Elizabeth S, M.S., CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Blue Bird Day Employee Since 2022


Bachelors of Science and Education in Communication Sciences & Disorders,
Double major in Spanish,
University of Wisconsin Whitewater

Masters in Speech-Language Pathology,
Midwestern University

Credentials and Certification 

  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Completed Modified Barium Swallow Study Impairment Profile
  • Professional Educator License (PEL)

Clinical Expertise

  • Bilingual (Spanish) Speech-Language Therapy
  • Diverse Learning
  • Elementary Education
  • Expressive & Receptive Language Disorders

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My Story

My first experience with a speech-language pathologist was when I was just 14 years old. My grandfather began to have slurred speech and eventually was diagnosed with pseudobulbar palsy. This progressed to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Observing how this disease progressively impacted his functional communication and overall abilities deeply affected my family and I. Ultimately, this led me to pursuing a career in speech-language pathology- with the hopes of being able to help others who struggle with various communication and swallowing disorders. Additionally, I have a strong passion for the Spanish language and Latin American culture, so I decided to double major in the Spanish language while attending my undergraduate university, with the goal to eventually work with those underserved who deal with expressive and receptive language disorders/differences. With all of that being said, I love to learn and look forward to continuing my path in speech-language pathology with Blue Bird Day!

My Blue Bird Day

I am new to Blue Bird Day program, and very excited to work alongside such an intelligent group of women and men, whom I can learn from and collaborate with!

My Blue Bird Day Goals

  1. I would love to eventually have an opportunity to work in the NICU- specializing in feeding and swallowing disorders in infants.