Alexandra's flexible, creative and passionate personality creates an engaging therapy environment for children and their families. Her previous work with clients in their home environments via Early Intervention has helped her develop active listening, empathy and experience identifying shared goals. This results in progress, ongoing involvement and eventual positive therapy outcomes. Alexandra is an advocate of the co-treatment therapy model and working with other professionals and disciplines involved in each child's ecosystem.
Alexandra holds a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Worcester State University where she was elected President of the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) chapter of WSU.
Alexandra's professional experience includes a Speech-Language Pathologist position with Family Services of Rhode Island, where she led a community-based "Mother Goose" and center-based speech and occupational therapy group with Family Service of Rhode Island. Additional previous experience includes The Wolf School of Providence, RI, a private school dedicated to complex learners.
Alexandra has had the opportunity to work with children ranging in age from 3-20 years old diagnosed with pragmatic language disorder, expressive/receptive language delay, fluency disorder, autism spectrum disorders, articulation and feeding disorders. She is specialized in conducting assessments and evaluations, and provides parent education and coaching for families and caregivers
Alexandra is based out of our Lexington location at 35 Bedford Street, Unit 6, Lexington MA 02420 and is available to her current and prospective clients at firstname.lastname@example.org.