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Kathleen Reilly, CCC-SLP


Overview

Programs + Specialties
Training + Education Sargent College of Rehabilitation Sciences, Boston University; Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, University of California, Irvine
Board Certifications American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), Massachusetts State Licensure, Massachusetts Department of Education
NPI # 1215010350
Gender Female

Locations + Directions

Floating Hospital for Children
800 Washington St.
Boston, MA 02111
Fax #: 617-636-5261
Phone #: 617-636-8100

Publications + National Presentations

Presentations:
1. Reilly, Kathleen & von Hahn, Erik, May 2016: Diagnosing and Treatment of Pragmatic Language Impairments in School Settings. Training workshop created for the East Montréal School Board, Canada.

2. Reilly, Kathleen & Levy, Sheryl, November 2015: Diagnosing Social Communication Disorder Inter-professionally. American Speech Language Hearing Association, Denver, CO.

3. Reilly, Kathleen & Choueiri, Roula, November 2013: A Collaborative Model of Team Assessment and Planning for Toddlers and Younger Children with ASD. American Speech Language Hearing Association, Chicago, IL.

Biography

Kathleen Reilly, CCC-SLP is a bilingual speech pathologist and clinical instructor with subspecialty interests in autism, social communication disorders and interdisciplinary assessment practices. She received her speech-language pathology degree from Boston University's Sargent College (College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences) in 1986, and later a second degree in Applied Linguistics in 2012. Ms. Reilly maintains Massachusetts State and Educator licenses to practice Communication Disorders in both hospital and school settings. She is also certified in ADOS-2 administration.

Over the years, Ms. Reilly has worked in Los Angeles and Miami in school-based and university settings, learning Spanish and growing interested in the bilingual and bicultural aspects of language disorders. Since 2006, she has been a Clinical Faculty Instructor and diagnostician at Tufts Medical Center. In 2015, she joined as adjunct faculty at Northeastern University, Bouvé College, Speech Language and Hearing Clinic, teaching diagnostics and child language disorders courses. She has presented nationally and internationally.