Laura Giglio M.A., CCC-SLP
Laura completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Temple University where she studied Speech-Language-Hearing Science. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the Temple University Honors Program where she graduated with honors. As an undergraduate student, Laura volunteered with adults with aphasia in a program called Coffee Hour Aphasia Time (CHAT), held a leadership position in Temple University’s chapter of the National Speech, Language, and Hearing (NSSLA), and was a preceptor for the Research Methods in Communication Sciences course. As a graduate student clinician, Laura worked with adults and children with a range of disorders and speech and language impairments including aphasia, dysphagia, voice disorders, autism spectrum disorder, and childhood apraxia of speech. She gained experience working with clients in a variety of settings including Temple’s clinic, both outpatient and inpatient hospital settings, and the school setting. Through clinical experiences and specific coursework at Temple, Laura gained special knowledge and training in the area of childhood apraxia of speech. As a part of Temple’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorder’s Proseminar Series, Laura presented case study research of male to female transgender voice therapy to faculty and fellow graduate students.
Laura began her professional career as a clinical fellow with Speech Pathology Consultants where she first worked at Mariana Bracetti Academy and later at Elwyn’s Davidson School. She gained experience working with a wide range of students including those with multiple disabilities and complex medical needs.
In February of 2020, Laura joined MMTA where she provides speech and language services to clients with a variety of difficulties and disorders. Her areas of interest include childhood apraxia of speech, early language development, and social cognition.