- Pediatrics and Adults
- Visualizing and Verbalizing
- Apraxia of Speech,Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC), Developmental Disorders, Early Intervention, Language Disorders, Feeding and Swallowing, Voice Disorders,
Victoria is a bold dreamer and passionate people person who is willing to impact lives around her. Victoria started her journey to become a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) at Western Illinois University where she also was the captain of the Women’s Soccer Team. Being a double major and student athlete, Victoria always sought out, or created opportunities to be involved; Honors Scholar, American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA) Presenter and Illinois Speech Hearing Association Presenter (ISHA) for Thesis ‘Examining the Differences Between Conversational Partners When Assessing a Child’s Language Sample’, Founder of WIU CONNECKS (organization for individuals with special needs and Leatherneck athletes), Rhodes Scholarship Nominee, President of Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish National Honors Society), Organizer of WIU Stroke Group, Organizer of WIU Autism Group. Following her studies, Victoria moved to Northeast Georgia where she was involved in the acute medical setting, skilled nursing facilities, as well as the outpatient setting where she developed two pediatric outpatient programs. Most recently, Victoria is in the medical setting treating children and adults with medical complexities throughout the Chicagoland area.