Lorraine Maida MA CCC-SLP
Lorraine Maida, MA CCC-SLP has worked in the educational field for over 30 years. Her experience spans a broad range of roles including Speech Pathologist, special education teacher, administrator, university instructor and educational consultant. She has worked with students and developed programming for all ages and abilities.
Lorraine has been invited to provide hundreds of training opportunities at local, state and national venues related to provision of educational services in schools. She is currently working as a public school SLP, a seminar provider and education consultant. She is also adjunct faculty for Central Washington University and a guest lecturer in the Department of Communication Disorders at the University of Washington.
She has written a handbook titled “Response to Intervention and the Role of the SLP” published by The Bureau of Education and Research.
Visual Supports for Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder and Those With Similar Learning Challenges
Response To Intervention, Multitier Systems of Support, Common Standards and the Role of the SLP
Sing Me A Story: Developing Oral Narrative Skills through Storytelling, Puppetry, Music and Movement