Clinical Director; SLP Department Manager; Speech-Language Pathologist; Feeding Specialist: Nicole Daly, M.S. CCC-SLP

Nicole Daly received her Bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders and her Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT. She has clinical experience in a variety of settings including acute care hospitals, outpatient facilities, public schools, and university clinics.

Nicole has extensive experience working with children ages birth to five. Her passion is working with infants and children with feeding and swallowing disorders. Nicole has been trained in Sequential-Oral-Sensory (SOS) Feeding Solutions but also incorporates strategies from a number of feeding approaches as well as utilizes her own wealth of experience in order to individualize treatment for each child and family. In addition to feeding/swallowing therapy, Nicole has a special interest in working with young children with autism spectrum disorder. She works with and integrates families into her therapy sessions to assist in creating home programs and carry over strategies to ensure generalization of therapy strategies to every day life.

A few of Nicole's additional trainings and certifications include:

  • Functional Assessment and Remediation of Tethered Oral Tissues

  • Sequential-Oral-Sensory (SOS) Feeding Solutions

  • Understanding Pediatric Anxiety & Feeding Disorders: The Missing Link for SLPs

 

In her free time, Nicole enjoys going to the beach, hiking, and spending time with her family and friends.

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Speech-Language Pathologist: Warren Adams, M.S. CCC-SLP

Warren Adams received his bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders and his master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Southern Connecticut State University. He has over 6 years of experience in a variety of settings including private practice and public schools at the elementary and secondary level.


Warren has worked with children, adolescents, and young adults giving him valuable experience working with receptive & expressive language, articulation, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).  Warren is passionate about working with adolescents and young adults who have pragmatic language deficits and fluency issues. He believes in a holistic approach that involves families to support and nurture the generalization of skills into the home and community. 

A few of Warren's additional trainings and certifications include:

  • Circles Program

  • Social Thinking

  • Zones of Regulation

 

In his free time, Warren enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, hiking and running.

Speech-Language Pathologist: Caroline Berkovich, M.S. CCC-SLP

Caroline Berkovich received her Bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders and her Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT. She has clinical experience in a variety of settings, including university clinics, public schools, and early intervention. She has supported children with language disorders, communication delays, articulation/phonological disorders, fluency disorders, and social communication disorders. 

Caroline has worked with children of all ages for over thirteen years in various capacities, including roles as a preschool teacher, a camp counselor, and a nanny. Throughout her career, she has always been passionate about literacy and early language development. Caroline believes in a multidisciplinary approach to intervention, with an emphasis on incorporating and collaborating with families. 

A few of Caroline's additional trainings and certifications include:

  • Language Literacy Learning for Diverse Students

  • The Role of Relationships in Early Development: The Connection Between Experiences and Language Capacity

  • Naturalistic Developmental Interventions in Autism

  • Connections between Speech Sound Production and Literacy Skills

  • Integrating Mindfulness Techniques into Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology

  • Digital Diets and the Impact of Screen Time on Language Development

In her free time, Caroline enjoys reading, cooking, acting, and spending time with family (including her cats Ernie and Lucy).

Speech-Language Pathologist: Mariana Marchitto, M.S. CF-SLP

Mariana Marchitto received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences and Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Early Childhood Development from the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT and her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT. During her graduate studies she gained extensive experience working with a diverse caseload through pediatric outpatient rehabilitation facilities, specialty learning centers, public schools, university clinics, and telehealth experiences. She has worked with children with language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, fluency disorders, voice disorders, and feeding deficits. She also has had experiences working with children with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, cleft lip and palate, and velopharyngeal dysfunction. 

 

Mariana is particularly passionate about working with infants and children ages birth to five and values the importance of building strong relationships with her clients and their families. She strives to implement an individualized, holistic approach to therapy that involves families and caregivers in treatment to provide support and carry-over into their homes and everyday lives. 

 

In her free time, Mariana enjoys being outside, hiking and playing games, spending time with her family and friends, and playing with her dogs.

