Ashley earned her Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from the University of California, Los Angeles and my Masters of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from California State University, Long Beach. Currently, she works with school-age children and young adults in a school-age and psychiatric hospital setting, targeting articulation, language, speech fluency, and social pragmatic goals. During her clinical practicum, she provided services at Rancho Los Amigos Center for Rehabilitation, where she primarily worked with adults recovering from stroke in a transitional outpatient care setting targeting cognitive-communication skills and dysphagia.
She is especially passionate about providing curriculum-based therapy for school-age children. Ashley enjoys collaborating with her colleagues to promote generalization, carry-over, and maintenance of skills acquired in therapy for academic success. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling within and outside of the country and learning new languages. Ashley is fluent in Spanish and French, and has studied Italian and Arabic.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders