Early language development in infants and children, children with articulation/phonological disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, language-based learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and pediatric feeding issues. Ms. Benoit also enjoys working with the adult population, treating patients with aphasia, cognitive-linguistic deficits, and other neurological and swallowing disorders.
Ms. Benoit is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and a Massachusetts-licensed speech/language pathologist who has been practicing since 2003. She graduated from Worcester State University in 2002 where she earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees. Ms. Benoit has extensive experience working with children of all ages, as well as adults. She has provided speech and language therapy in a variety of settings, including private practice, hospital inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative settings, nursing homes, and home care. Ms. Benoit helped to establish and facilitate a stroke support group at Brigham and Woman’s Faulkner Hospital in 2009. Her postgraduate training includes modified barium swallow studies, AEIOU Systematic Approach in Pediatric Feeding, and Wilson Reading System Introductory Workshop.