Selene has a strong passion for working with children with language, speech and feeding disorders and their families to help them reach their full potential. She is interested in early intervention, social language, autism spectrum disorder and feeding intervention. Selene is a member of the Abilities feeding team and facilitates a social language group for children ages eight to eleven years old.
Selene graduated with a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Louisiana State University and a M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from Southeastern University. She joined the Abilities team in March of 2015.
Selene is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Prior to joining the Abilities team, Selene worked as a speech-language pathology assistant at the Baton Rouge Speech and Hearing Foundation serving the pediatric population. Having the opportunity to work with a variety of children with many different abilities solidified her desire to be a fully licensed clinician.
Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol (Apraxia of speech)
Natural Language Acquisition in Autism
Training in Telepractice Therapy
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