She brings to the Center many years of experience with both children and adults. Her career began in the California school system where she had classrooms for severely language disordered children as well as the emotionally disturbed. She was selected as a Mentor Teacher and her Intervention Program Classroom became a model for the state.
She moved to Florida in 1989 and opened CSLTC Inc. in 1990. Since that time she has been providing excellent speech, language and swallow services to clients of all ages in a wide variety of settings; including home based, hospital based and office based therapy.
She is a member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association, ACE award; Florida Speech Language and Hearing Association and the local Nu Voice Club. She has also served on the Advisory Councils for many local Home Health Agencies and has provided workshops and in-services for Martin County Schools, private schools and Home Health Agencies.
She is friendly and approachable and finds great joy and satisfaction in her service to the community as a speech language pathologist.
When not working, Rebecca enjoys being outdoors, reading and spending time with her husband and cat. She is loving sunny Florida and cannot wait to explore all that it has to offer. She is excited to join the staff at the Center for Speech and Language and looks forward to meeting you!
While in graduate school, Jenevieve completed a research study which explored the implications of oral care on aspiration pneumonia in patients in a regional hospital. She is also certified in the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment program. Jenevieve is now a clinical fellow here at the Center for Speech and Language.