Letitia A. Stanton-Aicher, MS, CCC-SLP is a licensed bilingual speech-language pathologist and member of ASHA (American Speech-Language and Hearing Association). She attended James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in both Spanish and Speech-Language Pathology. Letitia received her Master of Science in Communication Disorders at the Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania. As well, she has studied at the Universidad de Salamanca (Spain) and worked as a speech-language pathologist in Italy for eight years.
Since receiving her degree in 1995, Letitia has worked with clients from ages five days old to 103 years old in a variety of settings, which have included a subacute care facility, skilled nursing facilities, public schools, early intervention, outpatient pediatrics, cleft palate clinic, and hospitals. She has experience working with a wide variety of diagnoses including Autism, cerebral palsy, CVA (stroke), TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), Trach-Vent dependence, laryngectomy, dysfluency (stuttering), developmental delays, among many others. In addition,
Letitia has enjoyed the opportunity to provide services in Spanish, Italian, and English, as well as Accent Reduction/Modification.