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Bio: My name is Nicole and I have been a proud Speech-Language Pathologist for 6 years. I graduated from SUNY Fredonia and have worked in both Florida and New York. I have worked with individuals ages 9 months – 105 years old. My passion is working in the SNF setting with individuals with Dementia. I learned the most through asking questions and believe in holding an open and compassionate mentor program. I love to answer questions and help new SLP’s grow their confidence in providing good evidence based therapy and evaluations!
Current primary professional role: SLP in the SNF setting.
Discipline: Medical SLP
State license: New York: 026540
ASHA license: 14067436
Areas of Expertise: SNF setting, dementia care, cognitive therapy with early to late stage dementia, end of life care, sensory therapy with late stage dementia.
Teaching philosophy: I believe strongly that every new clinician should have someone they can go to without hesitation to ask any question. I believe in keeping an open and compassionate approach to teaching and guiding. I don’t believe in bad questions and also believe in asking questions more than once. I gained my confidence as a new SLP by learning from those more experienced around me and hope to give that back in any way I can!
Preferred communication methods: Video call (zoom) or phone.
Rate: $25 for a 30 minute session or $50 for an hour session.