabilities. When my husband got a job in Midcoast Maine in 2013, I began working for RSU #13.
Why you like to teach your grade or special area:
I enjoy the variety that is involved with Speech/Language therapy. I like working with students in small groups on everything from speech sound errors to social skills.
Parent contact plan:
Feel free to contact me anytime via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I do not typically assign homework. However, if parents request, I’m happy to create home practice sheets for individual students.