Erin earned her Bachelors in Sociology/Deaf Studies at Rosemont College and her Masters in Speech-Language Pathology from Gallaudet University where she concentrated in aural (re)habilitation for deaf/hard-of-hearing populations. While attending Gallaudet, she served as President for the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) and authored an article based on her experience in grad school called, “What we signed up for” for NSSLHA in the Loop Magazine. Erin was a presenter on speech reading at the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Annual Conference in Chicago, IL.
While Erin is a multi-faceted SLP, treating an array of populations, her primary areas of focus include aural (re)habilitation for Deaf/HOH children and Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). She has extensive background working with the deaf/hard-of-hearing, children of Deaf adults (CODAs), medically fragile children including those with tracheostomies, children with Down syndrome, Autism, articulation, oral-motor development, language disorders, apraxia, dysarthria, ataxia, aphasia, AAC, traumatic brain injury, and feeding. Erin has completed the SOS Approach to Feeding training and is a SOS Basic Provider (Level 1).
Erin has worked in early intervention, home care, school, private practice, and hospital settings for both pediatric and adult populations. Erin is PROMPT© Technique and Bridging trained and is proficient in American Sign Language (ASL). She is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed in the State of Pennsylvania. Erin is also listed in the CASANA SLP directory for experienced, expert treatment of CAS: CASANA SLP directory.