DHSc Advanced Research and Administration; MS, CCC-SLP
Mark received his Doctorate of Health Sciences in Advanced Research and Administration and Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology, with a concentration in Gerontology, at East Stroudsburg University. Mark has been trained and certified in many aspects of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), early language learning, and underlying cognitive deficits impacting speech and language skills. He believes that a team-based approach is the most effective way to facilitate progress and carryover of skills into activities of daily living. Mark enjoys providing therapy for individuals of all ages and backgrounds.