"working with small miracles everyday..."
She’s our new Community Liaison intern. Leslie is a third year student at TWU studying Communication Sciences and Disorders. She chose this career path because she wants to help children learn how to better communicate with others. She sees value and reward in being able to educate, empower and succeed with the child and the parent. Leslie’s 5 year plan is to graduate college with her bachelors in Communications Science and Disorders and become a SLPA for Preston Wood. While she is working as an SLPA at PWP, she will enroll in a masters program to become a Speech Language Pathologist. Leslie lives by the following quote: “Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” -Albert Einstein
He’s our new Community Liaison Intern. Serafin is a second year student at Savannah College of Art and Design. He wants to be a part of an industry that influences how society is perceived and wants to be a leading factor in which he uses his platform to bring about change in society and to also help contribute a new positive influence to the next generation of leaders to come. Serafin’s five year plan is to grow his skills and to step out of his comfort zone in order to reach out for life changing opportunities that can influence his knowledge and career. Serafin sees himself starting his brand while he work with PWP to gain wisdom and the experience in running a business. Serafin lives by the following quote: “Always expect the unexpected and be open to understanding that everything happens for a reason. Experiences can be good or bad, but the point to it all is for you to learn from them and see how you can grow from those life situations.” - Serafin
She’s our new Community Liaison intern. Aracely is a third year student at TWU studying Communication Sciences and Disorders and minoring in Spanish. She chose this career path because she wants to be able to give individuals a voice. According to Aracely, Speech Language Pathology is a rewarding career because we make an impacting difference in people’s lives. Communication is a key component of life and it requires an empathetic and patient person who is passionate in what they are doing. Aracely’s 5 year plan is to work as an SLPA and enrolled in a Speech Language Pathology Master’s Program. Aracely lives by the following quote: “Everything you want is outside of your comfort zone.”
Kailee recently graduated from the PTA program at Weatherford College. She chose this career path because she loves helping individuals progress to their maximal potential to live out daily life. Kailee’s favorite therapy treatment is providing fun activities for the child that incorporates gross motor skills to help them become more independent. Kailee lives by the following quote "Obstacles are those things you see when you take your eyes off the goal." -Henry Ford
Anissa recently graduated and has only been an SLPA for a few months. She was studying nursing and had a chance to observe an SLP while in nursing school. Anissa then, went home that day and researched the field and fell in love and eventually decided to make the switch! Anissa’s favorite therapy treatment is articulation, social cognition and using the “Social Thinking!” curriculum. Anissa lives by the following quote “Everything happens for a reason.”
Meet our Hero at Home— LaQia Strawther. LaQia is an advocates for her children and supports them every step of the way. To her chidlren-- she is mom, educator, therapist, and so much more. LaQia happily takes on many titles to make sure her kids are getting the best care that they deserve. LaQia maintians a full time job and takes college courses all while managing to be the best mother. She is hardworking and never gives up on her goals.
Please help us congratulate our Hero at Home, LaQia Strawther!
Meet our Hero at Home— Zulema Carrillo. She is a mother to Kriztian and Nilmon. Zulema is the definition of our Heroes at Home highlight. She advocates for her children and supports them every step of the way. Zulema is not only a mother but she is her children’s educator, therapist, and best friend. Zulema happily takes on many titles to make sure her kids are getting the best care that they deserve. She is resilient, hard working, and passionate. Zulema has always worked a full time job and taken college courses all while managing to be the best mother. She leads by example and provides a safe environment for all of her children.Please help us congratulate our Hero at Home, Zulema Carrillo!
Meet our Hero at Home— Maria Alavarez. She is the mother of Adrian and Diego Montenegro. Maria Alavarez goes above and beyond for her two boys. Adrian and Diego’s happiness radiates through their daily smiles and laughter. Maria has done a fantastic job being their mother, educator, therapist, and even their nurse when needed. Maria takes on many titles with pride and is the prime example of being #heroesathome. Please help us congratulate Maria!
Meet our Hero at Home— Bria Lacy. She is the mother of Montrell Johnson. Bria is an excellent example of Heroes at Home. She is the biggest advocate for her son and his success. Bria is not only a mother but she is Montrell's educator, therapist, and much more. Bria happily takes on many titles to make sure her son is getting the prime care that he deserves. Please help us congratulate our Hero at Home, Bria Lacy!
Meet our Hero at Home— Susana Lucio. She is the mother of Kimberly Lucio. Susana is not only Kimberly's mother, she is her caretaker, educator, friend, therapist and more. Susana happily takes on many titles without hesitation. She is a strong advocate for her daughter and her needs. According to her therapist, Susana is very creative with her approach to teaching Kimberly. She is very involved and collaborative with therapy and has good insight on what her daughter needs and is passionate about communicating them. It is clear that Susana works very hard caring for her family and their needs. Please help us congratulate our Hero at Home, Susana Lucio!
Meet our Hero at Home—Deanetrias. She is the mother of Deonete West. Deanetrias is an excellent example of Heroes at Home. According to his therapists, Deanetrias is one of the most involved parents--"She asks questions and completes home exercise programs. Has been receiving services for a short while but between the sessions and mom’s carryover of HEP, child is making steady progress towards goals." Deanetrias is not only a mother but she is Deonete's educator, therapist, and much more. Deanetrias happily takes on many titles to make sure her son is getting the best care that he deserves. Please help us congratulate our Hero at Home!
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