Danielle Cupryk-Novascone, M.A. CCC-SLP

Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders changing lives since 1996

Speech-language therapy can address specific skills to help improve a client’s overall communication. Speech-language therapy may be beneficial for individuals who have difficulty with: comprehending information, following directions, grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, self-expression, articulating speech sounds, and/or social interaction skills.

Danielle Cupryk-Novascone, M.A. CCC-SLP

Danielle Cupryk-Novascone, M.A. CCC-SLP

Background

Masters of Speech-Language Pathology, Registered, Licensed

Danielle attended Kansas State University where she graduated with honors with her bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders. She then earned her master’s degree in speech-language pathology at the University of Kansas. Danielle has spent the last ten years working for a local school district where she provided speech-language services to children ranging in age from pre-K through 12th grade. In 2011, she was awarded “Master Teacher of the year” from her school building for her work in special education. Danielle is a licensed speech-language pathologist with experience providing therapy to children with speech-language delays, learning disabilities, Autism, social skills deficits, cognitive impairments, developmental delays and ADHD.

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