Speech-Language Pathologist: Taylor Moore, M.S. CCC-SLP

Taylor Moore received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders and her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT. During her graduate studies she gained extensive experience working with a diverse caseload through university clinics, public schools, specialty private schools, and distance-learning settings. She is currently also providing services to students in the public schools with ages ranging from 4-21. She has supported children with various language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, social communication deficits (pragmatic language), children with hearing impairments, fluency disorders, and children with Down syndrome and autism spectrum disorder.

 

Taylor has always had a passion for working with the pediatric population, which stems from her love of coaching youth soccer for the past 10 years. Her prior thesis research focuses on speech production following a palatoplasty for cleft palate repair, which took place during her undergraduate studies. In the field, she has a targeted interest in expressive/receptive language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, and pragmatics in children of all ages. Taylor believes that providing client-centered individualized therapy services with the integration of family members and evidence-based practice, provides support for growth, development and generalization of skills.  

 

A few of Taylor’s additional trainings and certifications include: 

  • Lindamood-Bell Phoneme Sequencing

 

In her free time, Taylor enjoys baking, traveling, spending time with family and friends, and coaching youth soccer. 

Speech-Language Pathologist: Madison Routier, M.S. CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist: Erin Szymanski, M.S. CCC-SLP

Erin Szymanski received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences from the University of Connecticut, Storrs and her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT.  She has clinical experience in a variety of settings including adult and pediatric outpatient facilities, public schools, and university clinics.


Erin has always been passionate about working with the pediatric population. She has experience targeting expressive/receptive language, pragmatic, speech communication, fluency, and voice needs. Erin’s passion is working with children with articulation and phonological disorders, as well as childhood apraxia of speech. Her individualized approach to treatment offers a variety of strategies, evidence-based support, and personal experience to promote communicative success and confidence. She believes that a compassionate, creative, and evidence-based approach to treatment, combined with the integration of families, provides a supportive and productive environment for growth.  

A few of Erin's additional trainings and certifications include:

  • PROMPTS for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets (Level I)

  • Apraxia Kids Community Conference

  • Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing

  • Functional Assessment and Remediation of Tethered Oral Tissues

  • Treating /r/ Errors: Cueing and Practice Strategies Informed by Evidence

  • Imagining More for Children with Speech Sound Disorders: Beyond Speech Production


In her free time, Erin enjoys cooking, hiking, exploring new places, and spending time with her friends and family.

Speech-Language Pathologist: Anna Wyluda, M.A. CCC-SLP

 

Anna Wyluda received her Bachelor's degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from Iona College, New Rochelle, NY, and her Master's degree in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences from the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. She has extensive experience working with a diverse caseload in a variety of settings, completing clinical rotations in pediatric outpatient rehabilitation facilities, university clinics, private school, and distance-learning settings. She has supported children with language disorders, communication delays, articulation and phonological process disorders, and social communication disorders, secondary to autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, and complex medical needs. 

 

Anna has worked with children of all ages for eight years in various capacities, including roles as a camp counselor, child care provider, and substitute teacher. Anna has always been passionate about providing client-centered care, supported by evidence-based practice, while also collaborating with families throughout assessment and intervention. Anna has had specialized experience integrating a bimodal and bilingual approach to working with clients who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing and Polish. Anna has a strong research background focused on feeding measures for infants with cleft palate, lexical characteristics when choosing target words for treatment, and enhanced milieu teaching for children with autism. She has a continued interest in providing pre-literacy, speech communication, receptive/expressive and pragmatic language services for pediatric clients. 

 

A few of Anna's additional trainings and certifications include:

  • Improving Pediatric Assessment Skills - Parts 1-5 

  • Pediatric Voice Disorders: Diagnostic and Treatment Approaches

  • Power-up Social Pragmatic Treatment Outcomes with New Evidence Based Practice (EBP) Techniques

  • Apps and Web-Based Materials for Telepractice 

 

In her free time, Anna enjoys making candles for her Etsy shop, painting, traveling, and spending time with family, friends, and her dog (Ptys)

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