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Interview with Luisa Rinaudo, speech pathologist

Who knows of a speech pathologist providing their own private practice!?


Meet Luisa Rinaudo:

Luisa Rinaudo


Luisa graduated from Seton Hall University with her Bachelors in Early Childhood Education and Special Education in 2019. In 2021, she continued her schooling at Seton Hall with a Master’s in Science in Speech Language Pathology. Luisa has found a passion in helping others communicate to their fullest through her many years of involvement in the special needs community. Luisa's brother, Sal, has a diagnosis of Down syndrome and is living his best life! Growing up in the special needs community, Luisa saw the need for supports in this community, especially as her brother entered adulthood. In the early months of 2023, Luisa opened up her own private practice, The Therapy Garden, LLC! Her goal is to assist adults with developmental and intellectual differences and provide guidance so they can communicate with the world around them! She has clinical experience in providing speech-language therapy to toddlers, children and adults with varying communication needs which include language/learning disorders/differences, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Selective Mutism, Down syndrome, fluency, articulation/phonological disorders, pragmatic language disorders, and traumatic brain injuries.


Luisa is a certified Speech Language Pathologist by the NJ State Board of Consumer Affairs and the NJ Department of Education. Luisa’s goal is to provide functional therapy in a comforting environment in order to ensure growth and progress with her clients. She is most excited to collaborate with colleagues, create fun filled therapeutic sessions in an inclusive environment as well as support families throughout the process.


Check out the guest interview I did with Lusia: https://youtu.be/pnTerJbTPqs


Have any questions for Lusia? Share your questions in the comments section!

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