Daisy Kaloshi, MS CFY-SLP
Daisy received her Bachelor of Arts in Social and Behavioral Sciences with a minor in Social Work from Seton Hall University. She then received her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Seton Hall University. She first started with CSS as a Camp PAL intern and shortly after as an administrative intern, which immensely increased her interest and solidified her passion for speech-language pathology.
Daisy has provided speech and language services across the lifespan in a variety of settings. Her clinical experience includes working in an elementary and specialized school where she provided whole-class language lessons, participated in Individualized Education Planning meetings (IEP), and collaborated with other school staff and professionals to develop personalized treatment plans. She has treated and executed speech and language treatments for students with various diagnoses including articulation/phonological disorders, expressive/receptive, and pragmatic language disorders. Daisy has knowledge and hands-on experience working with low-tech and high-tech Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) devices. Additionally, she has experience working with the geriatric population in post-acute care and gained experience evaluating and treating patients with cognitive-communication disorders, dysphagia, dysarthria, and other neurological deficits.
Daisy is a big advocate for her clients and their families and is motivated to provide the highest level of care and support. She believes that interprofessional collaboration, counseling, and education to clients and families are essential in providing functional and meaningful care.
Daisy loves spending time with her family & friends and also traveling. She is thrilled to be part of the CSS staff!