Brittany Squeri



Speech Pathology Clinical Fellow


Brittany Squeri

109 Roebling Street, #3L

Brooklyn, NY 11211

(631) 355-9574


New York University New York, NY

Master of Science in Communicative Sciences & Disorders Expected: August 2018

Current GPA: 3.9

New York University New York, NY

Bachelor of Science in Communicative Sciences & Disorders May 2016

Dean’s List


Mount Sinai Hospital June 2018 – Present

Graduate Clinician New York, NY

• Evaluate and treat patients who are admitted to the in-patient rehabilitation program
• Managed caseload containing a variety of populations and etiologies such as TBI, Spinal Cord Injury & CVA
• Analyze evaluation and treatment session results to continue an appropriate plan of care
• Document all patient interactions and progress within the EPIC system
• Collaborates with rehabilitation medicine team to determine a plan of care and intervention for each patient
• Assist in conduction, interpretation, and documentation of MBS studies in collaboration with Radiology

William O’Connor Bay Ridge School January 2018 – May 2018

Graduate Clinician New York, NY

• Managed caseload of 14 students between the ages of 3 and 5 years old with ASD, pragmatic disorders, and expressive/receptive language disorder/delay
• Collaborated with other clinicians and professionals (OT, Teacher, Psychologist) in the school to establish and maintain an appropriate treatment plan for each child
• Conducted individual and group treatment sessions
• Implemented use of low and high tech AAC devices to promote language and successful communication

New York University Speech Language and Hearing Clinic January 2017 – December 2017

Student Clinician New York, NY

• Conducted and interpreted hearing screenings and audiological evaluations; including pure tone audiometry, speech testing, and tympanometry
• Collaborated with fellow graduate students, clients, caregivers and supervisors to treat and assess a variety of populations
• Carried out individualized treatment for variety of clients, as both a student clinician and in collaboration with other graduate students during a pre-clinical apprenticeship program
• Administered comprehensive speech and language evaluations on adult and pediatric populations
• Implemented thematic based learning in personalized and client centered treatment
• Mentored fellow graduate students within the practicum sequence
• Developed knowledge and skills for assessment and treatment with guidance and instruction from supervisors

ArchCare at Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center May 2017 – August 2017

Student Clinician New York, NY

• Implemented assessments and treatment to individuals and groups to promote functional communication in individuals with Huntington’s Disease (HD)
• Conducted therapeutic feedings for HD patients with oral and pharyngeal dysphagia in order to evaluate the safety and efficiency of their swallowing functions
• Collaborated with clients and caregivers to develop personalized low tech AAC devices

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