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Amanda Seligman, MA, CCC-SLP

Instructor


Amanda Seligman, M.A. CCC-SLP, joined the University of Colorado School of Medicine from 2008-2013, and then returned again in August 2017 as an Instructor after leaving to work in the Sie Center for Down Syndrome at the Children’s Hospital Colorado and for Sewall Child Development Center.  She is a speech language pathologist who currently provides clinical services at the Rise School of Denver and on the ENRICH Early Intervention team.  She has been involved in providing developmental assessments and treatment for children with a wide range of pediatric speech and language disorders since 2008.  Her clinical interests include family centered intervention, transdisciplinary teaming, early intervention, autism spectrum disorders, down syndrome, apraxia of speech, and augmentative and alternative communication.  Ms. Seligman has training in PROMPT, Early Start Denver Model, picture exchange communication system, and is certified to teach Hanen It Takes two to Talk and Hanen More than Words.  She has presented workshops and trainings related to communication development and intervention at conferences and community organizations as well as provided lectures on assessment and intervention for children with autism and developmental disabilities during Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) graduate courses. 

Mailing Address:

University of Colorado
School of Medicine
JFK Partners
13121 E. 17th Ave., C234
Aurora, CO 80045