Dr. Sandra Savinelli
Sandra Savinelli received her doctoral degree in speech-language pathology from Nova Southeastern University in 2001. She is a Florida-licensed speech-language pathologist and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Dr. Savinelli served as a Coordinator for the Autism Consortium and Coordinator of Therapeutic Services at the Mailman Segal Institute for Early Childhood Studies and Nova Southeastern University.
Dr. Sandra Savinelli was the Coordinator of Doctoral Studies for the speech-language doctoral program through the Fishcler School of Education and Human Services.
Dr. Savinelli has taught several doctoral level courses in speech-language pathology and continues to teach both language and motor-based pediatric courses for the master's degree program.
Dr. Savinelli is certified in Fast ForWord and Interactive Metronome. Dr. Savinelli has attended and trained extensively in PECS, TEAACH, PROMPT, ADOS, Floor-time and SCERTS. She has served an array of clinical populations, spanning the age range, concentrating on functional communication in the area of autism, language development and disorders, augmentative and alternative communication, and preterm infant development for speech, language, and feeding.
Dr. Savinelli opened SS, Inc. in 2007 as part Therapeutic Connections. The focus of SS, Inc. was to provide quality individual speech-language assessment and intervention to young children faced with a variety of communication deficits.