Sound Start Babies - Staff

If babies with hearing loss don’t receive therapy during the most critical years of brain development—birth to age 3—this can cause irreversible delays in speech and learning. Early intervention therapies from Sound Start Babies help babies learn to listen, speak and communicate so they can lead a limitless life.

Program Coordinators

Lorraine Solimine, AuD, CCC/A Pediatric Audiologist

Kayley Mayer, M.A.T., TOD; P-3 Early Childhood Certification; Certified in Elementary Education, K-5, and Deaf Education (Signed Communication and Auditory Oral Communication); BA in Psychology

Speech and Language Pathologists

Alana D'Alessandro, M.A. CCC-SLP

Kimberly Reis, M.S. CCC-SLP

Liz Davidek, M.A. CFY-SLP

Teachers of the Deaf

Kaitlin Stahl, TOD, M.A.T., LSLS Cert AVEd, Certified in Elementary Education, K-5, and Deaf Education (Auditory Oral Communication); BA in Sociology

Caroline McDermott, M.A.T., TOD Certified in Elementary Education, K-6, and Deaf Education (Signed Communication and Auditory Oral Communication)

Jennifer Nieglos, M.A.T., TOD Certified in Elementary Education, K-5, and Deaf Education (Signed Communication and Auditory Oral Communication)

Occupational Therapy

Amy Smith, MA, OTR/L

Physical Therapy

Charlotte E. Kalb, PT; Pediatric Physical Therapist; Certified Neurodevelopmental Therapist

Kim Lappe, PT; Pediatric Physical Therapist

Heather Long, PT, DPT

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