Alicia Yimoyines Martinez

By AASLMarch 3rd

Guiding Alicia's therapy is the commitment to establish trusting and open relationships with both clients and their families, bridging the gap from the therapy room into the home and community.

Brieann Yimoyines Papp

By AASLMarch 1st

Brieann feels it is especially important to teach the necessary life skills to foster personal growth and independence for their clients to subsequently live, work, and become part of their own community.

Abby Casaccia

By AASLJune 20th

Abby is passionate about early intervention and play-based therapy. She values the importance of collaboration with parents and other professionals in order to provide children with functional therapy that promotes generalization across all environments.

Aleksasha Wannemacher

By AASLJune 2nd

Aleksasha attended William Paterson University of New Jersey (WPUNJ) where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Disorders and Sciences. She then continued her education at WPUNJ and earned a Master of Science (M.S.) in Speech-Language Pathology. She is thrilled to be a part of the All About Speech & Language team as a part-time therapist. She loves working with children of all ages, from little ones on up!

AnnMarie Giglio

By AASLSeptember 11th

AnnMarie attended the University of South Florida and graduated magna cum laude with her Bachelor's of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She engaged in and presented her research regarding "Trauma’s Impact on Language and the Role of the Speech Language Pathologist"....

Ashley Bassett

By AASLMarch 20th

Ashley is a pediatric occupational therapist on a mission to nurture and empower children and families. Her journey in this field began with a deep-rooted passion for helping others, fueled by experiences that shaped her path.

Baylee Skjefte

By AASLFebruary 9th

Baylee is committed to helping children gain independence in meaningful daily roles, including their ability to learn new skills, foster autonomy in self-care and academics, and interact within their community and across environments.

Brittany Ferrera

By AASLAugust 9th

Brittany graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a Certificate in Language Development and Disorders. Following graduation, Brittany spent nine months volunteering at Tampa General Hospital within the Speech-Language Pathology department to optimize her hands-on experience before attending graduate school.

Brittany McKay

By AASLMarch 3rd

Brittany believes that every child is unique and tailors therapy to create individualized plans in order to meet that child’s needs so that he or she can become successful as growing members of the community.

Courtney Holzwarth

By AASLJuly 26th

ourtney graduated with her Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) from the University of Pittsburgh. She received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. After graduating, Courtney moved to the sunshine state to be closer to her brother, sister-in-law, and nephew. Courtney enjoys working with families to develop a child and family-centered plan to help their child reach their highest potential and gain skills for everyday life. She believes collaboration with all disciplines produces the best results!