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Professionals in CSD Speaker Series: Promoting Bilingualism and Diversity in Speech-Language Pathology

Ana-Maria Jaramillo
5:00pm-6:00pm
(1 hour)
Cost
Free
Dec
04
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Looking to learn more about communicative sciences and disorders directly from a speech-language pathologist (SLP) in the field?

Join nationally-certified bilingual pediatric integrative SLP Ana-Maria Jaramillo for a discussion entitled "Promoting Bilingualism and Diversity in the SLP Field" hosted in collaboration with the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders undergraduate program.

 

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Meet Ana-Maria Jaramillo

Ana-Maria Jaramillo, MS, CCC-SLP is a nationally-certified bilingual pediatric integrative SLP with over seven years of experience providing speech-language therapy to children ages birth to 18. She is the owner and founder of Voz Speech Therapy, a private practice that provides individualized services in English and Spanish in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Her area of specialty is working with children in early intervention, ages one to six years old, with autism spectrum disorders, orofacial myofunctional disorders, oral-motor disorders, expressive/receptive language disorders, learning disabilities, fluency disorders, social language impairments, and articulation disorders. She has practiced in public and private schools, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, pediatric hospitals, child development centers, and daycares, as well as private homes throughout Texas and the DC metropolitan region. She graduated cum laude in 2013 with an MS in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. She is currently pursuing a clinical doctorate from Northwestern University. When she isn't treating patients, Ana-Maria is actively speaking at local high schools about the field of speech-language pathology in hopes to diversify the field.

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