My name is Robin Kahn.  I am a speech-language pathologist with over twenty-five years of experience across a variety of settings and across the lifespan.  My work experience has included the following settings: schools, hospital based outpatient clinics,  acute care hospital inpatient rehabilitation unit, group homes  for adults who are developmentally disabled, home based therapy with adults, infants and toddlers .  Most recently, my work has been with the under one to preschool age group and the caregivers of the children.  I provide therapy as well as evaluations.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             With an understanding that home may not always be the best setting for some families, I can offer you the opportunity to come and meet me outside, in new york city (Manhattan).   You can see a write-up of me in the may edition of NEWS line  @ www.NEWS-line.com.  I have also been a guest on tweet-chat sponsored by www.coffeklatch.com related to issues around the work of speech-language pathologists both in August and September 2011.

Helping parents and caregivers to understand the nature of a language delay– understanding or expression of speech, a learning disability or an oral-motor weakness that may impact on both speech and swallowing is critical to a child’s development and the well-being of the family unit. Caregivers and parents ask me “what can I do?  I am here to help you figure out these answers.

Looking forward to getting to know all of you!

Robin Sue Kahn, MS, CCC/SLP


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