Elementary, Middle and High School Speech-Language Pathologists
Arminda Hudon, M.S., CCC-SLP
Mindy has been a speech language pathologist for over 20 years. She completed her Communication Sciences and Disorders undergraduate degree at Rhode Island College and masters degree at Southern Connecticut State University. She has been a speech and language expert advisor for iParenting.com and a freelance writer for the World Wide Web and newsstand magazines. Currently, she is a featured contributor for 30SecondMom.com. Her clinical interests include feeding/swallowing disorders, motor speech impairments, language development, autism and assistive technologies. Mindy works full-time at Killingly Central School.
Danielle Orbegozo, M.S., CCC-SLP
Danielle has been a speech language pathologist for over 10 years. She completed her Communication Sciences and Disorders undergraduate degree at Assumption College and masters degree at Southern Connecticut State University. Danielle's interests include early language development, motor speech disorders, and auditory processing. Danielle is at KMS full time.
Rachelle Mauer, M.S., CCC-SLP
Rachelle completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at University of Massachusetts and masters of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Emerson College. Her clinical interests include language development, pragmatic language impairments, autism, stuttering, and feeding/swallowing. Rachelle sees students at KMS on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, and at KCS on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Laura Gencarella, M.S., CF-SLP
Laura completed her Communication Sciences and Disorders undergraduate degree at East Carolina University and her masters degree at Southern Connecticut State University. Laura's clinical interests including language learning and literacy as well as many other communication-based disorders that impact middle to high school students. She is currently completing her clinical fellowship. Laura sees students at KIS on Tuesday through Friday, and KHS on Mondays.
A major role in the development of your child’s speech and language is played by you, the parent. Daily home activities can provide numerous opportunities foryou and your child to improve his or her speech and language skills.
Since communication skills are so important forsuccess in school, every child can benefit from their continued development.