Melissa has been a practicing speech-language pathologist since 2001. Melissa graduated with a Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Long Island University in 2003 and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology in 2001 from Pace University. She has her national certification through the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ASHA) and is certified by the State Department of Education in New Jersey as a speech-language specialist. Melissa holds state certifications to practice in New Jersey and is a member of the New Jersey Speech Language Hearing Association (NJSHA).
Melissa has helped both children and adults in a variety of clinical settings, including; her own private practice located in Hillsborough, out-patient clinics, public schools, hospitals (in-patient & out-patient), home care and sub-acute care settings. Most recently she has included speech-therapy services via tele-therapy.
Melissa sits on the professional advisory team of Miriam’s Heart organization who “radically supports families who take action on behalf of adopted and foster children.” She has also traveled overseas to help people in need in Central America, as well as volunteered to aid in construction and clean-up efforts in Staten Island after Hurricane Sandy, both done through her local church outreach missions program.
In addition to her role as a speech-language pathologist, Melissa is a devoted wife and mother to her two daughters. Melissa lives in Hillsborough, NJ.
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Lauren Besecker attended Marywood University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in January 2019. Lauren continued her education at Marywood University and graduated with a Master of Science degree in Speech Pathology in 2020. Lauren has experience working in the public school system with preschool and school aged children with a variety of diagnoses. She is passionate about helping children communicate and achieve their full potential.
Sarah Skrabal has been a licensed speech-language pathologist practicing since 2017. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh in Communication Science and Disorders and her master’s degree from Kean University in Speech-Language Pathology. Sarah has experience working in the public and private school settings, rehabilitation centers, and early intervention. She is currently certified and licensed as a Speech-Language Specialist by the New Jersey State Department of Education, and holds a Certification of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Sarah enjoys working with children and their families to help each child reach their individual goals and improve their communication skills.
Alexa Martucci attended the University of Rhode Island where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communicative Sciences and Disorders in 2019. She completed her master’s degree at SUNY Fredonia and graduated with a Master of Science in Speech Pathology in 2021. Alexa has experience working in various settings including medical centers (inpatient and outpatient), private practices, public schools, and skilled nursing facility. She loves the diversity of speech pathology and enjoys working with both children and adults. In her free time when not working as a speech pathologist, she loves to go on hikes and travel.
Rachel Lee is currently a senior at Rutgers University studying linguistics. Her goal is to attend graduate school to become a Speech Language Pathologist.
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