At Language & Literacy Academy for Learning, our free therapy services are the best in the region for students with special needs. Our therapy service providers are able to support our students’ health conditions, environmental, and personal factors more effectively because we specialize in them.
Our in-house therapists are dedicated to supporting our students and helping them to overcome the functional limitations or health conditions that might prevent them from reaching their highest levels of academic success.
As we prepare for the new school year, we want to introduce you to some members of our therapy team. In today’s Therapist Spotlight, meet Speech-Language Pathology Assistant, Sebrina Randolph!
Tell us a little about yourself and your background.
I graduated from the University of South Florida in 2016 with a Bachelors in Communication and Science Disorders. I have gained experience with treating various articulation and language impairments with students in the public schools grades pre k through fifth grade. I am greatly humbled for the opportunity to grow my knowledge in the field of Speech and Language and build new relationships with the students at Language & Literacy Academy.
What inspired you to become a speech therapist?
The ability to make a difference in children or adults lives, whether it is to gain confidence while speaking, restore their cognitive functioning or improve their social skills.
What is your favorite thing about being a Speech-Language therapist?
My favorite thing about being a speech-language therapist is seeing the growth in the students and being able to make learning fun.
Who is your personal hero?
My mother – I’ve seen her come out on top as she’s faced life struggles throughout the years. She’s always positive, supportive and has a good heart.
What do you like to do for fun?
I enjoy spending time with my family, going to the beach, working out, gardening, shopping and anything sports-related.
Be sure to check out our other Therapist Spotlights.