I received my B.A. in Social Sciences from The Ohio State University and my M.A. in Speech Pathology from Cleveland State University. I have worked as a speech language pathologist in the schools and have coordinated and directed summer speech programs for preschool children. I have worked in long term care settings serving stroke, Parkinson, Alzheimer and dementia patients. I developed and published two remedial programs; Testing and Remediating Auditory Processing for preschool and elementary students and R and L Stories Galore, a remedial articulation program. My areas of interest are phonemic awareness, phonology and articulation, auditory and language processing and reading and literacy. Currently I am a clinical instructor in the English Language Proficiency Clinic (ELPC) providing accent reduction and phonological and articulation therapy for international students and faculty.
B.A in Social Sciences, The Ohio State University, M.A. in Speech Pathology, Cleveland State University
Phonemic awareness, articulation, auditory and language processing and accent modification