Nicole Lilienthal, M.S., CCC-SLP

Nicole Lilienthal, M.S., CCC-SLP
Nicole Lilienthal, M.S., CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist, certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and licensed in the state of Florida.

Ms. Lilienthal is a private practitioner in South Florida; specializing in the areas of augmentative-alternative communication (AAC) , autism , developmental disabilities, dysarthria and apraxia of speech.

Ms. Lilienthal graduated from The Florida State University with a Master of Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology in 1999.

Ms. Lilienthal completed a post-graduate fellowship program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham's Sparks Clinics where she received extensive training in the area of augmentative-alternative communication.

Moving to South Florida in 2000, she provided speech-language and augmentative-alternative communication services for the Baudhuin Preschool for children with autism at the Mailman Segal Institute for Childhood Studies, Nova Southeastern University for four years.

During the same four year period, Ms. Lilienthal provided augmentative-alternative communication and assistive technology related services for children and adults with developmental disabilities residing at the Ann Storck Center group homes and intermediate care facilities (ICF).

Ms. Lilienthal has owned and operated a private speech-language pathology practice in Fort Lauderdale for the past six years. In January 2010, Ms. Lilienthal began working as an adjunct clinical supervisor at Nova Southeastern University where she supervises graduate students in the area of augmentative-alternative communication.

Additionally, Ms. Lilienthal continues to provide communication and assistive technology related services to the residents of the Ann Storck Center.



Mission Statement:



My goal is to provide high quality therapeutic services for individuals with complex communication needs. I achieve this goal by training and actively involving caregivers in the treatment process so that you feel competent implementing therapeutic strategies yourself.

The goal for this website is to provide you with information to build your understanding of how to improve the communication skills of individuals with developmental disabilities including individuals with complex communication needs.

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