Hannah was a scholar-athlete at Bloomsburg University where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology with a minor in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Studies. In 2016, she received a Master’s Degree, with honors, in Speech Language Pathology from Monmouth University and subsequently earned a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Hannah has experience working with children through Early Intervention and the outpatient setting. Her pervasive philosophy for each treatment session is to provide the building blocks necessary to enable the child to engage in their highest level of functional communication skills. Hannah believes in integrating sensory approaches within speech and language therapy sessions to improve the child’s self regulation and communication. She has a passion for working with autistic individuals and uses neurodiversity affirming approaches to afford them the ability to self-advocate and engage using a total communication approach including, but not limited to, AAC, sign language, and gestures. Hannah is currently working with a developmental pediatrician and has specialized training in administration of the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2). In 2022, she was honored with a PCRAFT award and will continue to strive to incorporate the values of St. Luke’s University Health Network throughout her therapy sessions.