Linda received her Bachelor’s degree in speech-language pathology from Loyola College and her Master’s degree in speech-language pathology from Seton Hall University.
Linda has professional experience in a variety of settings including hospital, Early Intervention, and private practice settings. Linda is NOMAS trained and specializes in the evaluation of oral motor, sensory, and behavioral feeding difficulties. She has developed hospital-based evaluation and treatment protocols for a wide range of infants and children from neonates to adolescents.
Linda’s expertise includes managing oral motor and feeding disorders related to a variety of diagnoses, including the following: Prematurity, Gastroesophageal Reflux, Food Allergy, Sensory Processing Disorder, Hypotonia, Developmental Delays, and Oral Motor/Speech Disorders.
Linda develops individualized feeding treatment plans to help families transition therapy goals into the home environment.
Linda joined the Suburban Speech Center in 2019.