Christine Kwasnick, M.S. CCC-SLP/L

I graduated in 1984 with my Master’s degree in speech-language pathology from Illinois State University. I began my career working with adults in the health care setting and had the opportunity to work in acute care, acute rehab, outpatient, home health and skilled nursing facilities. I also had the opportunity to work with pediatrics in the area of feeding for infants in the neonatal intensive care unit as well as in the outpatient setting focusing upon children with articulation and language delay.

In 2008 I made the decision to work in the public school setting. I’ve had the opportunity to work in the elementary and high school settings. I have experience working with students in the academic setting targeting articulation and language delays, fluency, and social/pragmatic language. Additionally, through working in the public schools I have gained extensive knowledge in the IEP process.

I am passionate about maximizing an individual’s communication skills. I believe that having a collaborative approach is essential when working with individuals. I enjoy working with all age groups and have the ability to develop a positive rapport with the children and families I work with.