Nicole Antoniotti, M.S.,CFY-SLP
Nicole Antoniotti received her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences while pursuing a minor in Psychology of Children with Exceptionalities at SUNY Cortland. She earned a Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Adelphi University.

Nicole has experience in both clinical and educational settings. She has had the opportunity to provide therapy to Early Intervention, pre-school, and school-age populations with a range of diagnoses, including receptive and expressive language delays, pragmatic language disorders, articulation disorders, learning disabilities, cognitive delays, and autism spectrum disorders. Nicole has implemented individualized speech-language therapy for children with developmental disabilities using various treatment methods, as well as AAC devices. Nicole has worked as a case coordinator while working alongside multidisciplinary team members to collaboratively assess and monitor each child’s progress throughout therapy. She has attended and contributed to Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) and Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings. Nicole has received Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Module 1 certification and finds it beneficial to incorporate ABA techniques into therapy sessions.

Nicole has worked as an Academic Coach at Adelphi University. Her role consisted of providing academic, social, and vocational support services to college students with nonverbal learning and neurosocial disorders, including autism spectrum disorder. She assisted in the development of individualized treatment plans and met individually with students to assist them with improvement of executive functioning skills (e.g., scheduling, time management, self-care, organization).

Nicole is passionate about her rewarding career as a speech-language pathologist. She believes in the importance of working as a team to help children succeed; therefore, she enjoys consulting and learning from other therapists. She is committed to growing as a therapist and regularly attends continuing education programs and workshops. Nicole treats each child as an individual and modifies her therapy techniques to meet the particular needs of each child. She takes the time to integrate creative and motivating activities and methods into her therapy sessions. Nicole believes it is important to educate and incorporate family members throughout the treatment process. She loves making a positive difference in the lives of children by providing them with the necessary skills and motivation to reach their fullest potential.

Nicole is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensed to practice in the state of New Jersey. She is also certified by the New Jersey Department of Education as a Speech-Language Specialist.

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