Speech Language Pathologist
Veronica received a Bachelor’s in Early Childhood Education from Florida International University and later earned a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology with Medical Emphasis from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.
Throughout her career, she worked with diverse populations, from pediatrics to adults, in outpatient, acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, assisted living/long-term care, and memory care settings. She is committed to providing personalized and compassionate care, tailoring her services to meet each individual’s unique needs and goals. Her role as a facilitator in this process guides her therapeutic approach to empower individuals to communicate with confidence, independence, and dignity.
Veronica is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and contributes to the special interest groups of Voice and Upper Airway and Swallowing Disorders. She presented her research study at the 2022 ASHA Convention, which aimed to learn more about healthy community-dwelling seniors and potential factors associated with unidentified swallowing limitations in relation to cognition, swallowing, and physical function. Her clinical and research interests include the effectiveness of respiratory muscle strength training (RMST), application of myofascial release, and management of voice and swallow post-thyroidectomy.