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A passionate clinician, executive director, and entrepreneur with keen strategic and intellectual ability evidenced in professional accomplishments, clinical staff mentoring, and advising and teaching students, professionals, and parents across the country. Landria has the opportunity every day to work and live in her purpose by working and training people with special needs and their families. Landria is described as a dynamic, informative, energetic, and captivating speaker. She is a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist with specialties in autism, assistive technology, behavior, and communication. As the granddaughter of a woman who’s communication abilities were cut short by a massive stroke, she understands first hand the impact of impairment on the family. Landria is currently the owner and Executive Director of SLC Therapy, a private therapy firm located in Connecticut and Michigan focused on Empowering Families and Expanding Independence. Through her leadership at SLC Therapy, Landria has created dynamic and innovative programs for families that include Flourish!, a center based educational program for learners with autism, and the use of videoconferencing (Teletherapy) technology to provide families access to therapy service. In addition, Landria is focused on empowerment through partnerships with organizations to enhance community services. Landria is the creator of The Empowered Parent, a parent e-magazine focused on support for families of people with special needs. Landria was recently selected as a professional expert on a documentary focused on Autism in the African-American Community. Landria is the author of the social curriculum Keep the Conversation Going, which focuses on social cognition, conversation fluency, and social skills. Education B.S. Speech and Hearing Science University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign M.A. Speech Language Pathology Northwestern University Certified Speech Language Pathologist American Speech Language Hearing Association DIR Level 1 Practitioner Certification: Compton P-ESL Certificate: ADOS Training, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor PROMPT-Introduction Verbal Behavior, Dr. Vincent Carbone Achievements 40 Under 40 Business Professionals in Fairfield County 2009 Someone You Should Know Award, Bridgeport Black Pride 2007 People’s Bank Community Award 2006
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2009 Westchester/Fairfield Walk Now for Autism
Sunday, June 7, 2009
Manhattanville College, Purchase NY
Register Your 2009 Walk Team Today
The 2009 Westchester/Fairfield Walk Now for Autism fundraising website is now open. Many improvements have been made and one of its best features for 2009 is the ability to enter your 2008 username and password and your information will auto-populate into the 2009 website including last year's address book!
To register your team for the 2009 Westchester/Fairfield Walk Now for Autism please visit
Vote Now - We need your help!
Please take a minute to register online at www.autismvotes.org to receive advocacy alerts and updates on legislation initiatives related to autism. When an important initiative such as insurance coverage for autism services is introduced or being voted on in New York or Connecticut, you'll be one of the first to know so you can take action!
2009 Westchester/Fairfield Walk Now for Autism Committee
Have you considered being a part of the 2009 Walk Now for Autism Committee? Did you enjoy your experience at last year’s Walk for Autism? Do you have ideas on how to increase fundraising, food donations or fun at the Kick-off? We are looking to add new Committee Members in 2009 and grow this Walk to its fullest potential. For more information about being a part of the committee contact our local Autism Speaks office at (914) 934-5138 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Family Services School Community Tool Kit
We need your help to make sure that your school administrators know about the new School Community Tool Kit. It is designed to help school administrators talk with their staff about how students with autism can best be supported and included in the school community. The Kit includes content about the features and challenges associated with autism, the strengths possessed by students with autism, and a host of tools and strategies teachers, administrators, and other staff can use to foster an accepting learning environment. The School Community Tool Kit is available at www.autismspeaks.org/school.
Participate In Online Parent Study
This study is designed to gather information about the perceptions and experiences of parents and caregivers, with a specific interest in their levels of satisfaction with regards to their child's pediatrician. This study will make it possible to define the factors that are associated with increased satisfaction with pediatricians and identify regional differences in knowledge, actions, care or support by pediatricians. We hope that the responses to this survey will provide a better understanding of ways that pediatricians can better serve parents and their children that have been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
To participate in this study hosted by Vanderbilt University please visit http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/?p=WEB22829QZ4VHU