Suzanne Aldrich


Suzanne has over a decade of experience as a licensed speech-language pathologist. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in Special Education, she received her master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from Seton Hall University in 2010. Suzanne specializes in speech sound disorders (articulation disorders, phonological disorders, and childhood apraxia of speech) as well as in language delays and disorders in the birth-preschool population. She is passionate about keeping up with research regarding best practices and is trained in PROMPT therapy as well as the DTTC approach for childhood apraxia of speech. She is certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed to practice in the state of New Jersey.

Suzanne’s therapy style is child-centered and play-based. She believes that connection is the most important component of the therapy process. No progress is made without a connection first! She feels very strongly that therapy should be individualized and based on the child’s unique needs and interests.

Suzanne was a guest speaker on: Episode 1: Choosing Appropriate Target Words While Using Hodson’s Cycles Approach

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