Speech Language Pathologist

Sydney Winner, M.A., CCC-SLP

Sydney Winner, M.A., CCC-SLP is a Nationally Certified and Credentialed Speech Language Pathologist. Sydney received her Bachelors degree in Psychology in 2014 from the University of Central Florida with a minor in Speech Language Pathology. From there, she worked in the field as a SLP Assistant for many years. Sydney received her Masters in Speech Language Pathology in 2019 and has worked in various settings throughout her career. Some of her past experiences include private practice, early intervention, pediatric and adult outpatient rehabilitation, public and charter school settings, as well as adult/geriatric SNF settings. Sydney has been working with both adults and children in the Teletherapy setting starting in 2020. Sydney's specialties include early intervention, expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, social-pragmatic disorders, and ASD.

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Specialties

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Ages

Elementary School

Languages

English

About

Sydney

What was your path to becoming a provider?

I have been working in the field of Speech Language Pathology since 2014. I started out working as a Speech Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) for many years and loved getting to be out in the community working with families. I decided to go back to get my Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology and have been working as an ASHA certified CCC-SLP since 2019.

Why are you passionate about helping students with learning differences?

I am passionate about making a difference. I love to help make an impact and see the change that we are making to the lives of student's and their families. I love seeing students gain confidence in themselves both when interacting in the classroom and when talking with friends, family, and peers.

What advice would you give to a family who is on the fence about signing up for a learning assessment (or counseling/therapy)?

I would advise families that are unsure about getting support to give it a try and be open minded about the process. I have met many patients who were initially very hesitant that ended up loving Telehealth services and that were extremely successful with it.

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